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7/29/2016 | Hill won't start on Sunday, may head to DL

A's left-hander Rich Hill is making progress with the blister on his left middle finger, just not enough to pitch Sunday in Cleveland. Instead, Sonny Gray will take his regular turn to close out a three-game road series with the Indians, while Oakland mulls whether to place Hill on the disabled list.

7/29/2016 | Tomlin set to square off with A's rookie Overton

The Indians and Athletics will continue a three-game weekend set Saturday at 7:10 p.m. ET, when right-hander Josh Tomlin and left-hander Dillon Overton will square off at Progressive Field.

7/29/2016 | Murphy, Rutherford among top prospect performers Thursday

Tom Murphy is likely hoping July never ends considering the Rockies' No. 11 prospect has raised his batting average over 100 points in 16 games so far this month. And Yankees first-round pick Blake Rutherford is scorching at Pulaski, hitting .429 after back-to-back four-hit games.

7/28/2016 | A's pondering dealing, keeping Hill, Reddick

The A's are suddenly streaking. Having taken two of three from the first-place Rangers in Arlington this week, they've claimed four straight series wins, seemingly emerging as late bloomers just ahead of Monday's non-waiver Trade Deadline at 1 p.m. PT.

7/28/2016 | New faces emerge in A's Top 30 Prospects list

The A's farm system has taken on a different look at the midseason point. Sean Manaea's graduated from MLB Pipeline's Top 100 Prospects list, leaving behind shortstop Franklin Barreto (No.55) and first-round Draft pick A.J. Puk (No. 80) as the team's two representatives.

7/28/2016 | A's continue second-half surge

Having secured their second straight win over the Rangers on Wednesday night by a 6-4 margin, the A's have claimed four consecutive series victories since the All-Star break, going 9-4 in that span.

7/27/2016 | Alford, Urena among top prospect performers Wednesday

A pair of Blue Jays' prospects led the way in a slugfest for Class A Advanced Dunedin on Wednesday.

7/27/2016 | Davis homers twice as A's rally in Texas

Khris Davis and Coco Crisp each belted two-run homers off Rangers reliever Matt Bush in the eighth inning to send the A's to a 6-4 win in the rubber match of a three-game set on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.

7/27/2016 | Overton will start for A's Saturday in Cleveland

The A's plan to bring back left-hander Dillon Overton, ranked by MLB Pipeline as the organization's No. 9 prospect, on Saturday for a start in Cleveland.

7/27/2016 | Young righties Bauer, Graveman face off

The Indians and Athletics will begin a three-game set when a pair of 25-year-old right-handers take the mound Friday night, as Trevor Bauer of Cleveland and Kendall Graveman of Oakland are slated to start at Progressive Field.

7/27/2016 | Good sign as Gray battles through rough spot

Sonny Gray's latest outing, much like his season, was a mixed bag.

7/26/2016 | A's send out Mengden; Hill possibly near return

Daniel Mengden's big league career was put on pause Tuesday, with the A's electing to option the struggling right-hander to Triple-A Nashville.

7/26/2016 | Darvish looks to keep building up vs. A's

Since being reinstated from the 15-day disabled list on July 16, Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish has been striking out opposing hitters at a fierce rate. Through two starts, he's racked up 20 strikeouts.

7/26/2016 | Jimenez among top prospect performers Monday

Cubs No. 4 prospect Eloy Jimenez was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Monday.

7/25/2016 | Madson too reliant on fastball vs. Beltre

Ryan Madson was one out away from what would have been his 22nd save of the season, when Adrian Beltre hit a two-run, walk-off home run Monday.

7/25/2016 | Pipeline preview: Fillmyer set for second Double-A Midland start

Athletics No. 18 prospect Heath Fillmyer looks to turn in a strong outing for Double-A Midland against Frisco at 7:30 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.

7/25/2016 | Still no timetable for Hill's return

The A's are still without a return date for left-hander Rich Hill, whose lingering blister could greatly impact the club's chances of dealing him ahead of the Aug. 1 Trade Deadline.

7/25/2016 | Beltre walk-off home run sinks A's

Adrian Beltre hit two home runs, including a two-run, walk-off home run to help the Rangers rally for a victory over the A's on Monday. Danny Valencia hit a home run and knocked in three runs. Ian Desmond added a home run for the Rangers in the win.

7/25/2016 | Martinez, Gray set to square off at Globe Life Park

Sonny Gray, who has won once since April 22, gets the start on Tuesday as the A's continue their series against the Rangers. Nick Martinez steps into the rotation for his first start since July 4 for the Rangers.

7/24/2016 | Hahn finds groove, flashes confidence in return

Jesse Hahn delivered his strongest start of the season, throwing a season-high 7 2/3 innings in Oakland's 3-2 win over the Rays Sunday.

7/24/2016 | Butler's blast lifts A's past Rays for series win

Billy Butler's solo home run in the eighth proved to be the difference in the A's 3-2 win over the Rays Sunday at the Oakland Coliseum.

7/24/2016 | Crisp scratched from lineup with sore neck

The A's scratched Coco Crisp from Sunday's starting lineup because of neck soreness and had earlier optioned reserve infielder Arismendy Alcantara to Triple-A, leaving them shorthanded ahead of their series finale against the Rays.

7/24/2016 | Perez, Rangers welcome Texas native Mengden, A's

The Rangers are finally returning home to Globe Life Park in Arlington, while the Athletics are beginning a nine-game road trip that includes two series against first-place teams.

7/24/2016 | Healy plays hero as A's stage another stunner

The A's are making a habit of rallying for dramatic wins, and rookie Ryon Healy found himself at the center of yet another walk-off win Sunday night, driving a homer to lift the A's to a 4-3 win over the Rays.

7/23/2016 | A's homer twice, KO Colome, Rays in 9th

Jake Smolinski and Ryon Healy homered in the ninth to hand Alex Colome his first blown save of the season as the A's stunned the Rays with a 4-3 win at the Oakland Coliseum.

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