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Mark Mulder says he’s been let go as an A’s broadcaster

Former A’s All-Star Mark Mulder told The Chronicle via text Tuesday night that he will no longer be on the team’s telecasts in 2018. Mulder served as an occasional color analyst for CSN California, [Read entire story]

A’s unveil offices but back to 3 potential stadium sites

As least the Oakland A’s have some nice new digs in which to operate while they go back to the drawing board with their stadium search. After providing a media tour of the A’s day-old offices in Jack [Read entire story]

Stanford’s McPhee enjoys terrific return, but Tennessee prevails

Brittany McPhee was back on the floor for Stanford on Thursday, and at times, it seemed as if the senior guard might be able to will the Cardinal back into the game against seventh-ranked Tennessee. [Read entire story]

Evan Longoria: Everything Giants fans need to know about new third baseman

Evan Longoria, early in his career, was as well known for his “Desperate Housewives”-sounding name as his play. The three-time All-Star third baseman is not related to Eva Longoria, but was heckled a [Read entire story]

Giants acquire Tampa Bay star Evan Longoria

The Giants, unable to swing a deal for Miami’s Giancarlo Stanton this month, struck a deal with Florida’s other team Wednesday, acquiring longtime Tampa Bay third baseman Evan Longoria. “I am [Read entire story]

Tim Lincecum to hold showcase, according to tweet from baseball facility

The elusive Tim Linecum surfaced again briefly on Twitter. Kyle Boddy of Driveline Baseball in Kent, Wash., posted a photo of the former Giants right-hander working out at the facility. [Read entire story]

Giants re-sign catcher Nick Hundley to a one-year deal

The Giants brought back their Willie Mac Award winner Tuesday, re-signing reserve catcher Nick Hundley to a one-year deal worth $2.5 million. “We are glad to welcome Nick back to the Giants,” [Read entire story]

With his mother ailing, Stephen Piscotty comes home in A’s deal with St. Louis

Stephen Piscotty, the newest member of the A’s, loved his time in St. Louis and gets choked up thinking about his memories there. Ultimately, though, he’d rather be near his mother, Gretchen, who was diagnosed with [Read entire story]

A’s nearing trade for Cardinals’ Stephen Piscotty

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The A’s and Cardinals, who had conversations about outfielder Stephen Piscotty throughout the winter meetings, appeared close to reaching an agreement Wednesday night. The [Read entire story]

A’s might move Jed Lowrie this winter after recently picking up infielder’s option

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - When it comes to bargaining chips at the winter meetings, the A’s hold one potentially interesting piece. The A’s first act of the offseason was to pick up Jed Lowrie’s [Read entire story]

Could Clint Frazier now be an A’s target in wake of Stanton deal?

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - The A’s had hoped if Giancarlo Stanton went to the Cardinals that they then might be able to wheedle outfielder Stephen Piscotty away from St. Louis. Stanton went to the [Read entire story]

Stanford men go on late roll to beat Montana

Already without starting guard Marcus Sheffield because of a foot injury, the Stanford men’s basketball team lost another experienced guard, Dorian Pickens, to a similar issue late in the season’s second game. [Read entire story]

A’s Bruce Maxwell pleads not guilty to assault charges

A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct after allegedly waving a gun at a food-delivery person last month, entered a plea of not guilty Tuesday in Phoenix. [Read entire story]

Michael Humphrey takes charge in Stanford’s win over Pacific

Stanford forward Michael Humphrey didn’t score in the team’s opener Friday, so head coach Jarod Haase told the senior that he planned to get him the ball more Sunday against Pacific. Humphrey took [Read entire story]

Meet San Francisco’s new e-sports team, the Shock

San Francisco has a new team. E-sports, which boasts the fastest-growing audience in the country, welcomes the first-ever geographically based video-game league — the brand-new Overwatch League — and [Read entire story]

Texas star Adrian Beltre: ‘I’m a fan’ of A’s Matt Chapman

ARLINGTON, Texas -A projected future Hall of Famer was keeping tabs on A’s rookie third baseman Matt Chapman during the final series of the season. Rangers star Adrian Beltre told The Chronicle that [Read entire story]

Strong start for Daniel Mengden, Khris Davis’ 43rd homer power A’s win

ARLINGTON, Texas: Close the book on the A’s 2017 season, and while you’re at it, pencil Daniel Mengden in for a spot in Oakland’s rotation next spring. Mengden, back from a spate of injuries and [Read entire story]

Sean Manaea wins at Texas, says weight loss affected season

ARLINGTON, Texas — Sean Manaea’s velocity dip was something of a mystery most of the season, but the A’s left-hander said after an excellent final start that dramatic weight loss was probably a factor. [Read entire story]

A’s Sean Manaea expects to make his next start

After a throwing a full bullpen session Monday with no discomfort, Sean Manaea said he believes he’ll be ready to make his next scheduled start. The left-hander, whose turn comes Thursday at Texas, was [Read entire story]

A’s Matt Olson might be done for the season

Matt Olson’s September surge might be the top development of the entire season for the A’s, but the team is likely to be without the rookie first baseman the rest of the way. Olson strained his left [Read entire story]