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The Oakland Athletics the other team in the American League West pecking order keep plugging away under the same tired narrative. When theyre not part of a grievance filed by the Players Association alleging four teams with hoarding revenue-sharing money the As are on a seemingly endless quest for a new ballpark with modern amenities and adequate plumbing. From the Cubs ace not enough people notice to the ALs answer to Nolan Arenado these under-the-radar guys help teams win. Everyone talks about Tampa and Pittsburgh not spending but the bigger issue is that neither of them has been good recently at developing players. 1 Related The As have finished last in the division for three straight seasons and they lack the established starting pitching to make the big leap to contention this season. But an improved farm system and an intriguing crop of young major leaguers give them reason to hope. Its incumbent upon us to put together a team good enough for people to talk about general manager David Forst said. We understand that. But I think the guys on the field play with a little chip on their shoulder because of it. There have been times over the last 20 years that its worked to our advantage to have that. The As have traded away Josh Donaldson Sonny Gray Yoenis Cespedes and blue-collar hero Stephen Vogt in recent years and the players on the 25-man roster wont attract much attention as they pass through hotel lobbies and airport terminals this season. Still a day at Hohokam Stadium reveals a likeable and close-knit group with some compelling storylines. Here are five reasons why this years Athletics are a lot more interesting than people think: Oakland is home to baseballs next great defensive third baseman Matt Chapman grew up in Lake Forest California and played in the same little league with Nolan Arenado. They both went to El Toro High School and played shortstop for the Chargers. When Arenado was a senior Chapman looked on as a sophomore and learned all about the importance of determination and a strong work ethic. Is there something in the Lake Forest water that breeds lockdown third-base defenders? Maybe our infield was so bad in high school it seems easy when were on good fields Chapman said with a laugh. Dont quote me on that. My high school coach might kill me. How much of a force is Chapman in the field? Ryan Christenson Oaklands new bench coach played with six-time Gold Glove Award winner Eric Chavez and says he thinks Chapman is better at the hot corner. An American League evaluator echoes that sentiment ranking Chapman on a par with Arenado and Manny Machado the twin gold standards of third-base defensive excellence. The early numbers bear it out: Last year Chapman contributed a stunning plus-19 defensive runs saved in 84 games with Oakland. Im not saying hes better than those other guys the evaluator said. But he belongs in the conversation. The As also rave about Chapmans leadership skills and it factor. He entered the big league clubhouse on June 15 and seemed comfortable from his first at-bat against the Yankees Jordan Montgomery. Chapman asserted himself during a testy encounter with the Angels in September. Los Angeles catcher Juan Graterol was convinced the Oakland hitters were peeking at his signs or getting signs relayed from second base and he made his displeasure apparent to several hitters. As Chapman settled into the batters box he told Graterol to knock it off earning an ejection from umpire Mike Everitt and instant respect from his teammates. Hes a leader Khris Davis told reporters after the game. Hes a natural at it. He might be a rookie but one day hes going to lead the way. Chapmans success as a hitter will hinge on his ability to tighten up his swing make more consistent contact and hold his own against breaking stuff. He was a .244 hitter in the minors and he batted .234 and struck out 28.2 percent of the time as a rookie. But he gets the ball in the air and his confident demeanor suggests hell address the deficiencies in his game. With every team Ive been on Ive wanted to be a guy that people look at as a leader or say That guy is doing things the right way. I want to be like him Chapman said. I havent dug too much into it. I dont know if theres a specific role where somebody gets a thing on their jersey. But I want to be there for anybody on our team just like Id expect them to be there for me and help us to be the best most successful players we can. And Rhys Hoskins West Or maybe Rhys Hoskins is Matt Olson East and people just dont know it yet. In mid-September the As traveled to Philadelphia for a three-game interleague series. At one point Hoskins reached first base and exchanged salutations with Olson and the two young sluggers shared some thoughts on their late-season power binges. In Stephen Piscotty (No. 25) and Matt Olson the As have one of baseballs most heartwarming stories and one of the games most intriguing power threats.Christian Petersen/Getty Images He was aware of what I was doing and obviously I was aware of what he was doing Olson said. His name was plastered everywhere. We just talked to each other and he asked if I was getting hounded by the media. I was like Uhh honestly no. I feel like nobody knows. It was good. I told him Stay healthy keep it up and good luck the rest of the way. Hoskins went on a riveting run with 11 homers in 79 at-bats in August before Olson topped it with 13 long balls in 79 ABs in September. For the season Olson averaged one homer every 7.88 at-bats the fourth-best ratio ever for a hitter with at least 200 plate appearances. Only Barry Bonds (in 2001) and Mark McGwire (in 1998 and 2000) have surpassed it. By the end of the season Olson had accumulated 24 home runs and 23 singles. Try wrapping your mind around that for a second. Olson grew up in Lilburn Georgia about 40 minutes from Atlanta and he played on the same youth league fields that spawned Clint Frazier Austin Meadows and Lucas Sims. An older brother went to Harvard and Olson was bound for Vanderbilt until the As enticed him to sign with a $1.08 million bonus in the 2012 draft. Like his boyhood favorite Chipper Jones he opted to jump right into the fray as a teen. Olsons setup is a bit unorthodox with his hands held away from his body. But he has made the necessary adjustments to become less vulnerable to hard stuff on the inner half. The next big item on his agenda is improving upon that .184 batting average in 56 MLB plate appearances vs. lefties. The As plan to give Olson as much time as he needs to figure it out. The As are home to the home run trivia answer you never would have guessed Forst and executive VP Billy Beane pulled off a heist in 2016 when they traded minor leaguers Jake Nottingham and Bubba Derby to Milwaukee for Khris Davis a young outfielder who was just coming into his power potential. Last year Davis joined Jimmie Foxx as the second player in Athletics history to record back-to-back 40-homer seasons. Over the past two years his 85 homers are second to Giancarlo Stantons 86 among MLB hitters. You could make a lot of money asking people Who has the second-most home runs in the big leagues behind Stanton? an American League scout said. The power production is doubly impressive because of Davis unimposing physical stature. Hes a compact 5-11 200 pounds and he generates a lot of power with his hips and a strong lower half. He has hit 45 of those 85 homers at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum even though the park is notoriously challenging for sluggers. (Last year when it ranked as the 11th-most generous home run park in the majors was a notable exception). You could make a lot of money asking people Who has the second-most home runs in the big leagues behind Stanton? A major league scout on Khris Davis power production Davis has struck up a bond with his namesake Baltimores Chris Davis who has shared some encouraging words with him during casual conversations at first base. The Orioles Davis has a $161 million contract an All-Star Game appearance and two home run titles in his portfolio. His counterpart in Oakland launches homers with regularity and remains anonymous on the national stage. I get some his and people drop the nickname Crush on me Davis said. Ive been in restaurants in Oakland and people are nice enough to take care of my meal. I truly appreciate the hospitality and the perks like that. It never really happens on the road. You would really have to know baseball to know my face. Davis received a pleasant surprise recently when informed that his No. 1 batter similarity score on Baseball-reference.com is Bo Jackson who was anything but anonymous in his dual-sport career in baseball and the NFL. Thats awesome Davis said. I had his poster when I was a kid. He was an amazing player. They have baseballs most heartwarming family story In December the As traded minor leaguers Yairo Munoz and Max Schrock to St. Louis for outfielder Stephen Piscotty a former first-round draft pick fresh off a down year. Piscottys OPS declined to .708 from .800 the previous season and he hit only nine homers in 401 plate appearances. Piscotty was understandably distracted by family issues back home in Pleasanton California. His mother Gretchen was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in May 2017 and her illness weighed on him from afar. I feel like theres been a big weight kind of lifted off my shoulders Piscotty said. ALS is tough. It moves fast unfortunately especially the one my mom has. It would have been really hard to go into a season knowing I wasnt going to come back for eight months. That was pretty hard to swallow. When the trade happened that was a huge relief. Im gonna be living at home. Well have musical chairs with the rooms with my two younger brothers but yeah theres a room open. And thats where I want to be. At our house right now theres always someone there helping us and I can be one of those people. Thats a great feeling. Theres nothing worse than being far away and wanting to help and you just cant be there. While Forst Beane and Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak were all cognizant of the off-field ramifications the deal made sense for both sides. The Cardinals were comfortable enough with their outfield alignment of Marcell Ozuna Tommy Pham and Dexter Fowler to move Piscotty and Randal Grichuk over the winter. The As who ranked 25th in the majors with a .704 OPS against left-handed pitching a year ago get a young outfielder with on-base ability and a contract that keeps him under club control for an affordable $30.5 million through 2022. The As previously had Piscotty on their radar when he was at Stanford playing ball and working toward his degree in atmosphere and energy engineering. I talked to Stephen right after we made the trade and I said Look this was a baseball trade. We needed a right-handed hitting outfielder and you fit perfectly for us. That said Im thrilled for your family that youre able to come home and your mom is able to see you play Forst said. Piscotty 26 got engaged during the offseason. His fiancée will move into the family home in Pleasanton with him and she has an apartment in San Francisco where he can slip away for what he calls some occasional me time. Piscotty is close enough to home that he has been able to get back to California and see his mom during an off day or two in the Cactus League and the publicity generated by his story has helped raise more than $20000 for the ALS Therapy Development Institute. The stars definitely aligned he said. I felt good about coming out here and joining this young team. I think were going to surprise a lot of people. The Little Big Unit is in camp A.J. Puk wore his hair short as a high schooler in Iowa and at the University of Florida before deciding to let it ride with a long red mullet thats as polarizing as Moneyball. Puk says 50 percent of people like it and the other 50 percent not so much. From his frame to his stuff and that hair A.J. Puk stands out on the mound with every pitch he throws.Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports Its a lot like Bull Durham Forst said. When you win 20 in the show you can wear your hair however you want and people think youre creative. The Athletics have a lot riding on Puk. They selected him with the sixth pick in the 2016 draft and signed him to a $4.07 million bonus before sending him on a developmental jaunt across America. In 157 2/3 innings with the Vermont Lake Monsters Stockton (California) Ports and Midland (Texas) RockHounds Puk has struck out 224 batters. Puk grew up a Jon Lester fan and is accustomed to comparisons with Andrew Miller and Chris Sale tall thin lefties with unorthodox looks. Melvin acknowledged the five-time Cy Young-award winning elephant in the room this spring when he said a lot of things about Puk remind him of Randy Johnson. You cant help but think that Melvin said. There just arent too many guys who look like that. Theyre a little bit closer to you when they deliver the ball. They throw hard the hair the whole bit. We dont want A.J. to feel like he has to live up to a comp like that. He has pretty good stuff though. Melvin who managed Johnson in Arizona in 2007-08 arranged for a one-on-one meeting between the Big Unit and Puk last year. Puk has made significant progress with the help of minor league pitching coordinator Gil Patterson who introduced him to a hybrid stretch-windup delivery that allows him to maintain his release point and throw strikes with all the pitches in his arsenal. I cant imagine its going to be long before hes an option for us Forst said. If and when Puk joins the big club his distinctive name and look could make him a rarity on the Athletics roster: He might attract enough of a following to snag a free meal someplace other than Oakland. Source link The post The Oakland As arent nearly as boring as you think appeared first on Mega English News.