Coco Crisp

Oakland Athletics #4 - Center Field

  • Born: 11/01/79
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: S/R
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Athletics 79 277 51 77 17 1 7 32 47 41 16 4 .278 .377 .422

Game 80 Preview: Athletics at Tigers

Rick Porcello will try to pick up his eleventh win of the season against the American League's winningest team when the Tigers take on the Athletics at Comerica Park.

Game 79 Preview: Athletics at Tigers

Anibal Sanchez looks to get revenge after the A's won in come-from-behind fashion back in May.

Diamond Gnotes on Coco Crisp Gnome Day

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After his fast start out of the gate in April with a 1.89 ERA in 6 starts, Jesse Chavez was supposed to have discovered flash-in-the-plan regression-to-the-bleah in May. Was it statistical noise, a...

There's nothing better than hot Coco

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AN Contributor Phil Naessens answers a question about Coco Crisp and suggests three players from the waiver wire for Week 13

Eyeball Scout To Milone: Throw Fastballs Tonight

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Tommy Milone's recent starts against the Rangers have varied in quality, but overall the A's lefty has not had great success. I believe the success the Rangers have had is from a very specific...

It's Fun and Easy to Hate the New York Yankees

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AN contributor Phil Naessens talks about his hatred for the Yankees, his joy at seeing the A's beat them two out of three and much more including a free chance to win $109 bucks.

Game 49 Preview: Tigers at Athletics

Anibal Sanchez and Scott Kazmir face off tonight as the Tigers and A's continue their four game series.

MLB
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Coco Crisp strains neck crashing into wall

Crisp left the game in the bottom of the fourth and is currently day-to-day

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Daily Puig: Crisp walks A's off, takes pie to face

Crisp mercifully ends an extra-inning game with a solo shot, and his reward is pie.

Angels: Catch The No-Name A's

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The A in A's is for ANONYMOUS.

An Interview with Mike Elias (Part 2 of 2)

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Edward S. Garza continues his interview with an engineer of the Astros' future, Mike Elias.

MLB
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Crisp, Ibanez among AL West regression candidates

A couple of star players who are still performing well are also on this list, but they likely won't get hit as hard by regression as Crisp and Ibanez.

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