Kurt Suzuki is headed back to the National League. After three seasons in the American League with the Twins, the former A's backstop has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Braves. The 33-year-old Suzuki was drafted by the A's in the second round of 2004 MLB Draft.
Just four seasons ago, the Oakland Athletics were a 96-win powerhouse coming off back-to-back AL West titles despite a shoestring budget. They were led by Cuban sensation Yoenis Cespedes , catcher-turned-third baseman Josh Donaldson , and a small army of platoon players cast aside by other clubs. Now
Now that the Oakland Athletics have officially signed erstwhile San Francisco Giants closer Santiago Casilla to a multi-year deal, we can tackle the important questions -- like just who will be pitching for the A's during save situations? Turns out nobody can provide an answer yet -- not even A'