Cody Ross

Cody Ross

Height/Weight: 5' 11"/195 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: L
Born: Portales, New Mexico
Draft: 1999 4th round by the
  • New York Post

    Reggie Jackson claims Bud Selig blocked him from purchasing Oakland A's

    More On: reggie jackson Yankees great felt like 'hood ornament' before leaving franchise Yankees legend reveals to Howard Stern: I was a serial cheater 'I was innocent!': MLB legend honors Queen Elizabeth with 'Naked Gun' joke Rangers-Hurricanes Game 7 means someone will be remembered forever Bud blocked Mr. October. MLB legend Reggie Jackson claimed former commissioner Allan “Bud” Selig blocked his attempt to purchase the Oakland Athletics in the early 2000s. “I absolutely believe that Bud was the guy involved that denied me from getting the team,” Jackson said on “The Howard Stern Show” Wednesday. Jackson discussed his proposed deal that would've changed ownership for the Bay Area team. “In

  • Athletics Nation

    Athletics vs. Rangers Spring Training game thread

    The Oakland Athletics are back in action Thursday evening when they take on the Texas Rangers in Cactus League action. JP Sears will get the start for Oakland while the Rangers will go with lefty Cole Ragans. Sears will be making his fifth appearance of the spring and is still in the mix for a spot in the rotation to start the season.

  • Marin Independent Journal

    SF Giants, Oakland A's among MLB's most profitable teams in 2022: report

    The Giants and the A's didn't provide Bay Area baseball fans much to cheer about on the field last season, but both teams' bottom lines were big winners. Despite missing the playoffs, the Giants turned the second-largest profit in the majors last season ($74.9 million), while the A's were the fifth-most profitable team ($62.2 million) despite losing 100 games for just the second time in Oakland franchise history and ranking dead last among the 30 teams in attendance. MLB values reached record highs – and profits – despite a season that was delayed by a lockout and media rights squabbles. According to the report, the Giants are the fifth-most valuable franchise in the majors at $3.7 billion.