Jeff Fiorentino

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 186
Bat: L
Throw: R
College: Florida Atlantic
Birth Place: Pembroke Pines, Florida
Draft: 2004 3rd round by the
  • A's no match for Red Sox bats, fall short of completing sweep at home
    NBCS Bay Area

    A's no match for Red Sox bats, fall short of completing sweep at home

    OAKLAND -- A five-run ninth inning for the Red Sox that lasted more than a half-hour derailed any chance Eduardo Rodriguez had of getting his first career complete game. Not that the left-hander was complaining. After a bitter loss to Oakland a year ago when he allowed just one hit over eight innings, Rodriguez was more than happy with the way things turned out. Rodriguez earned his second straight win, Mitch Moreland homered in his third consecutive game and Boston beat the Oakland Athletics 12-3 on Sunday to avoid a four-game sweep. "I wanted to go back out there but they hit the ball pretty good in that inning and I know I had to get out of the game," Rodriguez said about the long wait. "I'll

  • Farm Report: Meet Your 2018 Oakland A's!
    Athletics Nation

    Farm Report: Meet Your 2018 Oakland A's!

    With most of the A's top prospects playing at the highest the level of the system for Triple-A Nashville this season, I've been thinking about what a young A's team might look like if the front office decides to give their top young prospects a shot on the major league squad next year. So this week I took the opportunity to examine what a team full of young prospects might look like on my Athletics Farm site, and I thought I'd also take the opportunity to share it here on Athletics Nation. It's also worth noting that one of the key prospects mentioned below, catcher Bruce Maxwell, just landed on the disabled list at Nashville this week with an oblique injury… Whatever happens with the A's before

  • LEADING OFF: Adams set to join Braves, Yankees-Rays reset
    USA Today

    LEADING OFF: Adams set to join Braves, Yankees-Rays reset

    A look at what's happening all around the majors Sunday: WELCOME First baseman Matt Adams is expected to join the Braves in time for their game at SunTrust Park against Washington. Atlanta acquired Adams this weekend from St. Louis, hoping he can help fill the void left by injured star Freddie Freeman — the All-Star was hitting .341 with 14 home runs when he was hit by pitch Wednesday, breaking his wrist and sidelining him for 10 weeks. Adams hit .292 with a homer and seven RBIs coming off the bench this season for the Cardinals. WE COOL? The Yankees and Rays resume at Tropicana Field, a day after their game included three hit batters, three ejected and an animated argument by New York manager