San Jose Mercury News "A's outfielder Coco Crisp was a non-factor last season because of injuries, but he is healthy now and will head to spring training next week to join a team that doesn't know what to expect from him. Because of the uncertainty, the A's traded for Milwaukee left fielder Khris Davis earlier this..." February 19
San Francisco Chronicle "Coco Crisp will return to the A’s on Sunday, and pitcher Felix Doubront, acquired Friday, is also expected to be added to the roster. That means some potentially interesting corresponding moves — and with Jake Smolinski learning to play first base ASAP, the outfielder might not be headed out...." August 02
Crisp will play today and tomorrow for Stockton, then be evaluated here Sunday. "We'll see where we're at Monday," Melvin said.
Coco Crisp will start rehab assignment tomorrow w/Stockton. 4 games mapped out there now, nothing further beyond that #Athletics
San Francisco Chronicle "Coco Crisp, who has missed most of the season after elbow surgery and neck problems, took batting practice on the field Tuesday, a signal he is getting close to a potential rehab assignment. Manager Bob Melvin said the team will have a better idea by early next week about when Crisp might play..." July 22
Melvin says Coco Crisp is at home dealing with kidney stones.
CSN Bay Area "A’s outfielder Coco Crisp will join the 15-day disabled list to clear a roster spot for pitcher Kendall Graveman, manager Bob Melvin announced Friday night. The move doesn’t come as a surprise since Crisp hasn’t played since leaving Tuesday’s game with neck soreness. Graveman officially will be..." May 23
Coco Crisp says via Snapchat that he got "disheartening news' about his neck injury, but he did not provide details. #Athletics
Sporting News "The A's may be without left fielder and leadoff man Coco Crisp for the first two months of the 2015 season. Crisp needs surgery on his right (throwing) elbow and could miss up to eight weeks, the San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser reported late Wednesday. Slusser reported the surgery is..." April 02
Athletics Nation "It's looking like the competition between Tyler Ladendorf and Billy Burns is no competition at all for opening day. Hedging against a potential trip to the disabled list, the Oakland Athletics had Coco Crisp play in a minor league game contest today. Good thing. Crisp has not played in a..." March 31
The Score "A bout of pinkeye doesn't appear to be the only thing set to keep Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp from the lineup this spring. The 35-year-old was removed from Sunday's game to start the third inning after experiencing discomfort in his right elbow. Manager Bob Melvin told reporters..." March 09
The A's have decided to move Coco Crisp to left field in attempt to help keep him healthy.
San Francisco Chronicle "Coco Crisp is the instigator of the A's, a 34-year-old who leads the team with his spirit, speed and smarts. The A's were without him the past seven games (because of his neck strain) and went 6-1, with the only loss coming Wednesday. Manager Bob Melvin said it's possible Crisp could return to..." May 15
Melvin said Crisp's MRI showed "nothing out of the ordinary." Still day to day.
Crisp and Reddick back in #Athletics lineup.
The #Athletics have agreed to terms with Coco Crisp on a two-year contract extension through the 2016 season with a vesting option for 2017.
CBS Sports "The Athletics have signed center fielder Coco Crisp to a two-year contract extension, the team announced. The deal includes a vesting option for a third year. Financial terms are unknown. Crisp, 34, was scheduled to become a free agent next offseason. The Athletics exercised his $7.5 million..." February 07
#Athletics exercise contract options on Brett Anderson and Coco Crisp for 2014...decline to exercise options on Kurt Suzuki and Chris Young.
San Francisco Chronicle "Crisp's agent, Steve Comte, said Wednesday that he has broached the topic of a multiyear deal to the A's. The A's have signed the center fielder to two contracts, a one-year, $5.2 million deal with a $5.7 million option from 2010 to '11 and a two-year, $14 million deal for 2012-13 with the $7.5..." October 31
SB Nation "The center fielder enjoyed a career year at the plate in 2013. Coco Crisp will be returning to the Oakland Athletics in 2014 reports Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. The center fielder has a $7.5M team option on his contract and general manager Billy Beane stated that it will be..." October 12
San Francisco Chronicle "As the A's steam toward the postseason one man is front and center for the rest of his teammates ... even if Coco Crisp goes a little under the radar for such a dynamic and fun player. Oakland's center fielder isn't getting the type of MVP talk that is starting to attach itself to Josh..." September 27
Melvin will stay away from Crisp and Donaldson today; they'll be reevaluated tomorrow but there is a possibility no moves will be needed.
Oakland Tribune "The A's wound up making a lot of hard contact this week in Minute Maid Field particularly in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Astros that saw Coco Crisp deliver a two-run homer in the seventh inning to win it. On Monday Josh Reddick hit a game-winning two-run homer in the eighth. On Tuesday Brandon..." July 25
Crisp (heel), Cespedes (hamstring) not in lineup. No surprise, esp. with Cespedes. Have to think day game tomorrow unlikely for him too.
Now it sounds like there's a better chance of Crisp returning Wednesday than Young. Crisp had a great day running; Young felt quad in game.
CSN Bay Area "The A’s announced today they have placed outfielder Coco Crisp on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 30 with a strained left hamstring and added left-handed pitcher Brett Anderson to the 15-day DL effective today with a sprained right ankle. To fill their roster spots, the club have..." May 01