Coco Crisp RUMORS & NEWS

  • Athletics' Coco Crisp: Nearing return from neck injury

    CBS Sports "Manager Bob Melvin hinted Monday night that Crisp (neck) may rejoin the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports." July 26

  • Oakland A’s Danny Valencia, Coco Crisp losing playing time, says Bob Melvin

    Athletics Nation "Oakland A’s manager Bob Melvin has indicated that a youth movement is afoot for the club in his pre-game meeting with A’s beat writers as we get the second half started. To that end, the A’s are making Ryon Healy the starting third baseman and will be reducing playing time for third baseman..." July 16

  • What is the A's plan with Coco Crisp and his vesting option?

    Athletics Nation "We all know about Coco Crisp's vesting option. If he plays in just 59 of the A's remaining 76 games, he'll be guaranteed an $11 million dollar contract on the 2017 A's. Coco has looked leaps and bounds better than he did last year, but that's only been good enough to make him one of the worst..." July 09

  • Crisp to apologize for throwing bat at umpire's feet

    The Score "Coco Crisp was fuming as he took an ejection Thursday, but following the game, he was sorry. After taking a strike call that appeared to be below the knees, the Oakland Athletics outfielder ended up striking out swinging. On his follow through, he flipped the bat toward home plate umpire D.J...." July 08

  • A’s Coco Crisp to draw one-game suspension for bat toss

    San Francisco Chronicle " Oakland outfielder Coco Crisp will receive a one-game suspension for tossing his bat Thursday night and nearly hitting home-plate umpire D.J. Reyburn, The Chronicle has learned." July 08

  • Coco Crisp selling house with own baseball diamond

    Wall Street Journal "Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp is asking $9.995 million for his Rancho Mirage, Calif. property, which has its own baseball diamond, according to listing agents Rachelle Rosten and Sally Forster Jones of John Aaroe Group. Located outside Palm Springs in the Coachella Valley, the roughly..." May 21

  • Coco Crisp not sure where he fits in A's plans

    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