Pomeranz is starting in place of Kazmir today.
San Francisco Chronicle "Drew Pomeranz is back with the A's for the first time since he broke his right hand punching a chair, and if he pitches well Wednesday, there's a chance he could stick with the club. Pomeranz had only one poor outing in his eight starts with Oakland in the first half. He is being called up..." August 27
CSN Bay Area "There is no timetable for Drew Pomeranz's recovery from a fractured hand, and according to manager Bob Melvin, no one feels worse about it than the A's left-handed starter. Pomeranz punched a chair on his way into the clubhouse after allowing seven earned runs in under four innings against the..." June 18
ESPN "Oakland A's starting left-hander Drew Pomeranz broke his right hand when he punched a chair Monday night after a 14-8 loss to the Texas Rangers. The injury required the A's place Pomeranz on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday. "I just let my emotions take over me, and I did something stupid,"..." June 18
Denver Post "Drew Pomeranz was unable to complete a side throwing session Thursday because of pain in his left biceps leaving him headed for the disabled list and Collin McHugh as his likely replacement in the Rockies' rotation according to major-league sources. Pomeranz has been unable to get on track..." July 26
Denver Post "After battling a cold, Rockies lefty Drew Pomeranz should be back on the mound Wednesday night — just in time to face Team USA in its final tuneup for the World Baseball Classic. Manager Walt Weiss will get a chance to see how the 24-year-old Pomeranz performs in the spotlight. "I know this..." March 06
Purple Row "I wrote last week that Juan Nicasio is a great unknown for the Rockies this year. This week my topic is the pitcher who has the greatest amount of untapped potential on the Rockies' roster - former top 5 pick Drew Pomeranz. He's an interesting study because it probably should be Pomeranz (and not..." February 20