Sonny Gray has been scratched from tonight's start because of food poisoning. Rich Hill will pitch in his place.
Gray says via text he just got a little tired out there today. Melvin says this is typical sort of dead arm period & Gray was just bit off.
San Francisco Chronicle "After Sonny Gray’s first Cactus League start Wednesday, manager Bob Melvin made a less-than-startling announcement: For the third time in a row, Gray will be Oakland’s Opening Night starter. What did Gray say when Melvin told him? “I still haven’t told him,” Melvin said. “I just assume he..." March 10
CSN Bay Area "Billy Beane reiterated Sunday that the A’s aren’t looking to trade ace Sonny Gray anytime soon. Speaking on MLB Network Radio, Oakland’s top baseball ops official said he’s turned away several teams who have come hard after Gray, a first-time All-Star last season who finished third in the..." January 11
The Score "There's never a dull offseason in the Oakland Athletics' front office, and this year is no exception with executive vice president of baseball operations Billy Beane making a flurry of moves to his budget-conscious club. One trade chip Beane has retained, however, is young right-hander Sonny..." January 10
San Francisco Chronicle "Sonny Gray’s star is on the rise. After finishing third in the AL Cy Young race, the A’s starter is one to watch for 2016. He’s just turned 26, making him the youngest of the league’s elite pitchers, nearly two years younger than Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel, and Oakland has Gray under..." December 22
Oakland GM Forst: 'We are not trading Sonny Gray'
SB Nation "It's the offseason, so teams with prospects to trade and holes to fill will inevitably hope the A's are in a giving mood. Former GM and new president of baseball operations Billy Beane is already squashing those dreams, though, as he told Peter Gammons that he "just can't see" Oakland dealing ace..." November 06
CSN New England "After another last place finish in the American League East the Boston Red Sox will be looking to improve their pitching staff during the offseason. The Sox can always make a splash in the free agent market, but trades are also in play as well. On the Baseball Show, Tony Massarotti made it..." October 05
Zito will start Wednesday in place of Sonny, who won't start again this season.
San Francisco Chronicle "The A’s will announce Monday that Sonny Gray won’t pitch again this year and, somewhat fittingly, the team won’t have a single member of its regular rotation healthy for the final week. Gray left his start Friday with left hip tightness, and though he was feeling better Sunday, manager Bob..." September 28
Sonny Gray officially starting tomorrow night
Sonny Gray scratched with back spasms #Athletics say. Chavez starting
Oakland Tribune "The A's would like to see Sonny Gray pitch twice between now and the All-Star break, and manager Bob Melvin is strongly leaning toward having Gray, recovering from a bout of gastritis caused by salmonella, start Tuesday in New York. That would leave him free to start Sunday, July 12, in..." July 04
San Francisco Chronicle "A severe case of bacterial gastroenteritis kept Sonny Gray in the hospital a second night, but the A’s right-hander was released Wednesday afternoon and will be back at the Coliseum on Thursday. Gray received IV fluids and antibiotics, but according to Dr. Allan Pont, the specific bacteria has..." July 02
Sonny Gray scratched tonight because he's sick.
San Francisco Chronicle "With the All-Star Game just over three weeks away, Bob Melvin’s image of an ideal roster is coming into sharper focus. Sonny Gray, Stephen Vogt and Josh Reddick are all deserving candidates, Melvin said, with Gray easily “in the conversation” to be the American League’s starting..." June 21
MLB.com "As Sonny Gray stood near his locker following the Athletics' 7-2 victory over the Rays on Sunday at Tropicana Field, there was a mix of disappointment and relief. The right-hander was hit in the right ankle by a sharp grounder off the bat of Rays first baseman James Loney in the fourth inning,..." May 25
San Francisco Chronicle "All it took was Sonny Gray, with his slick winning percentage and his tiny ERA at Texas, for the A’s to snap their winless streak during the day. Oakland got a “W” in the sunshine for the first time in eight tries, beating the Rangers 7-1 on the strength of Gray’s continued mastery of the..." May 04
Sonny Gray #Athletics opening day starter
CSN Bay Area "The A’s have adjusted their rotation coming out of their final day off of the season Monday. Scott Kazmir, Jeff Samardzija and Sonny Gray will pitch Tuesday-Thursday in a three-game home series against the Texas Rangers. That flip-flops Kazmir and Samardzija in the rotation, as Samardzija had..." September 15
San Francisco Chronicle "Rangers All-Star Yu Darvish made the shortest start of his career, and young A's ace Sonny Gray his longest - with his first career shutout. Darvish ended a team-record string of 56 starts of at least five innings, going just 3 1/3 innings, and the A's beat division-rival Texas 4-0 on Monday..." April 29
Oakland Tribune "Pitcher Sonny Gray will be able to make his next start Saturday against the Seattle Mariners without any health issues. The A's right-hander took a sharp grounder off his right ankle in the sixth inning Monday and had to be cleared by A's medical personnel to remain in the game. He was..." April 02
CSN Bay Area "Sonny Gray underwent successful thumb surgery the Oakland A’s announced Friday and the right-hander is expected to be ready for the start of spring training. Gray had a screw inserted into his left thumb to stabilize a fracture suffered during Game 5 of the American League Division Series. He..." October 19
SB Nation "Josh Reddick Sonny Gray and Jarrod Parker should all be ready for Spring Training in 2014. The results are in for the Oakland Athletics: It'll be surgery for outfielder Josh Reddick and pitcher Sonny Gray and rest for pitcher Jarrod Parker. All three players should be ready for Spring Training..." October 14
SB Nation "Athletics starting pitcher Sonny Gray suffered a broken thumb while fielding a ball in the last game of the 2013 ALDS. Athletics pitcher Sonny Gray who took the loss in Game 5 of the ALDS against Detroit broke his thumb during the game on Thursday night according to Joe Stiglich of Comcast..." October 11
MLB.com "The A’s are counting on a rookie to take down the Tigers in Thursday’s decisive Game 5 of the American League Division Series with 23-year-old Sonny Gray getting the nod over veteran Bartolo Colon. Oakland manager Bob Melvin announced the decision on a conference call Wednesday afternoon less..." October 10
It's Colon on Friday then Gray Parker and Straily. #Athletics
Sonny Gray is, indeed, getting called up. He'd likely be getting feet wet in bullpen, from what I can tell; there are no rotation spots.