Did the Oakland A’s trade Khris Davis?
The Oakland A’s bid a sad farewell to a longtime favorite last winter when they traded Khris Davis to the Texas Rangers. But now, just six months later, he’s back! The A’s announced Wednesday that they signed Davis to a minor league contract. 4
Who won the Elvis Andrus trade?
The Oakland A’s finally have a shortstop for the 2021 season, but it didn’t turn out as simple as signing a free agent. The A’s acquired Elvis Andrus from the Texas Rangers in a five-player trade that sends designated hitter Khris Davis to Arlington, reports Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.
What happened to Khris Davis?
The Rangers announced they’ve placed Khris Davis on unconditional release waivers. This was the expected outcome after the club designated Davis for assignment on Tuesday. Texas acquired the designated hitter/corner outfielder from the A’s over the winter.
Who did the Oakland A’s trade?
The Oakland A’s got one more deal in before the MLB trade deadline today. The A’s made a trade with the Washington Nationals on Friday, with Oakland acquiring catcher Yan Gomes and utilityman Josh Harrison plus cash.
Did Elvis Trade Rangers?
Veteran infielder Elvis Andrus was traded to the Oakland Athletics on Saturday, just over two months after the Texas Rangers said the only player remaining from their only two World Series appearances would no longer be the starting shortstop after 12 seasons in that role.
What is Elvis Andrus net worth?
Elvis Andrus Net Worth: Elvis Andrus is a Venezuelan professional baseball player who has a net worth of $60 million. Elvis Andrus was born in Maracay, Venezuela in August 1988. Andrus is a shortstop who bats and throws right handed.
What is Elvis Andrus salary?
Andrus is owed $14 million in each of the next two seasons. The $120 million, eight-year contract he signed in 2015 includes a $15 million option for 2023 that now, because of the trade, becomes a player option if he has 550 plate appearances in 2022, or 1,100 combined in 2021-22.
What does DFA mean in baseball?
When a player’s contract is designated for assignment — often abbreviated “DFA” — that player is immediately removed from his club’s 40-man roster.