The A’s report: Scott Seizmore’s MRI gets pushed back to Monday

There’s  still no further word on third baseman Scott Seizmore’s knee injury.   The MRI was originally thought to take place Saturday won’t happen until Monday, according to manager Bob Melvin.  “It’s just tough to find a place where you know you’re going to have a good image”,  Melvin said.  The A’s want Seizmore to see a specialist rather than a MRI at a hospital, which sometimes doesn’t provide as good of a read on an injury.  Melvin talked with Seizmore on Saturday night. “He’s a little down, but we’re holding out hope for good news. If ever there was a time to have that happen, it’s early in camp, so, there’s time to recover”.

Not a whole lot else to report this morning. Outfield prospect Jermaine Mitchell, a player the A’s are high on but who is coming off knee surgery.

Melvin added that he might name his opening day starter “in a couple days,” and it’s assumed that Brandon McCarthy will take that honor. If McCarthy were to pitch one of the A’s first two Cactus League games — Friday or Saturday against the Mariners — he would be on a nice pattern to start the March 28 opener in Tokyo, also against Seattle. That’s assuming he starts every fifth day in Cactus League play.


Thomas Brunt covers the Oakland A’s for the MLB Franchise Podcast.  Follow Thomas for his random Sports tweets on Twitter NOW:!/BHS_SPORTSGUY  and yes, he is pretty big on the WWE.  His favorite WWE wrestler is CM Punk. 


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