(10/10/2007) Oakland sent LHP Ron Flores, LHP Brad Halsey, RHP Shane Komine, RHP Jason Windsor, C Adam Melhuse, IF J.J. Furmaniak and OF Dee Brown outright to Triple-A Sacramento on Friday.
Windsor starting to heat up
(5/18/2007) A's SP prospect Jason Windsor is considered one of the organization's top pitching prospects. After a rough April, he has turned it on in May but is still just 4-2 with a 5.24 ERA. He last took the mound on May 12, allowing five hits, three earned runs and four walks in 5 2/3 innings. He did pick up the win despite the shaky outing. In fact, he is 3-0 in his last three starts and allowed just one run in his previous two starts prior to May 12.
Windsor sent down to Triple-A
(3/27/2007) The Athletics optioned right-handed pitcher Jason Windsor to Triple-A Sacramento on Monday, a day after a subpar outing against the Seattle Mariners. That narrows the competition for the fifth starter to three lefties -- Joe Kennedy, Brad Halsey and Lenny DiNardo.
Wild Windsor pitches Sunday
(3/26/2007) Jason Windsor hit Adrian Beltre in the back of the head with a pitch in the fifth inning of Sunday's game against Oakland, and Mariners trainer Rick Griffin and manager Mike Hargrove rushed out to check on the third baseman. But Beltre was fine and slowly made his way to first. He came out in the bottom of the inning as a precaution. Jason Windsor hit two batters, and allowed four runs and six hits in five innings against the Mariners Sunday. He gave up a two-run homer to the trees in right-center by Raul Ibanez in the fifth. "I thought it was a little below average," Windsor said about his start. "Of course, it's a big opportunity anytime you get a big league start and have a chance to showcase what you have. I did what I did and now they've got to make a decision."
Tracy HR is Windsor's lone mistake
(3/19/2007) Chad Tracy homered off A's starter Jason Windsor in the second Sunday. Windsor allowed one run and four hits in four innings.
Windsor starts Wednesday
(9/28/2006) Jason Windsor made his first major league start Wednesday at Seattle in place of Barry Zito, allowing five runs and seven hits in five innings in the no decision.
Windsor recalled from Triple-A
(9/8/2006) Oakland recalled pitcher Jason Windsor from Triple-A Sacramento on Friday.
Komine starts for Windsor
(7/28/2006) RHP Shane Komine will make his major league debut Sunday for the A's in a start against Toronto. The A's haven't announced it, but Komine was told Wednesday by Triple-A Sacramento manager Tony DeFrancesco and flew to the Bay Area on Thursday.
Windsor sent back to Triple-A
(7/26/2006) The Athletics recalled LHP Randy Keisler From Triple-A Sacramento and optioned RHP Jason Windsor to Sacramento. Kirk Saarloos or Brad Halsey could return to the No. 5 spot for the A's, who gave the young Windsor a shot that failed quickly.
Windsor takes his knots Tuesday
(7/26/2006) Jason Windsor allowed four earned runs and nine hits in just 2 2/3 innings on Tuesday night against the Red Sox, as he was overmatched against Curt Schilling (13-3) and the powerful Boston lineup.
Windsor due for 2 starts ... again
(7/24/2006) The A's have moved Jason Windsor's second start back a few days because of a day off late last week, but that makes him a two-start pitcher for the upcoming period now. The former College World Series hero has the potential to surprise with this full-time rotation opportunity he's getting because Rich Harden (elbow) might not return to the rotation at all this season.
Jason Windsor holds his own
(7/18/2006) Windsor allowed three runs -- one earned -- and five hits in five innings on Monday night at Baltimore, but he did not figure into the decision. He also walked three and struck out three batters in his major league debut. "I felt like I was getting stronger as the game went on," Windsor said. "I will settle down next time. It's a lifelong dream to get here, and now I want to stay a while."
A's purchase Windsor's contract
(7/17/2006) The Athletics purchased the contract of RHP Jason Windsor from Triple-A Sacramento and designated OF Doug Clark for assignment. Kirk Saarloos is back in the bullpen now.
Windsor to come up for two starts
(7/16/2006) Rich Harden (elbow) looks like no better than a mid-August return either at this point, so the A's are giving rookie Jason Windsor a look as their No. 5 starter. Kirk Saarloos is back in the bullpen now.