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The A's on Monday placed right-hander Kendall Graveman on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to Saturday, with a strained right shoulder.
The A's placed catcher Stephen Vogt on the family medical leave list on Saturday, the team announced.
|April 17, 2017||Oakland Athletics recalled C Bruce Maxwell from Nashville Sounds.|
|March 26, 2017||Oakland Athletics optioned C Bruce Maxwell to Nashville Sounds.|
|July 23, 2016||Oakland Athletics selected the contract of C Bruce Maxwell from Nashville Sounds.|
|May 19, 2016||Nashville Sounds activated C Bruce Maxwell from the 7-day disabled list.|
|May 11, 2016||Nashville Sounds placed C Bruce Maxwell on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 8, 2016.|
|April 5, 2016||C Bruce Maxwell assigned to Nashville Sounds from Midland RockHounds.|
|February 10, 2016||Oakland Athletics invited non-roster C Bruce Maxwell to spring training.|
|December 23, 2014||Oakland Athletics invited non-roster C Bruce Maxwell to spring training.|
|July 22, 2014||C Bruce Maxwell assigned to Midland RockHounds from Stockton Ports.|
|February 4, 2014||Oakland Athletics invited non-roster C Bruce Maxwell to spring training.|
|June 25, 2013||C Bruce Maxwell assigned to Stockton Ports from Beloit Snappers.|
|April 1, 2013||Bruce Maxwell assigned to Beloit Snappers from Vermont Lake Monsters.|
|June 28, 2012||Bruce Maxwell assigned to Vermont Lake Monsters from AZL Athletics.|
|June 20, 2012||Bruce Maxwell assigned to AZL Athletics from Oakland Athletics.|
|June 9, 2012||Oakland Athletics signed C Bruce Maxwell.|
Bruce Tyrone Maxwell III was originally signed by A's scout Kelcey Mucker…was drafted with the Minnesota Twins second round pick in the 2012 draft as compensation for Josh Willingham…is the first player in Athletics history born in Germany…the A's had two players born in West Germany (Glenn Hubbard, Mike Blowers)…played for Germany in the World Baseball Classic qualifier during the spring of 2016…attended Birmingham Southern College…was named 2012 American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings National Player of the Year…led the conference with a .471 batting average, 15 home runs, 25 doubles, 56 runs scored, 59 walks, a .928 slugging percentage and .619 on-base percentage.2016
Made his Triple-A and Major League debut in 2016…was batting .321 with a career-high 10 home runs and 41 RBI in 60 games with Nashville when he was promoted to Oakland on July 23…went on to bat .283 with a home run and 14 RBI in 33 games with the A's…hit .125 over his first 13 games through Sept. 2 but batted .367 over his final 20 contests…had no RBI over his first nine games, 14 over his final 24 contests…batted .306 (22-for-72) with all 14 of his RBI, all eight of his walks and seven of his eight extra base hits against right-handed pitching…went 4-for-19 (.211) with a double against lefties…had an .815 OPS against righties, .450 against lefties…hit .353 with runners on base, .241 with the bases empty…batted .333 with runners in scoring position after hitting .426 with RISP at Nashville…hit .339 at night, .194 during the day…appeared in 29 games (25 starts) at catcher and committed just one error for a .995 fielding percentage…however, opponents were successful in each of their eight stolen base attempts off him…tossed out 30-of-77 (39.0%) attempted base stealers at Nashville…went 4-for-10 (.400) in three games (two starts) at designated hitter…hit .250 against a pitcher the first time he saw him in a game, .344 after that…made his Major League debut July 23 against Tampa Bay when he grounded out as a pinch hitter…went 0-for-4 in his first start the next day against the Rays…recorded his first ML hit in his third game on July 30 at Cleveland, a single off Josh Tomlin in the fifth inning…played in just two games over a 14-game stretch from Aug. 6 to 20…hit .136 in eight games in August but then batted .385 in 19 games in September…had a career-high seven-game hitting streak from Sept. 3 to 17…went 12-for-27 (.444) with seven RBI and four multiple hit games during the streak…the multiple hit games were the first of his career…had his first career three-hit game Sept. 9 against Seattle…hit his first big league home run Sept. 19 against Houston, a solo shot off Brad Peacock in the second inning…drilled his first career triple Sept. 28 at Los Angeles (AL)…it was his second as a professional (June 23, 2014 with Stockton)…was rated as the A's No. 10 prospect by Baseball America following the season.