Athletics Nation mourns the loss of former pitcher Ken Holtzman, who passed away at 78. Holtzman, known for his successful stints with the Chicago Cubs and Oakland Athletics, was a key player in the A's dynasty, contributing to their World Series titles.

By the Numbers
  • Holtzman pitched two no-hitters for the Chicago Cubs.
  • He reached the 21-win mark in his second season with the A's.
State of Play
  • A's likely to hold a ceremony to honor Holtzman's legacy.
  • Sonny Gray reflects on his time with the A's as he is set to make what could be his final start at the Coliseum.
Bottom Line

Ken Holtzman's legacy as a pivotal figure in the Athletics' success remains cherished, and the team is set to pay tribute to his significant contributions.