It’s win or go home in Oakland! Both the A’s and White Sox will start a right-handed, Florida-native pitcher after each team earned their wins …
The A’s pretty much have two options to start Thursday’s final AL Wild Card matchup.
The Oakland A’s kept their postseason alive with their first playoff victory since 2013.
Right-hander Chris Bassitt seems to be the A’s unannounced ace this season and should be expected to pitch the first game.
In eight starts during the month of September, Liam Hendriks allowed zero first-inning runs. That success lent credence to the A’s and manager Bob Melvin’s …
In a few days the A’s will be caught up in the New York City hoopla, entering Yankee Stadium as underdogs in a one-game playoff …
The competition is set, and now the venue. The Yankees and Athletics will meet at Yankee Stadium on Oct. 3.
Mike Fiers has heard talk that he could come out of the bullpen in the Wild Card game against the Yankees next Wednesday. If that …
Prior to the season, few outside of Oakland expected the 2018 Athletics to win as many as 80 games. Fewer still saw them as an …
A massive crowd was on hand to celebrate Oakland’s first postseason berth in four years, waiting for the chance to erupt. But the 35,754 never got the chance.
Edwin Jackson has said it countless times since his Oakland arrival in late June: there is something special about this A’s team. The Athletics showed their special …
Following two losses at the hands of the Rays, the A’s find themselves 1-1/2 games from hosting a potential Wild Card game.
Following a fruitful Friday in Tampa, the Athletics continue to inch closer to their first postseason berth in four years.
None of the AL’s current postseason contenders want to look across the field in October and see these Athletics staring back at them.
Oakland captured a 7-3 sweep-sealing victory from the Rangers Sunday afternoon at the Oakland Coliseum.
The Athletics continue to churn out late-game runs and series victories at the Oakland Coliseum.
Just as they envisioned at the start of the 2018 season, the Athletics improved their postseason positioning Friday night.
Should current standings hold through the remainder of the 2018 Major League Baseball regular season, the Athletics would face the Yankees.
After gaining a game on New York in the AL Wild Card race Monday, the A’s gave it right back Tuesday
The first of a three-game series between the top two AL Wild Card contenders had a palpable playoff-like atmosphere.
The sights are set much higher in Oakland, but a Sunday win was a huge benchmark for the Athletics — it secured their first winning season in four years.
Try as they might, the A’s could never ascend from a second-inning hole, falling 8-7 to the Mariners.
The Athletics added their first wave of reinforcements Saturday.
One day after going AWOL, the Oakland offense showed up in a big way scoring five loud runs in the first Friday night.
Frankie Montas was missing locations by feet, nearly hitting batters with fastballs targeted at the outside corner.
The Athletics have no time to lick the wounds of their first series loss in more than a month.
The Royals are a different animal, and they proved that last year.
It seemed like a game that would never end. But it became the end of Oakland’s season.
O.CO COLISEUM — If Oprah was still holding her talk show, the A’s could be her guest.