Ramon Laureano saved the day in the eighth when he robbed a two-run homer to keep the game tied, then crushed a two-run shot of his own.
The A’s couldn’t bounce back from a terrible third inning where nothing seemed to go their way.
Solo homers from Sean Murphy and Mitch Moreland weren’t enough to overcome the Orioles in a 3-2 loss.
Tuesday night, Oakland had 15 hits including six home runs, routing Baltimore by two touchdowns. They went easier on the O’s Wednesday afternoon at the Oakland Coliseum.
The Athletics won Sunday, 2-1, beating Baltimore to earn a sweep and send the Orioles deeper into the American League cellar.
Sporting Charts defines the term “pitcher’s duel” as “a game in which the two pitchers … consistently and continuously get batters without many or any runs …
Trevor Cahill continues to be a revelation for the Athletics.
Behind Mengden, back-to-back first-inning homers from Davis and Olson, and some clutch late-inning at-bats, the A’s top the O’s.
There seems to be a 1990s nostalgia feel around this years New York Yankees heading into the 2018 season.
Kendall Graveman made the big inning stand up, tossing his best game since May to carry his club to an 9-3 answer-back thumping
Baltimore handed Sean Manaea a third-consecutive poor start, knocking the lefty out before the vendor popcorn finished popping.
Riding the red-hot bat of the AL’s leader in two-base hits, the Athletics overcame an eighth-inning deficit to steal one from the Orioles.
Oakland starter Chris Smith held the Orioles without a single base hit. Unfortunately for him, Baltimore (57-58) was more than happy to pound out nine extra-base hits.
After seeing the top four teams in the division bunched within nine games of the top spot a season ago, things will only tighten up further. And in a battle of baseball’s brawn, one fewer win for “Beantown” will be enough to punch a ticket the AL’s divisional round.
Following back-to-back seasons of 90-plus losses, the A’s are primed to once again rise from the American League West cellar.
Adam Jones’ seventh-inning home run-robbing snag will make its way into the hearts of a nation and onto highlight reels for ages.
With a potential berth into the second round firmly its own hands, Team USA put together its best performance of the World Baseball Classic.
The league announced its intention to push forward a rule change allowing managers the ability to intentionally walk a batter using the simple act of signalling from the dugout.
Oakland sits at 16-1/2 games out of the first-place spot in the AL West with 44 games left.
Trevor Brown made sure to stop by Johnny Cueto’s locker for a post-game fist bump. They’d done well, after all.
Joe Panik broke out of his slump Saturday night, with two ground rule doubles that helped the Giants over the Orioles.
Despite throwing the same game that helped Matt Cain to consecutive wins, the powerful Orioles buried the Giants Friday night.
The A’s rallied in the 8th inning, but it wasn’t enough to tarnish an early Baltimore barrage, and the Orioles.
Ross Detwiler tossed an eight inning masterpiece, shutting out the Orioles for the A’s third straight win.
The Baltimore Orioles mustered just three hits as the Oakland Athletics claimed a second-straight victory.
Backed by solid defense, Kendall Graveman continued his recent run of success to collect his fifth win since July.
Stumbling through a one-win week, the A’s must search to find positives upon which to build.
With a 3-1 victory on Sunday afternoon, the Chicago Cubs finished off an impressive sweep of the Athletics.
Through the season’s first four months, Hill (9-3, 2.25 ERA) has been the best starter on the Oakland staff.
It was their poison; it was their medicine. And Oakland’s Khris Davis was the prescribing doctor.
With a full count and the bases loaded, Chris Davis smashed a 93 mph fastball over the right field fence in the 10th inning.
The A’s are showing that they still have their pride, if not nothing close to a winning record.
There’s no nice way to describe what happened at the Coliseum Monday.
O.CO COLISEUM — Thursday afternoon was about as ugly as Wednesday evening.
O.CO COLISEUM — It’s not every day a team can score 10 runs without a home run.
O.CO COLISEUM — WIth one swing, Adam Jones gave the Orioles the head start they needed.