Bruce Bochy confirmed that Pablo Sandoval, Steven Duggar and Gerardo Parra have made the Opening Day roster.
If you weren’t one of the 146,290 fans who were in attendance at the Oakland Coliseum over the weekend, you missed a lot.
After about three hours of baseball, what was left of the 56,310 at the Oakland Coliseum got their first real bit of excitement.
The Athletics steamed into the All-Star break, riding a league-best 21-6 record. But they sputtered out of it Friday night.
Stephen Piscotty stayed as hot as an Independence Day firecracker Sunday, finishing the first half on a nine-game hitting streak.
In his second start since rehabbing from right shoulder tightness Saturday, Jeff Samardzija struggled to find his footing.
The stakes in the regular season Bay Bridge Series will no longer be simply for hometown pride.
The Oakland Athletics took a playful poke at a rival team Saturday, promising to charge San Francisco Giants fans more for Oakland Coliseum parking.
The Giants have announced their 2018 schedule. And for the ninth-straight year the stands at AT&T park will be empty on Opening Day.
After four days of baseball, the Giants walked away with the last laugh in the rivalry-fueled Bay Bridge Series.
A’s bats continued to speak loudly, taking one of two on the back end of a home-and-home with the Giants.
Game 2 of the Bay Bridge series was as topsy turvy as it gets. The lead changed four times, both teams exchanging big inning after big inning.
A’s starter Daniel Mengden’s old-school pitching style had the Giants grasping at straws Monday night.
O.CO COLISEUM — Tony Bennett left his heart in San Francisco. The Giants left their bats.
O.CO COLISEUM — By the fifth inning, it was clear. Oakland was going to run over the Giants.
The Giants closed out their four-game set against the A’s getting timely hitting and clutch pitching Thursday afternoon.