By bringing Rajai Davis back to Oakland on a one-year deal the front office has filled one need, but has no interest in resting on its laurels.
For the third time in four days, the Oakland Athletics were threatened by a bid at a no-hitter.
Backed by solid defense, Kendall Graveman continued his recent run of success to collect his fifth win since July.
After a rare bullpen blunder by Ryan Dull, the Oakland Athletics once again showed late-inning scrappiness.
Shortened by a limited pitch count, “Throwin’ Samoan” Sean Manaea out-dueled veteran Jake Peavy.
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.
Jered Weaver outperformed Eric Surkamp leading the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to a 2-0 win over the Oakland Athletics Sunday afternoon.
A vast majority of A’s players and coaches chose to wear Golden State Warriors’ “Strength In Numbers” T-Shirts during their on-field warmups Sunday.
Behind Sean Manaea’s best major-league start, the Oakland Athletics picked up their fifth straight win Wednesday afternoon.
Billy Butler reprised the role of A’s hero Sunday afternoon, driving in what proved to be the winning run in the sixth.
With a 17-hit, 12-run eruption, the Oakland Athletics reached double digits for the first time this season.
The A’s couldn’t pitch or hit well during their series in Boston this week, leading to historical lows for the team.
By age 39, Tim Hudson had beaten 29 MLB teams. Two weeks into 40, he got ’em all.
The A’s powered their way to a second-straight win over the Minnesota Twins Sunday afternoon.
Green and Gold-clad faithful inside O.co Coliseum hope to see fireworks in the form of explosions off the bats of the Oakland Athletics.
After being swept over the weekend by Kansas City, the Oakland A’s responded by taking two of three in their interleague series versus Colorado. Wednesday afternoon …
The A’s had their best shot Tuesday night with Brett Lawrie at the dish, the bases loaded, and two outs.
The A’s dominated as starter Kendall Graveman pitched seven scoreless innings.
A’s designated hitter Billy Butler knows full well how quickly things can change during the course of 162 games.
It took until Memorial Day for the A’s to finally win their third straight game this season.