The 2018 MLB season came to an end Sunday night when the Red Sox experienced the highest of the highs: a World Series championship.
The competition is set, and now the venue. The Yankees and Athletics will meet at Yankee Stadium on Oct. 3.
The A’s rode a six-run fourth to victory Wednesday and cinched a series win over the Angels Thursday afternoon in dominant 21-3 fashion.
Jed Lowrie and Steven Piscotty broke out of slumps in a major way, leading the A’s to a much-needed 10-0 victory.
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.
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.
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.
For the second day in a row, the Athletics jumped out to an early lead via the long ball, but they weren’t able to hold the lead.
Despite their inability to seal a sweep Wednesday, the Athletics finished a productive nine-game homestand Wednesday.
The Athletics rotation, through much of the first half, was in a search for consistency. That search is over.
The product of success, the type of success the Athletics have produced over the last two months, is meaningful late-season games.
As contenders continue to fold around them, the Athletics continue to climb up the American League playoff ladder.
Brett Anderson flirted with perfection for longer than he ever had in his previous 136 big league starts Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum.
With approximately two-dozen big league players moved at Tuesday’s non-waiver trade deadline, the A’s were left on the outside looking in
For the third straight game Monday, Nick Martini found his name atop the lineup card when he arrived at the Oakland Coliseum.
When the Athletics traded for Jeurys Familia, games like Sunday’s were exactly what they had in mind.