There seems to be a 1990s nostalgia feel around this years New York Yankees heading into the 2018 season.
Lone active “A” Khris Davis is joined by a veritable who’s who of green and gold glory.
In their third attempt at a series sweep this season, the A’s once again came up short.
The Blue Jays ran themselves out of two solid scoring opportunities. And that was all the A’s would need.
Sean Manaea extended his run of dominance, quieting the Toronto Blue Jays over 6 innings.
The Oakland Athletics fell short of sweeping the Toronto Blue Jays, dropping Sunday’s afternoon tilt 5-3.
The A’s need to act quickly and trade for third base prospect Joey Gallo, or watch their run with Sonny Gray go for nothing.
Scott Kazmir was traded thursday morning, and while it was expected, many fans are unsure of what to expect.
Kendall Graveman fell victim to the most powerful offensive force in baseball Tuesday.
Former A’s third baseman Josh Donaldson has been breaking records. And he isn’t done yet.
Athletics fans are ready to move on from the bad break-ups of seasons past onto the fresher, younger version of their team.
In Brett Lawrie, fans should expect an average hitter and average defender with room to grow.
Lewis Wolff and John Fisher are pure businessmen. Not baseball people.
The A’s are dabbling in the realm of actually spending money to acquire players.
O.CO COLISEUM — It’s not every day a team can score 10 runs without a home run.