The A’s swept the Angels Thursday afternoon, their 10-6 win fueled by a seven-run, seventh inning rally.
The A’s held a lead twice Saturday night, but an eighth-inning nightmare served up the Giants a 10-5 win.
A pair of two-run home runs from Khris Davis and Marcus Semien backed another sharp outing from starter Mike Fiers.
After a hard-fought four-game set, the A’s and Rangers finished the weekend having given and taken nothing.
Back-to-back home runs from Matt Chapman and Matt Olson powered the A’s to their fifth consecutive win Tuesday night.
With the return of catcher Chris Herrmann, brought to Oakland via free agency on a one-year deal last December, the A’s roster has once again evolved.
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.
Stymied by Felix Peña through the first two frames, the Athletics tallied pairs in the third and fourth frames to beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-2 behind a rock-solid Brett Anderson effort.
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.
Following two losses at the hands of the Rays, the A’s find themselves 1-1/2 games from hosting a potential Wild Card game.
The Athletics rotation, through much of the first half, was in a search for consistency. That search is over.
Trevor Cahill has been two completely different pitchers for the Athletics this season.
When Edwin Jackson tossed six one-run innings in Detroit, he became the 12th Athletics pitcher to make a start this season.
Not one time Saturday afternoon did Edwin Jackson pitch out of the stretch.
The Athletics continued their early-season tumble down the AL West rabbit hole Friday night.
With everything stacked against him, Sean Manaea screamed to the league that his dynamite start to 2018 is for real.
On the surface, it may not have been the obvious setup for a pitcher’s duel: One starter a 20-year veteran who posted a 6.48 ERA last year; the other, a 29-year-old hurler coming off hip surgery.
There wasn’t supposed to be any major questions revolving around the Athletics infield this offseason.
The Oakland offense was the AL’s 5th-highest scoring in the second half of 2017. It had the 8th-highest average, 5th-highest OBP and 2nd-most XBH.