Cole Irvin outdueled Shohei Ohtani and a late three-run homer from Ramón Laureano supplied the offense.
The Oakland A’s (48-34) played their 82nd game of the season on Wednesday, marking halfway through the 2021 season.
The A’s came out swinging Sunday, jumping to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and building on it all afternoon.
After striking out four times Saturday night, Curt Casali delivered a game-winning double into the left field corner in the 10th inning.
On a Monday night when both teams broke out for big innings, Oakland’s was just a bit bigger.
The Matt Attack is back in Oakland, and couldn’t have come at a better time.
An Elvis Andrus line drive to center scored a diving Matt Chapman in the ninth to earn the A’s another walk-off win.
Shooting for a series sweep on Mother’s Day, the A’s came up short, falling to the Rays 4-3.
The A’s entered Wednesday night 13-0 this season when leading after the sixth inning. That marks tumbled to a close.
The Oakland A’s look like a completely different team during their second homestead of 2021.
Behind six crisp, scoreless innings from starter Frankie Montas, the A’s shut out the Tigers 3-0 Friday night.
Detroit outhit Oakland for most of the game but Tigers pitching lost them the game from start to finish.
Matt Chapman did not play Wednesday and was held back from any baseball activity during pregame warmups.
The A’s might have lost more than a game Sunday afternoon, as All-Star third baseman Matt Chapman left with an apparent leg injury.
Daniel Mengden tested positive for Covid-19 on Aug. 29, causing the team to postpone their last four games
Matt Chapman smashed a pair of home runs and Matt Olson joined him in the four-bagger club Thursday to carry the Oakland A’s (18-8) to …
A complete, and utter disaster of a weekend.
The Oakland A’s rolled over the Houston Astros 7-2 Sunday afternoon, sweeping their AL West rivals in a game where the benches cleared.
The Oakland A’s are now two-for-two in the biggest series of this young, shortened season
It took a group effort from Oakland to overcome a mighty debut from Rangers A-ball prospect Anderson Tejada.
The last time Matt Chapman faced Germán Márquez on this exact day two years ago, Chapman hit a home run. He did it again Wednesday.
A game-changing fourth inning that could have gone either way ended up playing in the A’s favor.
The A’s inducted their 2019 Hall of Fame class before the game Saturday, and came out looking like a squad of Hall of Famers when the game started. The eventful afternoon ended in a 12-3 series-clinching drubbing of the Rangers.
The summer heat set off fireworks in Oakland Thursday night.
An elite performance from Frankie Montas almost went to waste Friday night against the Rays.
A game that featured five total home runs, it was a flared single that gave the Athletics their first walkoff win of the season, the first of Chad Pinder’s career.
Tuesday night, the Athletics could put together just four hits against the Astros, losing 9-1. Wednesday, four hits were enough for Oakland to earn a two-game split, riding Frankie Montas to a 2-1 win.
A sharp grounder headed toward the glove of Matt Chapman hit third base and sailed over his head in the ninth inning, sending home two Boston runners.
Six more scoreless innings from Mike Fiers and a solo homer from Matt Chapman were almost all the A’s needed.
The A’s knocked out four home runs and seven hits to defeat the Boston Red Sox 7-0 Monday night.
Due to a flaw in the system, Khris Davis was left without any precious metal following a season that saw him finish as baseball’s home run king.
The 2018 MLB season came to an end Sunday night when the Red Sox experienced the highest of the highs: a World Series championship.
A massive crowd was on hand to celebrate Oakland’s first postseason berth in four years, waiting for the chance to erupt. But the 35,754 never got the chance.
Edwin Jackson has said it countless times since his Oakland arrival in late June: there is something special about this A’s team. The Athletics showed their special …
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.