The Oakland A’s (48-34) played their 82nd game of the season on Wednesday, marking halfway through the 2021 season.
A pair of homers from Joey Gallo and a two-run shot from Nick Solak in the ninth off Domingo Acevedo gave the Rangers just enough.
A sloppy fifth inning was all the Angels needed to keep the A’s from clinching a series win.
Luis Barrera earned his first major league start Sunday, going 1-for-3 in a 6-5 loss to the Angels.
Shooting for a series sweep on Mother’s Day, the A’s came up short, falling to the Rays 4-3.
Cole Irvin threw eight solid innings and Jed Lowrie and Mitch Moreland both drove in a pair of runs as the Oakland A’s beat Toronto.
Solo homers from Sean Murphy and Mitch Moreland weren’t enough to overcome the Orioles in a 3-2 loss.
The Oakland A’s have now won ten straight games after Jesus Luzardo was literally lights out in a 1-0 win.
Manaea shuts out Twins in seven-inning complete game as Moreland, Olson provide the power
A pair of homers from DH Mitch Moreland, the first A’s grand slam of 2021 from Matt Olson, and seven scoreless innings from Sean Manaea lifted the Oakland to a 7-0 win.
Mitch Moreland pinch-hit for the A’s in the ninth inning and did not disappoint.
The Oakland A’s won their first game of 2021 Wednesday afternoon and, of course, it had to come in extra-inning, walk-off fashion.
The 2021 A’s are now the third team in Oakland history to start a season 0-5.
The Oakland A’s watched some of their biggest personalities and team leaders sign contracts with other teams this offseason and didn’t see new additions until …
With cannabis still illegal in Massachusetts — at least for a few more months — the Red Sox rolled into to Oakland to smoke the (Kelly) Green.
The A’s had not swept the Red Sox in four games at home since 1932. That streak will continue at least one more year.
Oakland celebrated a walk-off home run from Mark Canha to hand the Boston Red Sox a second-straight loss Friday night.
Thursday wasn’t Sonny Gray’s shiniest of starts, but he’s no longer winless against Boston.
After seeing the top four teams in the division bunched within nine games of the top spot a season ago, things will only tighten up further. And in a battle of baseball’s brawn, one fewer win for “Beantown” will be enough to punch a ticket the AL’s divisional round.
A’s outfielder Craig Gentry misplayed a Prince Fielder liner to right that allowed two runs to score.