The competition is set, and now the venue. The Yankees and Athletics will meet at Yankee Stadium on Oct. 3.
Oakland captured a 7-3 sweep-sealing victory from the Rangers Sunday afternoon at the Oakland Coliseum.
The Athletics continue to churn out late-game runs and series victories at the Oakland Coliseum.
The Athletics added their first wave of reinforcements Saturday.
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.
The Athletics rotation, through much of the first half, was in a search for consistency. That search is over.
Ten seconds. That’s how long it took Athletics rookie Ramón Laureano to get to third from home in the second inning Monday.
The product of success, the type of success the Athletics have produced over the last two months, is meaningful late-season games.
What appeared to be the weakest pitching matchup of the series instead delivered the highest quality hurling of all.
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
After celebrating the 100th win in Edwin Jackson’s career Monday night, Tuesday brought more merry-making.
For the third straight game Monday, Nick Martini found his name atop the lineup card when he arrived at the Oakland Coliseum.
The Athletics have just enough time and motivation to make a deadline move and bolster their playoff hopes.
Over the past month, the Athletics have made up 8-1/2 games in the American League Wild Card race.
Chris Bassitt held the Royals to three hits and one run, but on this Saturday afternoon, that wasn’t good enough to beat Danny Duffy.