The Oakland A’s (48-34) played their 82nd game of the season on Wednesday, marking halfway through the 2021 season.
Ramon Laureano saved the day in the eighth when he robbed a two-run homer to keep the game tied, then crushed a two-run shot of his own.
The A’s can’t seem to get off to a good start against their division rivals.
The A’s 2020 season was officially put to bed after an emotion-filled 11-6 loss.
Ramon Laureano may have few words and emotion in his interviews, but behind closed doors, he is the A’s vocal speaker.
The A’s and Astros started as simple divisional rivals, and things quickly escalated.
Mark Canha hit a two-run homer in the tenth inning to give the A’s a 3-1 walkoff win Friday night.
Another A’s walk-off win? Of course.
The A’s wouldn’t be as good a team with a larger budget.
The Athletics took complete control over the Mariners in the sixth inning Wednesday behind a first career multi-homer game from Mark Canha.
Blake Treinen was arguably the best reliever in baseball last season. This season has been a different story entirely.
Mike Fiers was forced to wait for nearly two hours before finally flipping out the first pitch Tuesday.
Taking three of four games from the reigning champs is an excellent way for the Athletics to head into their longest road trip of the season.
The 2018 MLB season came to an end Sunday night when the Red Sox experienced the highest of the highs: a World Series championship.
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.
The Athletics continued their tailspin Tuesday night at the Oakland Coliseum, falling a fourth time in five games.
Following a fruitful Friday in Tampa, the Athletics continue to inch closer to their first postseason berth in four years.
Just as they envisioned at the start of the 2018 season, the Athletics improved their postseason positioning Friday night.
Should current standings hold through the remainder of the 2018 Major League Baseball regular season, the Athletics would face the Yankees.
Try as they might, the A’s could never ascend from a second-inning hole, falling 8-7 to the Mariners.
Frankie Montas was missing locations by feet, nearly hitting batters with fastballs targeted at the outside corner.
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.
Ten seconds. That’s how long it took Athletics rookie Ramón Laureano to get to third from home in the second inning Monday.
The last time he faced the Dodgers, Mike Fiers twirled a no-hitter striking out 10. Making his A’s debut Wednesday, he danced with the same fate.
In what was an oddly low-scoring series through the first two games, the A’s proved they can win with less just as effectively as they can with more.
As contenders continue to fold around them, the Athletics continue to climb up the American League playoff ladder.
Brett Anderson flirted with perfection for longer than he ever had in his previous 136 big league starts Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum.