Five batters into the game, Drew Pomeranz was already one knee, watching a ball sail into the left field bleachers, with Chris Taylor circling the bases after hitting a three-run homer.
Sunday was supposed to be about a lot of things at AT&T Park: appreciation for Hunter Pence in his final appearance as a Giant after …
The A’s (67-47) proved Tuesday that they are susceptible to struggle in games that feature small-ball.
Right-hander Chris Stratton takes the mound Saturday against Dodgers lefty Rich Hill in a re-match of last Sunday’s 9-0 Dodger shutout.
The Dodgers were an absolute force in 2017 landing in the franchise’s first World Series since 1988.
The A’s young roster is also peppered with veterans, many of whom boast high trade value.
The same Giants who struggled to get hits beyond the infield have now hit 16 home runs in 15 games.
The A’s (1-1) placed John Axford on the disabled list Wednesday after the reliever felt pain in his throwing shoulder while warming up Tuesday.
The Dodgers win the division and make another playoff run with their strong pitching staff. The Giants have a decent season and fight for a wild-card spot.
The Oakland Athletics came four outs from bringing an 0-6 week to the most catastrophic end imaginable.
Jharel Cotton, one of three pitchers the A’s acquired in a deadline trade with the Dodgers, is forcing the A’s to make a tough decision.
Stumbling through a one-win week, the A’s must search to find positives upon which to build.
The Oakland Athletics have now used the disabled list once for each spot on the active roster.
Oakland has again emerged as a seller, not a buyer, at the trade deadline, dispatching two of their best players.
Through the season’s first four months, Hill (9-3, 2.25 ERA) has been the best starter on the Oakland staff.
Bob Melvin’s contingency plan, should substitutions be needed, will include the more athletic members of the pitching staff.
After a rare bullpen blunder by Ryan Dull, the Oakland Athletics once again showed late-inning scrappiness.
The Oakland Athletics clawed back from an early deficit Tuesday night for the fifth time in five second-half games.
The first three Oakland Athletics games of the second half delivered a preview of what the final 73 could hold.
The Oakland Athletics fell short of sweeping the Toronto Blue Jays, dropping Sunday’s afternoon tilt 5-3.
Behind recent call-up Ryon Healy’s first career hit and home run, the A’s made it back-to-back wins.
The injury bug has once again reared its ugly head for the Oakland Athletics.
With Rich Hill starting, the A’s took an 8-1 win and completed their first home sweep of the season.
The Oakland Athletics will soon be forced to make decisions regarding their rotation.