Lone active “A” Khris Davis is joined by a veritable who’s who of green and gold glory.
Though it was merely three years ago, every member of the Athletics’ most recent postseason run has now since departed Oakland.
The Oakland offense handed Sean Manaea an early lead, and the big lefty embraced the advantage.
It took Sonny Gray a while to settle in. But when he did, he blew by Cleveland, carrying Oakland to a 5-0 win.
Wednesday was all about breaking the norms for the Oakland Athletics.
The A’s boast baseball’s sixth-best home record — and the second-worst road record.
Though Aaron Judge has been showered with “MVP” for each at-bat, it was Ryon Healy who mashed a pair of long home runs Saturday.
The Blue Jays ran themselves out of two solid scoring opportunities. And that was all the A’s would need.
Sean Manaea extended his run of dominance, quieting the Toronto Blue Jays over 6 innings.
The Washington Nationals were able to hang a 20-spot in the hit column, earning a 13-3 thrashing of the hapless Oakland Athletics.
Sonny Gray continued his 2017 search for his 2015 self Wednesday. And, in what was his most dominant start in nearly two full years, he gave the Oakland crowd more than a mere glimpse at his Cy Young-type form.
Like a bothersome mite refusing to flee, the injury bug continues to nibble on the Oakland Athletics’ season.
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.
For a pitching staff with the American League’s third-highest ERA, the wait for reinforcements is nearing its end.
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.
It was a day-long party at the Oakland Coliseum, and the Athletics brought the fireworks.
It will be a deep bullpen and shallow bench for the Oakland Athletics starting the 2017 season.
Following back-to-back seasons of 90-plus losses, the A’s are primed to once again rise from the American League West cellar.
Just two years removed statistically the worst bullpen in the American League, the Oakland Athletics have built one of the deepest.
After a bizarre call in the third inning prompted a protest from manager Bob Melvin, the Oakland Athletics fell 2-1 in 10 innings to the Houston Astros.
The Oakland A’s have suspended strength coach Michael Henriques after he reportedly admitted to hiding a camera in the team’s weight room.
After San Francisco swept Oakland in late July, the Green and Gold decided it wouldn’t happen again.
Sean Doolittle and Coco Crisp both made big impacts on Oakland’s win Monday.
Mark Canha and Danny Valencia helped the A’s score seven runs in the seventh inning in their win over Tampa Bay.
Tyler Clippard becomes the next A’s player to be shipped away, as Oakland received pitcher Casey Meisner from the New York Mets in exchange.
The A’s dodged a .50 caliber bullet late Friday night, with their best player back in the lineup one day after being hit by a pitch in the elbow.
Fans waved rainbow flags and danced the night away at Oakland’s first-ever LGBT Pride night.