A sharp Sean Manaea set the tone to stay within striking distance of postseason play with a 3-1 win.
San Diego starter Blake Snell kept Oakland hitters quiet and his bullpen followed his lead.
The Oakland A’s have hit a soft spot right before the All-Star break, dropping two of three to the last-place Rangers.
San Francisco (49-26) and Oakland (46-32) have been the talk of baseball during the first half of the 2021 season.
On a Monday night when both teams broke out for big innings, Oakland’s was just a bit bigger.
LHP Sean Manaea followed his complete game shutout last week in Seattle with another six innings of scoreless ball.
A sharp Sean Manaea outlasted Shohei Ohtani Friday night, but exited before a seventh-inning A’s rally delivered reliever Yusmeiro Petit his AL-leading seventh win.
Ramón Laureano always makes headlines when playing his former team, and he was impactful from the start until the very end.
The A’s picked up their fourth walk-off win of the year on a night when both teams played great, clean baseball.
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.
Detroit outhit Oakland for most of the game but Tigers pitching lost them the game from start to finish.
The Oakland A’s were outpitched, outhit and outplayed in their season-opening series against the Houston Astros, and it wasn’t even close.
Khris Davis may be back, but the rest of the A’s offense now seems to be missing.
The A’s and Astros started as simple divisional rivals, and things quickly escalated.
The A’s pretty much have two options to start Thursday’s final AL Wild Card matchup.
Lockdown pitching and a two-run homer from Matt Olson carried the Oakland A’s to a 3-1 win over the Houston Astros Thursday afternoon. The win …
Matt Chapman smashed a pair of home runs and Matt Olson joined him in the four-bagger club Thursday to carry the Oakland A’s (18-8) to …
On a gorgeous Oakland day for baseball, in front of practically no one, Dylan Bundy did what Sean Manaea couldn’t.
Yellow towels filled the Coliseum Wednesday night, as 54,005 fans turned out only to watch the Oakland A’s end their season
The A’s inducted their 2019 Hall of Fame class before the game Saturday, and came out looking like a squad of Hall of Famers when the game started. The eventful afternoon ended in a 12-3 series-clinching drubbing of the Rangers.