After a disheartening 6-5 defeat Sunday, the A’s find themselves on the mathematical brink of elimination from postseason play.
James Kaprielian threw seven shutout innings and the A’s avoided a sweep Wednesday afternoon when they beat the Mariners, 6-3.
The Mariners jumped on the scoreboard in the first inning Tuesday night, holding off the A’s in a tight 4-3 win.
A season-high 11 strikeouts from Frankie Montas wasn’t enough to shut down the Mariners Monday night.
The San Francisco Giants and the Seattle Mariners wrapped up the opening series to the 2021 season after Saturday’s rubber match. The Giants gave the …
Home runs once again gave the Giants the offense they needed to take down the Mariners.
The facemasks remain on, but the sights and sounds of baseball have finally returned.
The A’s end the regular season on a high note.
The second game of Saturday’s doubleheader was over in the third inning, or maybe even when you looked at the A’s starting line up before the game.
The 2020 A’s were undefeated in six extra inning games after Friday night’s walk-off win. They couldn’t make it seven Saturday.
Mark Canha hit a two-run homer in the tenth inning to give the A’s a 3-1 walkoff win Friday night.
A road trip to … Oracle Park?
For the first time ever, baseball was played on Mars!
The Giants offense did what they do best Tuesday night, come from behind using the long ball.
The Athletics took complete control over the Mariners in the sixth inning Wednesday behind a first career multi-homer game from Mark Canha.
Back-to-back home runs from Matt Chapman and Matt Olson powered the A’s to their fifth consecutive win Tuesday night.
An opener is supposed to be a tool or a strength for the pitching rotation, but it was quite the opposite Saturday evening.
Back-to-back homers from Matt Olson and Mark Canha helped the Oakland A’s get their first victory of the season 6-2 against the Seattle Mariners Friday …
The sights are set much higher in Oakland, but a Sunday win was a huge benchmark for the Athletics — it secured their first winning season in four years.
Try as they might, the A’s could never ascend from a second-inning hole, falling 8-7 to the Mariners.