Now that Belt is healthy and back on the field, his focus is building up strength.
The Oakland A’s watched some of their biggest personalities and team leaders sign contracts with other teams this offseason and didn’t see new additions until …
Bruce Bochy confirmed that Pablo Sandoval, Steven Duggar and Gerardo Parra have made the Opening Day roster.
Friday afternoon, dark clouds converged on the Giants Spring Training camp in Scottsdale.
Given the A’s handful of offseason additions, a few veterans will join the youngsters unable to seize one of the few vacancies.
Predicting the Giants 25-man roster-to-be one week into March is equal parts clear and cloudy.
Mac Williamson could start the year in Sacramento and the outfield picture will look a little like this: Denard Span, Hunter Pence and Jarrett Parker.
Jake Smolinski, who had been the frontrunner for the Oakland Athletics fifth outfielder spot, will have right shoulder surgery on Friday.
The Oakland Athletics offense was quieted by the Colorado Rockies, who tallied four ninth-inning runs to snag a 4-3 Cactus League win on Tuesday.
Led by a second consecutive late-inning rally, the Oakland Athletics netted their sixth-consecutive Cactus League win Sunday afternoon.
The crack of the bat. The pop of gloves. The fizzle of a frosty beer. At last, baseball is back.
The reigning champion Kansas City Royals made a bold decision to stand pat while watching their top divisional competitors get better. With the addition of …
The Oakland Athletics salvaged one of three games against the Bay Area rival San Francisco Giants in both teams’ final tune-up.
Competing for the NL West summit may prove especially hard for the meandering San Diego Padres.
A left-handed starter whose fastball is capable of reaching the upper-90s, Sean Manaea has garnered comparisons to Hall of Famer Randy Johnson. The top pitching …
San Francisco Giants fans will get a chance to join the team on the field this season at AT&T Park with the help of a new virtual reality system.
A’s players got creative finding ways to spend the offseason.
Recent history has shown that having a dominant front-end starter and reliable closer greatly increases a team’s chances of claiming the game’s greatest prize. In a pair of former first-round draft picks, the Oakland Athletics have exactly that.
San Francisco realized they needed an impact signing for their outfield, and did what they could to find the right guy.
The 2016 season might as well be here already, with Giants fans awash with even-year anticipation.