The Oakland Athletics got a third-straight outstanding performance from their starting pitcher. None of them netted a win.
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.
For the third time in four days, the Oakland Athletics were threatened by a bid at a no-hitter.
With his two-hit, three-RBI performance, David Ortiz provided starter David Price will all the backing he would need as the Red Sox trumped the A’s Friday night.
Three home runs weren’t enough as the Athletics suffered their second-straight loss to Seattle Sunday.
Ross Detwiler tossed an eight inning masterpiece, shutting out the Orioles for the A’s third straight win.
The Baltimore Orioles mustered just three hits as the Oakland Athletics claimed a second-straight victory.
Backed by solid defense, Kendall Graveman continued his recent run of success to collect his fifth win since July.
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.