Cole Irvin outdueled Shohei Ohtani and a late three-run homer from Ramón Laureano supplied the offense.
The Oakland A’s have hit a soft spot right before the All-Star break, dropping two of three to the last-place Rangers.
The Oakland A’s (48-34) played their 82nd game of the season on Wednesday, marking halfway through the 2021 season.
Newly called-up DH Frank Schwindel made his Oakland debut Wednesday night, hitting a two-run homer in his first at-bat to help lift Oakland to a 3-1 win.
A pair of homers from Joey Gallo and a two-run shot from Nick Solak in the ninth off Domingo Acevedo gave the Rangers just enough.
Oakland announced a handful of roster changes Tuesday.
The A’s came out swinging Sunday, jumping to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and building on it all afternoon.
After striking out four times Saturday night, Curt Casali delivered a game-winning double into the left field corner in the 10th inning.
San Francisco (49-26) and Oakland (46-32) have been the talk of baseball during the first half of the 2021 season.
On the warmest day of the year, the A’s stayed red hot.
On a Monday night when both teams broke out for big innings, Oakland’s was just a bit bigger.
The Matt Attack is back in Oakland, and couldn’t have come at a better time.
The A’s completely dominated the Royals Saturday afternoon, scoring in six of eight innings with contributions from every Oakland player.
An Elvis Andrus line drive to center scored a diving Matt Chapman in the ninth to earn the A’s another walk-off win.
A crisply-played game with great defense behind solid pitching got derailed in the seventh.
LHP Sean Manaea followed his complete game shutout last week in Seattle with another six innings of scoreless ball.
Chris Bassitt reminded everyone he can go deep into games, allowing two runs on four hits.
The Oakland A’s reinstated LHP Jesús Luzardo from the injured list Sunday morning and by Sunday afternoon, Luzardo was on the mound
The Oakland A’s sputtered at the plate Sunday afternoon, losing 4-2 to split the four-game series with the Los Angeles Angels.
A sloppy fifth inning was all the Angels needed to keep the A’s from clinching a series win.
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.
Chris Bassitt pitched his first major league complete game Thursday night, and he did it in shutout fashion.
James Kaprielian threw seven shutout innings and the A’s avoided a sweep Wednesday afternoon when they beat the Mariners, 6-3.
Luis Barrera earned his first major league start Sunday, going 1-for-3 in a 6-5 loss to the Angels.
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.
Coming into Thursday afternoon, the A’s were 21-3 when out-homering their opponent this season. They are now 21-4.
The A’s lost ugly to the Houston Astros Wednesday night, as the Oakland bullpen turned what had been a clean, tight game into an 8-1 defeat.
Ramón Laureano always makes headlines when playing his former team, and he was impactful from the start until the very end.
Shooting for a series sweep on Mother’s Day, the A’s came up short, falling to the Rays 4-3.
The A’s picked up their fourth walk-off win of the year on a night when both teams played great, clean baseball.
Mark Canha leads the majors this season in being hit by pitches, already having been plunked 8 times.
The A’s held their own for the first three innings Thursday afternoon, then quickly lost their stride
The A’s entered Wednesday night 13-0 this season when leading after the sixth inning. That marks tumbled to a close.
Cole Irvin threw eight solid innings and Jed Lowrie and Mitch Moreland both drove in a pair of runs as the Oakland A’s beat Toronto.
Ramón Laureano hit a game-winning, two-run homer for the second straight game to carry the A’s to a 5-4 win.