One game: That's the only shot the Giants get at advancing in this year's postseason.
AT&T Park — In their final home game of the regular season the Giants topped the Padres 9-3.
AT&T PARK — AT&T Park looked more like a venue for New Kids on the Block Saturday.
AT&T PARK — After yesterday's playoff-clinching drama, Friday night fell a bit short.
AT&T PARK — Champagne flowed through the clubhouse after Thursday's playoff-clinching win.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's have already sustained the worst collapse in the history of baseball.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's got on base. But like Napoleon Dynamite, they couldn't score.
O.CO COLISEUM — It's not often a team scores six runs on two hits.
O.CO COLISEUM — Josh Donaldson delivered an 8-6 win in the tenth inning on a walk-off homer.
O.CO COLISEUM — Just as the A's looked to be gaining momentum, the mood soured.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's offense showed up for an inning against the last-place Phillies.
O.CO Coliseum — Moving forward the Oakland A's need to find a way to do one thing — win.
O.CO COLISEUM — Each game, the A's seem to come up with a new way to lose.
O.CO COLISEUM — After a feel-good weekend, what followed was a costly comedy of errors.
AT&T PARK — Clayton Kershaw helped extend Los Angeles' lead to three with 13 to play.
AT&T PARK — Saturday night's game was all Dodgers, as they absolutely pummeled the Giants.
AT&T PARK — San Francisco is now just one game shy of taking back first place.
AT&T PARK — Commissioner of Baseball Bud Selig made AT&T Park the 18th stop on his farewell tour.
AT&T PARK — Giants starting pitching added another chapter to its success Thursday afternoon.
Oakland failed to muster any resemblance of an offense falling again to the White Sox Thursday.
U.S. CELLULAR FIELD — The White Sox muzzled A's hitters while showing just enough pop of their own in a somewhat sleepy 2-1 win.
AT&T PARK — Wednesday night's game started a little late, and so did the Giants' bats.
In his first complete game of the season Yusmeiro Petit stifled the Diamondbacks in Tuesday's 5-1 victory.
The Oakland A's bounced back from Monday's loss, crushing the White Sox 11-2 Tuesday night.
CHICAGO — White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers punished the A's with two late home runs, one to tie and the second to win.
O.CO COLISEUM — A's relievers Ryan Cook and Fernando Abad simply couldn't throw strikes in the ninth inning.
O.CO COLISEUM — Oakland's first walk-off win since Aug. 4 came after a frustrating battle with the work-in-progress Houston Astros.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's forgot the codes to launch their offense Friday night.
O.CO COLISEUM — Jon Lester was acquired to pitch in big games. Wednesday fit the bill — but without the results.
O.CO COLISEUM — With the A's showing zero fight, it looked as though Seattle would cruise to a win.
AT&T PARK — The Giants capped off a dominant series Sunday afternoon with an emphatic 15-5 win.
AT&T PARK — Saturday was the deepest Giants starter Jake Peavy ever carried a no-hit bid.
The 49ers will be without star outside linebacker Aldon Smith until Nov. 16 vs. the New York Giants.
AT&T PARK — Now is a good time for the Giants to be heating up.
AT&T PARK — A 78-mph slider inked Yusmeiro Petit's name in baseball history.
AT&T PARK — Wednesday's Giants win over Colorado was more than just a win.
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