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AT&T PARK — Hector Sanchez didn’t start Tuesday’s game. But he finished it.
Leave it to the Orange & Black to switch things up and make it extra tough to win ballgames.
AT&T PARK — Matt Cain bounced back, but the Giants’ bats couldn’t muster any run support.
The old adage of “pitching wins baseball games” seems to not apply to the 2014 Giants.
From relative nobody to starting pitcher for the Oakland A’s, Sonny Gray has come a long way.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A’s closed their first series by letting Cleveland escape with a 6-4 win.
O.CO COLISEUM — Freshly-arrived A’s lefty Scott Kazmir didn’t try to over-do things.
O.CO COLISEUM — Just shy of five minutes went by with the crowd booing.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Oakland A’s had plenty of opening day firsts Monday — including first loss.
Minor-league closer Heath Hembree has a fighting chance at the Giants Opening Day roster.
SCOTTSDALE — Mike Morse has already made quite an impression on Giants fans.
SURPRISE, Ariz. — Are we witnessing the revival of Tim Lincecum at Spring Training?
San Jose filed a federal appeal of its case to bring the Oakland Athletics to the South Bay.
SCOTTSDALE — The virtually gutless Pablo Sandoval tallied an RBI on a sac fly.
Major League Baseball and its players have banned most — but not all — home plate collisions.
All fans entering AT&T Park this season will be screened by metal detectors at the gates.
The Coco Crisp move could be one that paints the A’s organizational landscape for the next 10 years.
The San Francisco Giants want to leave 2013 in the dust and get back on track for the playoffs.
Reliever Eric O’Flaherty is recovering from Tommy John surgery until at least midseason.
The lack of evidence over PED use makes it unfair to exclude players from the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Tim Hudson joins a Giants rotation that includes All-Star hurlers Lincecum, Matt Cain and Madison Bumgarner.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Detroit Tigers and Justin Verlander outgunned the Oakland A’s to advance to the AL Championship Series.
Detroit prevailed 8-6 over the A’s Tuesday afternoon to send the division series back to Oakland on Thursday.
The Oakland Athletics beaten Detroit with pitching and power to leave the Tigers simmering with frustration.
O.CO COLISEUM — After an epic pitcher’s duel, the Oakland A’s continued their walk-off ways to take Game Two of the AL Division Series.
Despite a late-inning comeback fueled by a Yoenis Cespedes home run, the A’s fell just short and dropped Game 1.
AT&T PARK — Hunter Pence ended a forgettable 2013 season with a ninth-inning walk-off single in the Giants’ season finale.
Hunter Pence’s home run and contract were among the few things that went the Giants’ way Saturday.
The A’s won the West in decisive fashion, sealing their 16th division title in franchise history.
The A’s looked like a first-place team Friday night, as their solid starting pitching and big hits demolished the Twins.
In an epic back-and-forth battle in front of 11,461 fans in Oakland, the A’s pulled out more late-inning drama.
If anybody needed another reason to hate the Dodgers, they just gave it to you.
It was an epic battle of the two-run home run, but the A’s eventually fell to the Angels 5-4 in 11 innings.
The A’s are on the cusp of another AL West crown, but owner Lew Wolff is disappointed over meager attendance.
After a pitcher’s duel prevailed much of Tuesday night, The A’s pulled off some late-inning magic to defeat the Angels.