Posts Tagged ‘Oakland A’s’
With two impressive hits, Yoenis Cespedes led the A’s to a 10-6 win over the Angels Tuesday night.
The A’s overcame a five run deficit to beat the Angels 10-8 in a game that took 6 hrs. 32 min. and 19 innings.
It’s been a tough week to be an Oakland A’s fan. On Friday night against the Orioles, it got even tougher.
In the battle of the vowels, the O’s hammered the A’s 10-2 in the opener of a six-game homestand for the Athletics.
Oakland is now 11-4 on the season and off to their best start in 23 years after a come-from-behind win Tuesday night.
The A’s are back to playing their brand of “green collar” baseball.
The A’s bring back a club that surprised many by winning the AL West with the league’s lowest payroll.
Despite leading the team in hits and RBi this spring, the A’s likely won’t have a roster spot for their No. 2 prospect, Michael Choice.
The MLB is making the Giants and their fanbase sweat this week, offering guidelines for an A’s move down south.
After Spring Training workouts and batting practice, A’s manager Bob Melvin is “pleasantly surprised” by Hiro Nakajima.
A funny icebreaker by Hiroyuki Nakajima led to an informal ranking of the sexiest general managers in baseball.
Running out of options, the A’s signed Hiroyuki Nakajima from the Seibu Lions of the Japan Pacific League.
After guiding a group of rookies and journeymen to an AL West crown, A’s manager Bob Melvin was honored as the best in the league.
The A’s got more than most expected out of Yoenis Cespedes, who Monday was named the second-best rookie in the American League.