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O. CO COLISEUM — Jesse Chavez tossed six innings with six strikeouts in the A’s 4-1 victory.
From relative nobody to starting pitcher for the Oakland A’s, Sonny Gray has come a long way.
O.CO COLISEUM — Freshly-arrived A’s lefty Scott Kazmir didn’t try to over-do things.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Oakland A’s had plenty of opening day firsts Monday — including first loss.
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.
The Coco Crisp move could be one that paints the A’s organizational landscape for the next 10 years.
O.CO COLISEUM — Coco Crisp told fans Saturday why he returned to the A’s.
Gallery A’s Fan Fest.
The Athletics and Coco Crisp agreed on a two-year extension worth $22.75 million.
Reliever Eric O’Flaherty is recovering from Tommy John surgery until at least midseason.
The A’s can hit. Their defense is awesome. But the weight of the franchise rests on Sonny Gray’s shoulders.
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.
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.
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.
The A’s have lost four of their last five games and their lead in the AL West is just 2-1/2 games over the Texas Rangers.
The Athletics defeated the Texas Rangers 4-2 on Saturday and pushed their American League West division lead back to 3-1/2 games.
The A’s slugged their way into a tie for the best record in baseball with a 9-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night.
Wearing replica 1969 gold uniforms, the A’s beat the Angels 3-1 and now lead the AL West by five games.
One of Yoenis Cespedes’ epic blasts flew an estimated 477 feet at Citi Field in New York.
In a battle between two first-place teams Friday night, perennial Boston hero Dustin Pedroia made the difference.
Two of the best teams in baseball squared off as the A’s take two of three from the Cardinals over the weekend.
Bartolo Colon pitches eight innings to improve to 11-2 and Stephen Vogt ends his 0-for-32 slump in a big way in the A’s 6-1 win over the Cardinals.
Oakland pounded out 17 hits and scored ten unanswered runs to rout Seattle 10-2 on Father’s Day in front of a sold-out crowd.
It seems anytime Mariners ace Felix Hernandez takes the mound, the chances the A’s can beat him are slim to none.
The A’s couldn’t drum up enough offense to keep their 11-game home win streak from coming to an end.
If a long extra-inning game is going to take over five and half hours, it’s only worth it if you get the win.
Brandon Moss hit a pair of home runs and had three RBI in support of Dan Straily to lead the A’s past the Yankees.
Derek Norris had two hits including a three-run homer and four RBIs as the A’s jumped out to a six-run lead.
Bartolo Colon tossed a complete game shutout and Josh Reddick hit the game-winning RBI double.
The Giants closed out their four-game set against the A’s getting timely hitting and clutch pitching Thursday afternoon.
The A’s have taken two straight in the Oakland portion of the Bay Bridge Series before heading to AT&T Park.