The Athletics have been patiently waiting for All-Star Jed Lowrie to awaken from his second-half slumber.
This could be a week the A's look back on at the end of the season and either lament or exult.
In what was an oddly low-scoring series through the first two games, the A’s proved they can win with less just as effectively as they can with more.
Brett Anderson flirted with perfection for longer than he ever had in his previous 136 big league starts Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum.
With approximately two-dozen big league players moved at Tuesday's non-waiver trade deadline, the A's were left on the outside looking in
The Athletics have just enough time and motivation to make a deadline move and bolster their playoff hopes.
If you weren't one of the 146,290 fans who were in attendance at the Oakland Coliseum over the weekend, you missed a lot.
When the Athletics traded for Jeurys Familia, games like Sunday's were exactly what they had in mind.
Oakland's TNT was made all the more potent -- their games shortened even further -- when the A's announced the acquisition of Jeurys Familia.
Over the past month, the Athletics have made up 8-1/2 games in the American League Wild Card race.
Stephen Piscotty stayed as hot as an Independence Day firecracker Sunday, finishing the first half on a nine-game hitting streak.
Game one of the Bay Bridge Series went to San Francisco Friday night.
Jed Lowrie will almost certainly be named an injury replacement in the coming days, joining Blake Treinen in the 2018 MLB All-Star Game.
It's hard to imagine Matt Chapman improving defensively, but that has become quite feasible.
When Edwin Jackson tossed six one-run innings in Detroit, he became the 12th Athletics pitcher to make a start this season.
Cleveland unleashed a late-inning rally over the A's en route to a 15-3 stomping Sunday afternoon.
His second cortisone shot in just about four months, this time higher in the thumb in the joint near the wrist, has left Chapman pain-free.
The A's are one hot run from sliding into the second WC slot, and they put themselves in the hunt with contributions from everyone on the roster.
For the first time in four days, the Athletics offense found the scoreboard first Saturday afternoon.
Matt Chapman has been struggling with lingering pain in his right hand since the end of the 2017 season.
Introducing first-round draft pick Kyler Murray, Billy Beane had trouble naming a player of past or present with comparable talent.
The Astros jumped on starter Frankie Montas and the Athletics early. And in the same way they had done all series, they never let up.
After a 772-day absence from the major league mound, Chris Bassitt's road to recovery finally reached its destination last Saturday.
But by the time birthday boy Jonathan Lucroy dug into the box for his first at-bat of the evening the game had already been decided.
Since 2016, Khris Davis has swatted 102 home runs, more than any other major leaguer in that time. He is in search of his first ASG nod.
Murray, from Allen, Texas, is a dual-sport athlete and plans to play football in the fall for the University of Oklahoma.
After mustering just one hit Wednesday night and three runs in the previous three game, the A's got the offense going.
Sean Manaea came in with a 5.96 ERA in four previous starts this month and couldn't make it through the fourth.
Davis, who leads the A's and is among baseball's top 10 in home runs and RBIs, was placed on the 10-day disabled list Wednesday.
Nothing played as significant a role in the A's recently completed 7-3 road trip as the bullpen.
The 2018 Oakland Athletics are not a playoff team. But they are closer to a postseason berth than the AL West cellar.
Dustin Fowler, 23, made his Major League debut June 29, 2017 with the Yankees.
Putting the ball in play against Cole didn't help the A's cause as they could muster just a single run, falling to the Astros 4-1.
Stephen Piscotty returned to the A's lineup Tuesday, two days after losing his mother to ALS.
The Athletics won Sunday, 2-1, beating Baltimore to earn a sweep and send the Orioles deeper into the American League cellar.
Trevor Cahill continues to be a revelation for the Athletics.