All Bay, All Day
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.
The A's couldn't navigate the cold, wet, Seattle-like weather at the Oakland Coliseum Tuesday night, falling 3-2 in 10 innings.
Nothing played as significant a role in the A's recently completed 7-3 road trip as the bullpen.
The Giants came into Sunday’s game with a 15-6 record in games in which they score first.
The Giants scattered four hits over the final eight innings and failed to ever string anything together.
The sun was ready for baseball at AT&T Park on Wednesday afternoon. But the Giants were not.
One fourth-inning rally had both starters hitting the showers long before the Giants made it two in a row over the Reds.
The 2018 Oakland Athletics are not a playoff team. But they are closer to a postseason berth than the AL West cellar.
In their AT&T Park homecoming Monday night, the Giants put an end to Cincinnati’s six-game winning streak.
Madison Bumgarner threw a bullpen session Monday, his first since undergoing surgery to repair a fractured left pinkie knuckle.
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.
Falling behind 5-0 didn't help the A's chances, but neither did facing the best Dallas Keuchel of the season.
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.
It seemed like a long time ago when Matt Olson last hit a ball to a galaxy far, far away.
The first ninth-inning home run served up by Giants closer Hunter Strickland this season turned out to be a big one.
The Giants placed Johnny Cueto on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to Sunday, with right elbow inflammation ahead of Tuesday’s game.
Bochy's second pinch-hitter of the ninth inning, Nick Hundley, sent a liner up the middle to give the Giants a walkoff win.
After the April he had, being optioned was the best thing that could have happened to Kendall Graveman.
The Giants offense put the screws to Kenta Maeda from the start and never let up, taking a 4-2 victory.
Game two of Saturday’s Giants-Dodgers doubleheader held no similarity to the one that came before it.
It would be hard to imagine a worse way for game one of a doubleheader to go than how Saturday's went for the Giants.
The Giants have been bitten by the injury bug again, and Saturday they made a few roster adjustments to fill the new holes in their lineup.
The Giants struck early with a burst of power in Friday night’s rival game with the Dodgers.
The Giants entered Wednesday with a chance to sweep their first series of 2018 and reach .500 for the first time since April 12. Instead, they’ll limp into an off-day two games under smarting from a 15-2 thumping.
With help from the blazing bats of Brandon Belt and Mac Williamson, Ty Blach and the Giants handed the struggling Nationals a fourth-straight loss.
Chris Stratton made Bryce Harper and his Nationals look ineffectual Monday night at AT&T Park handing Washington its third straight loss, 4-2.
The Giants expect lefty reliever Will Smith to make his long awaited return to the big league roster on May 1.
The story of Manaea's no-no, the 12th in A's history and seventh in Oakland, and its significance didn't start at 6:07 p.m. Friday.
Jeff Samardzija was reactivated for his first start of the season Friday against the Angels after suffering a right pectoral strain in Spring Training.
After 103 weeks, Chris Bassitt's long road to recovery from Tommy John surgery has brought him all the way back to Oakland.
Green and gold-clad fanatics may not have been hanging from the proverbial rafters, but it was a raucous crowd nonetheless.
Entering the 2018 MLB season, Oakland's greatest question lied in the rotation.
After a six-year merry-go-round ride through Major League Baseball, Trevor Cahill will make his return to the Oakland Coliseum Tuesday night.