Since he joined the Athletics in 2016, no American Leaguer has hit more home run than Khris Davis. Only four have driven in more runs.
The 2017 Winter Meetings wrapped with a Bay Area team trading for a California-born right fielder.
Lone active "A" Khris Davis is joined by a veritable who's who of green and gold glory.
Khris Davis not only led the Athletics in home runs (43) and RBIs (110), he was tops in runs (91) and total bases (299).
A funny thing happened on the way to 87 losses.
"Opportunistic" is one word that can be used to describe the Athletics' 2017 season.
Mark Canha sent Oakland fans home happy one final time in 2017 with a walkoff blast in the bottom of the ninth.
The Mariners again denied the Athletics a chance at their first winning month since April 2016.
Coming off a scratched start, lost to a groin strain, six days ago, Jharel Cotton made it though 5 scoreless frames Sunday before he was lifted.
An injured backup catcher made the Athletics front page news Saturday night before a pitch had even been thrown.
The Athletics had a chance to play spoiler against the Wild Card-hopeful Rangers. All it took was a solo home run.
Matt Olson stomped into Philadelphia and put on a power display that would not go unnoticed.
Athletics Khris Davis and Ryon Healy have been named among Major League Baseball's Silver Slugger Award finalists.
For any professional sports franchise in throes of complete rebuild, there are certain checkpoints offering promise of a corner turned.
With a 96-mph fastball, Charlie Morton blew away Matt Joyce for the second out in the second inning of Game 1 Saturday.
Behind three separate crooked-number innings, the Athletics ran away to a 11-1 whooping of the Astros in Game 1.
Sign-stealing is as much a part of baseball as base-stealing.
Runners at second can tap a foot, depending on which would tell the batter if the pitch will be inside or outside. In 2005, then- Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark …
Sean Manaea provided the legwork and Khris Davis did the heavy lifting as the Athletics labored their way clear of an eight-game losing streak.
Players chose nicknames to be worn on the back of their unique uniforms, but few teams wore them as well as the Athletics.
With exactly five weeks left on the 2017 MLB slate, the league has struck out a total of 32,107 times -- 8.24 times per game.
Cam Gallagher is anything but a power hitter. In seven minor league seasons, Gallagher had hit 26 home runs — never more than five in a year.
So, it’s only fitting — given the way Jharel Cotton‘s season has…
Kendall Graveman made the big inning stand up, tossing his best game since May to carry his club to an 9-3 answer-back thumping
Baltimore handed Sean Manaea a third-consecutive poor start, knocking the lefty out before the vendor popcorn finished popping.
Riding the red-hot bat of the AL's leader in two-base hits, the Athletics overcame an eighth-inning deficit to steal one from the Orioles.
Oakland and Seattle engaged in a mid-July home run derby under a gloomy, overcast East Bay sky.
The Athletics couldn't summon quite enough offense to knock of the postseason hopeful Mariners, falling 7-6 in 10 innings Tuesday night.
The Oakland Athletics continued their freefall, committing two more errors and losing their fifth in a row.
Oakland Athletics starter Chris Smith hasn't won a big league game since June 24, 2008. His valiant effort Tuesday night wasn't enough.
All the momentum gathered in Oakland's three-game weekend sweep of the reigning AL champs was snuffed out Monday night.
The Oakland offense handed Sean Manaea an early lead, and the big lefty embraced the advantage.
Khris Davis' game-winner capped an evening that included the first and second homers of Matt Chapman's career.
A slugfest that began with a Melky Cabrera two-run home run in the third was finished with a walk-off homer from Franklin Barreto.
The Oakland Athletics got a third-straight outstanding performance from their starting pitcher. None of them netted a win.
The Oakland Athletics could not have asked for more from Paul Blackburn making his major league debut.
Atlanta starter Mike Foltynewicz silenced Oakland bats through eight, but a Matt Olson solo home run robbed Foltynewicz of his date with destiny.
Sonny Gray was lit up in the first, surrendering five hits, two walks and five runs to the Astros.