The Athletics have been patiently waiting for All-Star Jed Lowrie to awaken from his second-half slumber.
The last time he faced the Dodgers, Mike Fiers twirled a no-hitter striking out 10. Making his A's debut Wednesday, he danced with the same fate.
The Sean Manaea-Jonathan Lucroy battery has produced some memorable moments. Tuesday, the duo led the Athletics to a 8-3 victory over the Blue Jays.
After celebrating the 100th win in Edwin Jackson's career Monday night, Tuesday brought more merry-making.
Cleveland unleashed a late-inning rally over the A's en route to a 15-3 stomping Sunday afternoon.
Despite a laborious first two innings, Paul Blackburn settled down to retire 14 of 15 en route to a 3-1 Oakland win.
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.
The Athletics continued their early-season tumble down the AL West rabbit hole Friday night.
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.
Chris Bassitt held the Royals to three hits and one run, but on this Saturday afternoon, that wasn't good enough to beat Danny Duffy.
The A's wasted no time getting on the board Friday night as Davis dropped the hammer in the first inning.
Over six innings, Paul Blackburn held Kansas City to three hits while coaxing 12 ground-ball outs.
The A’s found themselves in a 6-0 clampdown by Nathan Eovaldi and the Tampa Bay Rays.
With their entire roster slumping, the Oakland offense is hardly in position to overcome a three-run deficit.
For the third time in four starts, Trevor Cahill was absolutely overwhelming at home.
It wasn't pretty. But with a 4-3 victory Thursday afternoon, the Athletics brought to a close their five-game home losing streak.
Two games have come and gone since the Athletics returned to the Oakland Coliseum. And they have yet to unpack their offense.
The A's couldn't navigate the cold, wet, Seattle-like weather at the Oakland Coliseum Tuesday night, falling 3-2 in 10 innings.
The 2018 Oakland Athletics are not a playoff team. But they are closer to a postseason berth than the AL West cellar.
Sean Manaea struggled through his worst start of the season Tuesday night at the Oakland Coliseum.
Behind Mengden, back-to-back first-inning homers from Davis and Olson, and some clutch late-inning at-bats, the A's top the O's.
After a five hour-and-48 minute slugfest, Matt Olson's two-out walkoff liner propelled the Athletics to a 12-11 14-inning victory.
On the surface, it may not have been the obvious setup for a pitcher's duel: One starter a 20-year veteran who posted a 6.48 ERA last year; the other, a 29-year-old hurler coming off hip surgery.
Certain levels of fanfare come with the title of "Japanese Babe Ruth." Shohei Ohtani brought it all to Oakland over the weekend.
Daniel Mengden battled for 5-2/3 innings, but his six runs surrendered were too many for the A's to overcome.
Marcus Semien sent most of the nearly-30,000 home happy when he slapped an 11th-inning walkoff single to center.
Dustin Fowler will wear the green and gold of the Oakland Athletics in 2018. He just won't be in them on opening weekend.
There wasn't supposed to be any major questions revolving around the Athletics infield this offseason.
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 Oakland offense was the AL's 5th-highest scoring in the second half of 2017. It had the 8th-highest average, 5th-highest OBP and 2nd-most XBH.
"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.
The Mariners sent the previously overpowering Oakland pitchers reeling with a seven-run outburst.
After Saturday's doubleheader, Oakland and Houston Sunday afternoon seemed to hit the snooze button on the alarm clock for their bats.