LHP Sean Manaea followed his complete game shutout last week in Seattle with another six innings of scoreless ball.
A sharp Sean Manaea outlasted Shohei Ohtani Friday night, but exited before a seventh-inning A’s rally delivered reliever Yusmeiro Petit his AL-leading seventh win.
James Kaprielian threw seven shutout innings and the A’s avoided a sweep Wednesday afternoon when they beat the Mariners, 6-3.
Ramon Laureano saved the day in the eighth when he robbed a two-run homer to keep the game tied, then crushed a two-run shot of his own.
The Oakland A’s live to see another day, avoiding a sweep behind five home runs for a 9-7 win.
None of the AL’s current postseason contenders want to look across the field in October and see these Athletics staring back at them.
One day after going AWOL, the Oakland offense showed up in a big way scoring five loud runs in the first Friday night.
For the second day in a row, the Athletics jumped out to an early lead via the long ball, but they weren’t able to hold the lead.
The Athletics had Gerrit Cole and Houston against the ropes with a pair of early two-run homers.
Trevor Cahill has been two completely different pitchers for the Athletics this season.
What appeared to be the weakest pitching matchup of the series instead delivered the highest quality hurling of all.
Jed Lowrie launched career homer No. 100 Tuesday, leading Oakland to within one game of the AL West division lead.
When Oakland can get the ball to the back end of its bullpen, it is as tough to beat as anyone.
Brett Anderson flirted with perfection for longer than he ever had in his previous 136 big league starts Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum.
When the Athletics traded for Jeurys Familia, games like Sunday’s were exactly what they had in mind.
The Athletics steamed into the All-Star break, riding a league-best 21-6 record. But they sputtered out of it Friday night.
Cleveland unleashed a late-inning rally over the A’s en route to a 15-3 stomping Sunday afternoon.
For the first time in four days, the Athletics offense found the scoreboard first Saturday afternoon.
Over six innings, Paul Blackburn held Kansas City to three hits while coaxing 12 ground-ball outs.
Frankie Montas, recalled from Triple-A Nashville before the game, did his best to match Daniel Mengden’s Saturday gem.