Following back-to-back seasons of 90-plus losses, the A's are primed to once again rise from the American League West cellar.
With ace Sonny Gray sidelined by injury, Kendall Graveman will get the first Opening Day nod of his young career.
Behind a dominating performance, the USA has risen to the peak of world baseball competition claiming its first World Baseball Classic title.
The Athletics are showing their Oakland roots and honoring the return of baseball for season No. 50 in "The Town."
An overflowing stockpile of top-end talent is the envy of any pro sports franchise, but the A's front office's hand has been forced.
For the first time in the brief history of the World Baseball Classic the United States of America will play for the tournament's ultimate prize.
The location of a new A's stadium is on schedule for announcement this year, according to team president Dave Kaval.
Adam Jones' seventh-inning home run-robbing snag will make its way into the hearts of a nation and onto highlight reels for ages.
Just two years removed statistically the worst bullpen in the American League, the Oakland Athletics have built one of the deepest.
Jake Smolinski, who had been the frontrunner for the Oakland Athletics fifth outfielder spot, will have right shoulder surgery on Friday.
The Oakland Athletics offense was quieted by the Colorado Rockies, who tallied four ninth-inning runs to snag a 4-3 Cactus League win on Tuesday.
It wasn't pretty, but Raul Alcantara showed his teeth battling through 2-2/3 quality innings against the Chicago Cubs.
With a potential berth into the second round firmly its own hands, Team USA put together its best performance of the World Baseball Classic.
Eleven players, including top prospect Richie Martin, were reassigned to the Oakland Athletics' minor league camp, the team announced Sunday.
Led by a second consecutive late-inning rally, the Oakland Athletics netted their sixth-consecutive Cactus League win Sunday afternoon.
With 3-1/3 strong innings Saturday, Andrew Triggs bolstered his stock in search of a starting spot on this year's Oakland A's.
Behind a powerful performance from Ryon Healy, and a walk-off double from Max Schrock, the Oakland Athletics out-slugged the Texas Rangers.
Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin will be absent from the dugout for at least one more game following the death of his mother.
In the previous three tournaments, Team USA has gone without a single medal, finishing fourth in 2009, its only trip to the semifinals.
The crack of the bat. The pop of gloves. The fizzle of a frosty beer. At last, baseball is back.
Oakland Athletics pitcher Sonny Gray will not represent the USA in the World Baseball Classic in March.
The league announced its intention to push forward a rule change allowing managers the ability to intentionally walk a batter using the simple act of signalling from the dugout.
The A's announced they will rename the playing surface of the Oakland Coliseum "Rickey Henderson Field."
Digging deep into the dominant Oakland Athletics teams of the 1970s, MLB Network's documentary "The Swingin' A's" delves into everything from the team's kooky stylings to MC Hammer.
With the Warriors leaving Oakland, and the Raiders courting suitors, the A's could be the last bastion of hope for East Bay fans.
They made no major splash. No huge individual addition. But the Oakland Athletics spent the offseason tending to every perceived need.
In 2017, the A's expect to recapture the golden glory of their recent postseason past. Doing so will require equal parts swingin' and slingin'.
A's veteran catcher Stephen Vogt serves as a secondary coach, leader of pitchers, along with providing a solid portion of the team's offense -- making him the team's most important player.
A's starting pitcher Sonny Gray expressed confidence in a more compact delivery he's worked on following a difficult 2016 season.
The Oakland Athletics' newest acquisition brings production beyond his modest statistics.
Matt Chapman possesses the arm necessary to be among the top defenders in minor league baseball. Monday, Chapman was honored as such.
By bringing Rajai Davis back to Oakland on a one-year deal the front office has filled one need, but has no interest in resting on its laurels.
Fresh off an American League Pennant run with Cleveland, Rajai Davis has returned to the A's after agreeing a one-year pact.
Golden State was dominant while beating the Raptors, and three days after a tough defeat at the hands of Cleveland.
Draymond Green is still being overlooked as an elite NBA defender.
A few of the A's top prospects will be jostling for roster spots after the club announced a group of non-roster invitees will compete during spring training.