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Inside Pitch: Oakland’s future has arrived

The future is now for the A's. Following a painful move, six of the organization's top 10 prospects now make their baseball home in Oakland.
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A’s drop first game of post-Vogt era, suffer sour sweep

Like marauders in the night, the Houston Astros stormed the Coliseum gates taking all that Oakland owned.
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First-place Astros bring A’s back to earth

Oakland had "Celebration" on repeat after sweeping four from the Yankees. But the Astros changed the A's tune.

Healy, A’s law down law on Judge, Yankees

Though Aaron Judge has been showered with "MVP" for each at-bat, it was Ryon Healy who mashed a pair of long home runs Saturday.
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A’s to honor ‘Catfish’ with dedication of Coliseum gate

Continuing down the path of honoring its own storied history, the Oakland Athletics have announced that the C Gate at the Oakland Coliseum will be renamed the Jim "Catfish" Hunter Gate prior to Saturday's game against the New York Yankees.
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A’s gun down aggressive Jays, stride to 4-1 win

The Blue Jays ran themselves out of two solid scoring opportunities. And that was all the A's would need.
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Manaea grounds Blue Jays as Healy, A’s soar

Sean Manaea extended his run of dominance, quieting the Toronto Blue Jays over 6 innings.
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A’s late rally comes up just short against sizzling Nats

The Nationals proved to be too much as they snuck past the A's late, claiming an 11-10 series clincher.

Healy, A’s swat pesky Nats, set up rubber match

The Oakland Athletics refused to be shown up by the National League's top dog, returning the favor of one day prior handing the Washington Nationals a 10-4 defeat Saturday afternoon.

Nationals rout A’s with 13-run, 20-hit whooping

The Washington Nationals were able to hang a 20-spot in the hit column, earning a 13-3 thrashing of the hapless Oakland Athletics.

Sonny shines as A’s hook Marlins in series finale

Sonny Gray continued his 2017 search for his 2015 self Wednesday. And, in what was his most dominant start in nearly two full years, he gave the Oakland crowd more than a mere glimpse at his Cy Young-type form.

Red Sox wallop A’s, avoid rare four-game sweep

The A's had not swept the Red Sox in four games at home since 1932. That streak will continue at least one more year.

Chad Pinder’s 460-foot home run blows up Boston

Bashing four home runs Saturday, the Oakland Athletics buried the Boston Red Sox for a third straight day.
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Gray solves Beantown, A’s wash away Sox

Thursday wasn't Sonny Gray's shiniest of starts, but he's no longer winless against Boston.

Homer-happy A’s take series from Halos

The Oakland Athletics continued their recent power push, riding a Chad Pinder two-run blast to a 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.


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