100 Percent Local
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.
The A's could finally be changing their modus operandi, signalling that stability is on the horizon for baseball's least stable franchise.
The Oakland A’s have signed 22-year-old right-handed pitcher Norge Ruiz, a Cuban international free agent, to a minor league contract.
The Raiders and A's are teaming up to help some of those affected by the Oakland warehouse fire that occurred this weekend.
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.
Major League Baseball and the players union have agreed in principle on a new collective bargaining agreement, preventing the first baseball lockout since 1995.
The A's have moved five players to the 40-man roster, including Jaycob Brugman and Franklin Barreto, protecting them from the rule 5 draft.
Dave Kaval, who recently took over as the A's new president, says that a new ballpark will be on the top of his priority list.
The A's have a new President and managing partner, John Fisher and Dave Kaval, respectively.
Oakland made major league changes to their minor league system, including new managers at Double-A Midland and Triple-A Nashville.
Just one week into the offseason the Oakland Athletics have begun their rebuild toward an improved 2017.
The Oakland A's youth movement is something the team can build on moving into 2017.
The A's record was one of the worst in baseball this season, as were the team's rankings in several key statistical categories.
Former Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale has been named to replace Ron Washington, who departed last week for the Atlanta Braves.
Despite a second consecutive last-place finish, 2016 was far from a lost season for the Oakland Athletics.
The A's staved off what would have been their first winless home stand of six or more games in franchise history.
The Athletics fell 5-0 to the Rangers, with a pair of two-run, Texas-sized homers proving to be the crushing blows.
Kendall Graveman held down the fort as well as anyone good. But the A's bats never got going in another Oakland loss.
Another A's rookie pitcher got left in the dust by a weak offensive performance,
After a bizarre call in the third inning prompted a protest from manager Bob Melvin, the Oakland Athletics fell 2-1 in 10 innings to the Houston Astros.
Any magic left over from Oakland's seven-game, 65-run road trip seemed to vanish Monday night.
With a 3-2 loss Sunday afternoon, the Oakland Athletics have clinched a losing record for a second-consecutive year.
The A's failed to score early, and their pitching was even worse as the Mariners hammered Oakland 14-3.
While they continue to be very competitive with the youthful roster, the Seattle Mariners got the best of an Oakland lineup that featured four rookie starters.
Making his much-anticipated debut Jharel Cotton did not disappoint, shutting down the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
For the third time in four days, the Oakland Athletics were threatened by a bid at a no-hitter.
The Oakland Athletics came four outs from bringing an 0-6 week to the most catastrophic end imaginable.
Labor Day proved to be a rough first outing for A’s right-handed prospect Raul Alcantara, who was tagged for five earned runs in three innings.
With their 11-2 win Saturday night, the Red Sox (76-59) now boast a 67-19 run differential in five games against the A's (57-78) this season.
With his two-hit, three-RBI performance, David Ortiz provided starter David Price will all the backing he would need as the Red Sox trumped the A's Friday night.
Rookies have provided Oakland with 15 wins, eight home runs and 23 RBIs, and the young pitching has been equally dynamic.
Riding the wave of a five-run second inning, ace Kendall Graveman delivered his eighth win since the All-Star break.
For a second-straight night, the Oakland Athletics held the Cleveland Indians to a single run.
Unable to solve a dominant Carlos Carrasco, the Oakland Athletics fell to the Cleveland Indians in a 1-0 pitchers' duel Monday night.