The Oakland A’s returned to the postseason this year despite having one of the lowest payrolls in baseball, but Wednesday night’s loss was all too familiar for the team and its fans.
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We’re into the home stretch of baseball season, and the month of September will settle the playoff races.
Oakland A’s pitcher Brett Anderson had a streak of impressive starts come to an end on Monday night when he gave up five runs in the third inning against the Houston Astros, and he couldn’
We’re headed toward what has the potential to be one of the best MLB playoffs in quite some time.
The Oakland Athletics have boosted their rotation for the stretch run with a waiver trade acquisition.
Entering a Saturday game against the New York Yankees, closer Jeurys Familia remained unavailable for the New York Mets as trade winds continued to swirl.
The Oakland A’s will make history on Saturday night when hosting nearly 57,000 fans, which will be the largest crowd to ever amasse at the Oakland Coliseum.
There aren’t a ton of selling points surrounding the Oakland A’s this season, so the team has decided to promote an opposing player.