As dozens of athletes across the country are joining 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in his national anthem protest, one group of young protestors has grabbed the nation’s attention.
Written by Jeff Weisinger/Edited by Malaika Bobino The A’s saved their best for the last. In the final home game of the regular season, Oakland knocked around the Rangers starter Colby Lewis for seven [...]
Written by Jeff Weisinger and edited by Malaika Bobino Oakland, CA – After the Texas Rangers celebrated their second-straight American League West title last night, the Oakland A’s had no defense for them today. [...]
Oakland, CA – A’s catcher Stephen Vogt has been named the recipient of the 2016 Dave Stewart Community Service Award. Stewart will present Vogt with the award before tomorrow’s day game. Vogt becomes the [...]
Oakland, CA – If the A’s ballboy’s diving catch didn’t get your attention than maybe the runs the Angels put on the board did. Oakland’s rookie Raul Alcantara made his Major League debut but [...]
Oakland, CA – The Red Sox picked up where they left off last night. They outscored and outplayed the A’s for game two of a three-game series. Rick Porcello flirted wit a no-hitter through six [...]
Oakland, CA – September call-ups is always a great day in baseball. More options on the roster and it’s a chance for the young talent to shine.
Oakland, CA – Amid controversy in the clubhouse, the A’s prevailed to snap a three-game losing streak. Oakland scored five runs in one frame to dominate the Cleveland Indians 5-1 today and take the [...]
Oakland, CA – The A’s had three runs in their recent three-game series against the leagues best baseball team. The Chicago Cubs swept Oakland to kick-off the 10-game homestand this past weekend. Losing eight of [...]
Oakland, CA – It’s been an uphill battle for the Oakland A’s since the Spring Training. The A’s have utilized the disabled list twenty-one times this season, which marks the sixth time in the the [...]