Oakland, CA – The A’s rallied back in the sixth to tie the game. But the bullpen collapsed in the seventh surrendering three runs to the Angels who evened the series. Oakland dug a hole [...]
Oakland, CA – The final homestead of the season didn’t get off to a great start. The A’s fell apart, Scott Kazmir lasted only four innings and the defense collapsed. They still remain one-game ahead [...]
Oakland, CA – After a disappointing road trip, the A’s did what they do best at home, win. Coco Crisp cleared the bases with a three-run triple to open up Oakland’s offense. Josh Reddick followed [...]
The City Council on Wednesday night approved an agreement with the Oakland A’s, though they did make some revisions, which could jeopardize the lease that already had been negotiated.
A plan to build a new A’s stadium on the downtown Oakland waterfront just west of Jack London Square is drawing opposition from major port-related companies that fear a stadium could undermine industrial and transportation [...]
Oakland, CA – It was deja vu all over again, game five, Justin Verlander and the win. Last year on October 11, 2012 Verlander pitched the Tigers to the American League Championship Series with a [...]
Oakland, CA – For months Major League Baseball has been rocked by the allegations that players have been linked to the now closed Biogenesis anti-aging clinic in Coral Gables, Florida. Some of MLB’s top names [...]