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 looked like the rain would never stop. The sun broke through around six o”clock. Opening Day was almost written off due to bad weather that had covered the entire Bay Area. [...]
No better way to end spring training than to have the Giants and the A’s face off. The Bay Bridge Series never disappoints. Both teams were happy to be back in the Bay and away [...]
Former Oakland A’s Pitcher Mike Norris is invested in promoting positive values and education. He released a new educational calendar that’s aimed at helping children learn subjects such as Math, Science, English, and Nutrition.
Oakland, CA – At the start of this game, it seemed certain the Dodgers were in complete control. But the A’s rallied a spectacular performance to tie the game 8-8. A two-run homer by Josh [...]
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 – The Tigers offense got shutout and they never knew what hit them. A rookie pitcher took the mound, pitched a stellar game and matched up well against one of the best pitchers [...]
Oakland, CA – It’s been almost a year when these teams met in the American League Division Series. Fate has brought them back together to kickoff this year’s postseason. The only problem is, this time [...]
Oakland, CA – The best news of the night was that the Texas Rangers lost to the Kansas City Royals. The sellout crowd at O.Co erupted when the final score was shown during the game. [...]
Oakland, CA – Baseball doesn’t get any better than this. The A’s not only won the series but they rejoin the Rangers atop the American League West Division again, after Oakland’s 11-4 victory over Texas.