The Oakland A's beat the Miami Marlins tonight 9-5 in the first game of the weekend series behind a four-run ninth inning rally.
MLB NEWS: Oakland Keeps Its Team Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig issued the following statement today regarding the lease extension of the Oakland Athletics: “I commend the Oakland Athletics and the JPA for their efforts in reaching an
MLB News Scott Kazmir had a great reviving year with the Cleveland Indians finishing the year with a 2.57 ERA. Kazmir had hoped that he would be able to hit the big pay day but alas he had to
The benches cleared Friday evening after Oakland Athletics Josh Donaldson apparently tagged Baltimore Orioles’ third baseman Manny Machado “too harshly” causing a spark and benches to clear. No punches were thrown even though the benches cleared. Orioles’ starting pitcher
With the game well in hand and the Houston Astro’s starter already knocked out of the game, the Oakland A’s decided to keep playing hard and it nearly resulted in a brawl. For more information on this story visit:
OAKLAND, CA—On March 11, San Francisco Examiner sports columnist Glenn Dickey wrote an article about Oakland A’s Owner and Managing Partner Lew Wolff entitled “A’s Owner Wolff standing in the Way of a New Stadium.” The column featured numerous
Outfielder Sam Fuld has signed with Oakland and hopes to make the Opening Day roster.
Statement Released by the Oakland A’s Regarding Frank Thomas’ election into the Baseball Hall of Fame: “We congratulate Frank on joining the immortals of baseball. While he spent only two seasons with our organization, we had the distinct privilege
OAKLAND, Calif. – The Oakland Athletics have acquired minor league outfielder Billy Burns from the Washington Nationals in exchange for left-handed pitcher Jerry Blevins, the team announced today. Burns was named the Nationals Minor League Player of the Year
According to Ken Rosenthal, the A's and Diamondbacks have had some discussions about a deal involving Yoenis Cespedes.