Crisp A's

Athletics’ Crisp Suffered Strained Neck After Crashing Into Fence

The Oakland Athletics have announced that Coco Crisp. Crisp was trying to prevent a two-run homer by Chris Iannetta and ended up crashing into the fence. Crip hit the ground after his leap and was down for a few


What Is Wrong with the Detroit Tigers?

Tuck and O’Neill talks to Grantland’s MLB Writer Michael Baumann about the MLB Division races including what has gone wrong for the Detroit Tigers? Why you should listen: Tuck and O’Neill talked to Michael Baumann about his new book ”

David Price

David Price Heads To Detroit!

Tuck and O’Neill talks MLB Trade Deadline with Rays/MLB Insider Steve Kinsella. Why you should listen: Mike and Jerry give their thoughts on the Tampa Bay Rays trading David Price to the Detroit Tigers as well as other MLB trades. Tuck


Woman Knocked Out During Fight Between A’s, Giants’ Fans

Another fight broke out involving the San Francisco Giants’ fanbase. This time a woman was knocked unconscious during the fight as she tried to break up two men who were arguing. The fight took place on King Street, which


RECAP: A’s Beat Marlins 9-5 Behind Ninth Inning Rally

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.


Commissioner Excited To Keep A’s In Oakland

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


Former Ray Scott Kazmir Is Back To Form, Better Than Ever

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

Orioles Machado

Benches Clear Between Orioles and Athletics

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

Oakland A's

MLB: Astros-A’s Nearly Brawl

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:

Cindy Chew5/25/06Glenn Dickey

A’s Fire Back At San Francisco Examiner sports columnist Glenn Dickey

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