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A’s pitching exasperated by the Toronto Blue Jays

A’s pitching exasperated by the Toronto Blue Jays

OAKLAND – Marcus Semien knew how to close out the series.  Facing his former team, he left it all on the field as a reminder to what he meant to the Oakland A’s.  Semien’s four-hit outing was a masterpiece to lead off a lineup of fierce hitters. “Four-hit game is pretty good,” A’s manager Bob…

The Astros spoil the A’s Home Opener

The Astros spoil the A’s Home Opener

Oakland – There’s nothing like Opening Day and this year Major League Baseball has allowed fans to attend but only at twenty-five percent capacity since the world is still dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.  For the Oakland A’s, the fans the brightest part of tonight’s game. 10,436 people came out to watch a ball game…

Coliseum Accessible Voting Location to Open for Voting on Oct. 31 through Nov. 3

Coliseum Accessible Voting Location to Open for Voting on Oct. 31 through Nov. 3

Alameda County voters can vote in person in the Oakland Arena, vote from their car, or drop off a completed mail-in ballot OAKLAND, Calif. – The Coliseum Accessible Voting Location will open to all Alameda County residents on Saturday, Oct. 31 through Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3. The Coliseum Accessible Voting Location will include…

A’s playoff hopes end after 11-6 loss in ALDS

A’s playoff hopes end after 11-6 loss in ALDS

Los Angeles – The Houston Astros move on to their fourth straight American League Championship Series while the Oakland A’s ponder what’s next.  In another must-win performance, the A’s fell short today when they lost 11-6 to the Astros. It was an incredible season that ended too soon.  Oakland made their ninth appearance in the…

A’s beat Astros 9-7, avoid sweep in ALDS

A’s beat Astros 9-7, avoid sweep in ALDS

Los Angeles – Chad Pinder said yesterday after Oakland lost 5-2 to the Houston Astros that all the A’s needed was one big hit or one big inning.  That big hit came in seventh when Pinder went deep to right field for a three-run homer to tie the game.  The A’s avoided a sweep and…

A’s advance to ALDS after defeating White Sox 6-4

A’s advance to ALDS after defeating White Sox 6-4

Oakland – A bit over zealous with perfection today, led to the Chicago White Sox using seven different pitchers through six frames.  The A’s took advantage and scored six runs over two frames.  Oakland’s manager Bob Melvin used a more patient approach with his bullpen. The results, the A’s are moving on to the American…