The Kansas City Royals got another stellar effort from a starting pitcher and had nothing to show for it.
The Oakland Athletics have activated outfielder Chris Young from the disabled list.
To help the Tampa Bay Rays relax, manager Joe Maddon invited a disc jockey into the clubhouse for a little pregame entertainment Saturday.
By JANIE McCAULEY AP Baseball Writer OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Josh Donaldson never had a game-ending hit in one of Oakland’s major league-high 14 walk-off wins last year. His opposite-field home run with one out in […]
Oakland Athletics second baseman Scott Sizemore is scheduled for a second reconstructive surgery on his left knee Tuesday, another blow for the infielder and reigning AL West champions after he missed all of last season.
Like every Friday, it’s KAZOO Friday! Dave Deuce Mason filled in for Jason Ross and started the show off with talking about some Niners football. San Francisco is highly unlikely to release Alex Smith. We […]
OAKLAND (CBS Sports 1140 / CBS 13) – The Oakland Athletics are coming to Sacramento and the Central Valley. The American League West champions signed a multi-year contract with CBS Sports 1140 to broadcast regular […]
Oakland A’s play-by-play announcer Ken Korach joined Grant today to preview the Athletics’ upcoming season. Korach discussed the A’s pitching staff, the young players that came from the Sacramento River Cats, the hot streak that […]
With the March 1 deadline nearing for Mayor Kevin Johnson to submit a proposal to keep the Kings in Sacramento, Grant discussed Johnson’s appearance at the All-Star Game this past weekend and the confidence he […]
Wednesday on The Jason Ross show we talk about LeBron James becoming the first player in NBA history to play six straight games with 30 or more points and 60 percent or better from the […]
Spring is in the air and that means baseball is back. CBSSports.com Senior Baseball columnist Scott Miller joins Jason Ross to preview the Giants and talk about the A’s depth this upcoming season.
While the San Francisco Giants were extremely lucky to not have to face their opponent’s best pitcher in the playoffs this week due to a random injury, their counterparts in the East Bay were tremendously unfortunate to see the best pitcher on the planet twice — so it didn’t end well for the Oakland Athletics Thursday night, as they lost Game Five of their playoff series to see their season end all too soon.