Outfielder Matt Joyce Agrees To $11M, 2-Year Deal With A'sThe Oakland Athletics have found their potential new right fielder, agreeing to terms with Matt Joyce on an $11 million, two-year contract Wednesday.
Dave Kaval on The Drive - 11/18/16Dave & Nate talk to new Oakland Athletics President Dave Kaval on The Drive.
Work To Do; The Drive - 11/18/16Dave & Nate get you ready for the weekend on The Drive.
We need to step up our Effort; The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie 11/17On a Thursday edition of The Grant Napear featuring Doug Christie show, Matt Barnes makes his weekly appearance with the fellas and breaks down the loss vs the Spurs and how he feels they need to assert them self more on defense . All that and more on The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie.
Wowzy Wowzy Woo Woo: The Lo-Down - 11/14On the Monday edition of the Lo-Down the guys cover all of Week 10 of the NFL, College Football, and NBA. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
Manfred: Likely News On A's Ballpark Situation Within Year Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred expects news within a year regarding potential plans for the Athletics to build a new ballpark in Oakland.
5 Things: A’s And Giants Finish Season On High NotesThe Miami Marlins said goodbye to their fallen teammate, while the San Francisco Giants finally won a week’s worth of games to make the National League playoffs in yet another “even year” October. As for the Oakland Athletics, they played just well enough to knock the Seattle Mariners out of postseason contention.
Marte, Nolasco Lead Angels Over A's 8-1Playing before his mother in the United States for the first time, the 25-year-old Marte hit his first career grand slam to spark a seven-run fourth inning and lead the Angels to an 8-1 victory Tuesday over the Oakland Athletics.
Hump Day: The Lo-Down - 9/21On the Wednesday edition of the Lo-Down the guys talk about the Giants tying up the Wild Card race. Talk about the 1-1 teams in the NFL. Are they more like their 1 win, or 1 loss. And get some inspiration with Tweets From Magic Johnson. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
5 Things: A’s KO The Champs While Red Sox Bury YankeesTwo aspiring American League playoff teams suffered four-game sweeps last week, and in the National League, the San Francisco Giants continued their freefall down the standings. But that’s not all that happened last week in Major League Baseball, of course.
5 Things: The Giants Win A Week, While The Butler Never Could Do It In OaklandWhether nationally or locally, the 2016 Major League Baseball season is getting very interesting down the stretch. Just 20 games or so remain for 30 teams across the nation, and the playoffs are just around the corner. Last week’s action gave us some great moments, from the nation’s capitol to Motown to the West Coast.
Hendriks, A's Let Late Lead Slip Away In 4-3 Loss To AstrosEvan Gattis hit an RBI single to cap a three-run rally in the eighth inning keyed by a wild pitch on a strikeout, leading the Houston Astros over Oakland 4-3 Wednesday.

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