Tuesday on The Jason Ross Show we talked about the Warriors’ chances in game two, David Stern’s comments and the A’s struggles. Danny in Elk Grove called in to tell us about his granny’s new […]
Austin Jackson had four hits, homered and drove in three runs, Torii Hunter added two doubles and a triple, and the Detroit Tigers routed the Oakland Athletics 10-1 Sunday.
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 […]
Sacramento – The Oakland Athletics started off this season in typical fashion: with a loss. But hey, it seems like tradition since they have lost their last nine consecutive season openers. In fact, the last […]
If the A’s are going to make the playoffs again, it will be on the strength of their pitching. A.J. Griffin will be a big part of that.
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 […]
Yahoo! MLB Columnist, Jeff Passan, joined Grant and talked about the San Francisco Giants chances of repeating as World Series Champs and what Spring Training looks like for the Oakland Athletics. Jeff also talked about […]
It may be too early to properly assess the Oakland A’s season overall, but by any measurement, it was a huge success. Expectations were low, production was high, and the team won its 15th division title — third-most in MLB history. Only the foolish and the greedy could have expected more from them in 2012.
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.
No one should ever doubt the 2012 Oakland Athletics again, not after Wednesday night’s three-run ninth inning that shocked the Detroit Tigers and even up the teams’ American League Division Series at two games apiece. Game Five will be Thursday night at the O.co Coliseum, with the winner advancing to the AL Championship Series.
The Oakland A’s lost the first two games of their American League Division Series on the road to the Detroit Tigers, but now they come back home for the rest of the series. It’ll be up to these young Athletics to extend this series as long as they can at the Coliseum.
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