Former A's Outfielder Dave Henderson Dies Of Heart Attack At 57Dave Henderson, the former major league outfielder who hit one of the most famous home runs in postseason history, died Sunday after suffering a massive heart attack. He was 57.
A's Add Relievers Madson, AxfordThe Oakland Athletics announced on Friday that they have signed both Ryan Madson and John Axford to multi-year deals.
Oakland A's Trade Drew Pomeranz For Yonder Alonso, Marc RzepczynskiPomeranz went 10-10 with a 3.08 ERA in 73 games, including 19 starts, in two seasons with the A's after he was acquired from Colorado following the 2013 season.
Mike Gallego Hired By Angels Front OfficeFormer A's third base coach has been hired by the Angels front office.
Jed Lowrie To Go Back To Oakland A'sThe Oakland Athletics reacquired Jed Lowrie from the Houston Astros, the club announced Wednesday morning.
Hudson, Zito Matchup Turns Into 14-10 Slugfest As Rookie Steals The ShowRookie Jarrett Parker became the first Giants player to have at least three homers and seven RBIs in a game since Willie Mays did it 54 years ago, overshadowing the disappointing starts in the feel-good matchup of Tim Hudson and Barry Zito as San Francisco beat the Oakland Athletics 14-10 on Saturday.
Was This The Last NFL Game We Will See On Infield Dirt?It might be time for the NFL to stop digging in the dirt.
A's Prospect Critically Injured In Shooting
Nate, Cory, and Jason Ross - August 28, 2015
Sonny Gray Looks To Continue Hot Streak Against D-Backs
Nate, Cory, and Jason Ross - August 27, 2015