A’s Sweep Astros, Chavez Sets Team Record

The A’s completed a three-game sweep against the Astros Sunday afternoon to improve their record on the season to an AL-best 13-5, tying their best start since 1990. A first inning two-run home run off the bat of Josh Donaldson would be all the run support that the A’s would need as Jesse Chavez recorded his first win of the more »

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Moss, Cespedes Power A’s Past Mariners

   The Coliseum was buzzing Sunday afternoon. Not with the traditional ballpark ambiance, but with the vuvuzela-like murmur of a whistle from the 7,500 bracelets turned-to-instruments given away to kids on Little League day.  The bats of A’s sluggers made plenty of noise of their own, as Brandon Moss and Yoenis Cespedes blasted their first home runs of the season in more »

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A’s Kickoff 2014 Season at FanFest

There was a continuous downpour of rain as giant mounds of dirt and mud took the place of the once pristine cross-cut outfield grass at O.co on Saturday afternoon, but that didn’t stop nearly 20,000 anxious A’s fans from coming out to FanFest to show support for their team. Most of the current A’s roster along with the coaching staff more »

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Warrior Girls Release Swimsuit Calendar in SF

Just court-lengths away from the proposed sight for the new Golden State Arena on the Embarcadero, the Warrior Girls released their 2014 calendar at Epic Roasthouse in San Francisco Monday night. The 20 dancers whose mission is to “Entertain our fans and enhance our communities,” did just that as they unveiled their photos in front of friends, family, and a large more »

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A’s Power Their Way to Game 3 Victory in Detroit

The A’s relied on the main components that have carried them all season long on Monday afternoon: pitching and power. Jarrod Parker followed Sonny Gray’s ‘David versus Goliath’ style performance against former MVP and Cy Young award winner Justin Verlander with an outstanding game of his own, out-pitching 2013 AL ERA champion Anibal Sanchez in the A’s 6-3 victory. The more »

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A’s Fall Just Short in Game One Loss to Tigers

The third deck tarps were off for the first time since 2005. 48,401 roaring fans were ready to root on the A’s as they faced the Tigers in game one of a rematch of the 2012 ALDS. It was supposed to be an upgrade which would enhance an ultimate home field advantage for the notoriously raucous playoff atmosphere at the more »

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