Red-hot Ryon Healy homered twice to lead a solid Oakland offensive attack in Tuesday's 6-4, series-evening win over the Orioles.
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A's right-hander Paul Blackburn was forced out of what was shaping up to be an excellent start against the Orioles on Tuesday night after getting drilled by a Trey Mancini comebacker in the fifth inning.
The A's Boog Powell was a ball of excitement as he hopped off a golf cart and shook the hand of the other Boog Powell for the first time on Tuesday afternoon.
A's reliever Blake Treinen hears fans call him "B-Lockay" all the time, referencing the famous "East/West College Bowl" skit from "Key & Peele."
Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy will be fresh off 10 days of rest for Wednesday's series finale at Camden Yards against Daniel Gossett and the A's.
Adam Jones homered twice and matched a career high with four hits, leading the Orioles to a 7-3, series-opening win over the Athletics on Monday night.
A's shortstop Marcus Semien exited Monday's 7-3 loss in Baltimore after six innings because of scar tissue irritation in his surgically repaired right wrist.
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Powell hits 1st HR to Boog Powell's BBQ stand
Rookie center fielder Boog Powell sparked Oakland's offense and rookie right-hander Jharel Cotton pitched 6 2/3 strong innings, helping the A's deny the AL West-leading Astros a three-game sweep with a 3-2 win Sunday at Minute Maid Park.
Semien takes a LLWS-inspired trip around the bases
The A's are expecting big things from Boog Powell. They should. Oakland traded All-Star Yonder Alonso for the gifted outfielder.
Yankees prospects Miguel Andujar and Domingo German led Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 3-0 win over Durham with a pair of strong performances on Sunday.
With his typical heavy dosage of sinkers, Kendall Graveman continued to have success against the Astros, completing six innings but ending up with a 3-0 loss on Saturday at Minute Maid Park.
Collin McHugh threw six scoreless innings to pick up his first win of the season, and Marwin Gonzalez delivered a two-run, bases-loaded single in the fourth to send the Astros to their fourth win in five games, 3-0, over the A's on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park. Houston turned a season-high six double plays, including one to end the game.
A's fan travels from UK to Houston for a game
Athletics left-hander Sean Manaea stood for six innings, with few blemishes, against the strongest offense in baseball on Friday, far outperforming any of his previous three starts this month.
Dallas Keuchel, making his fifth start since missing eight weeks with neck discomfort, turned in his second consecutive gem by throwing seven scoreless innings to lead the Astros to their third win in four games, 3-1, over the Athletics on Friday night at Minute Maid Park.
Nearly a month after being placed on the disabled list with a strained left oblique, catcher Josh Phegley is getting close to rejoining the Athletics.
Now into his second month playing in the Florida State League, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is finding his power stroke.
A's beat reporter Jane Lee answers fans' questions in the latest edition of A's Inbox.
Newly acquired A's reliever Chris Hatcher was added to the active roster ahead of Wednesday's series finale against the Royals, giving manager Bob Melvin a fresh arm in his bullpen.
If there was any doubt about whether Forrest Whitley was ready for the Double-A level, the teenage right-hander laid it to rest on Thursday by tossing six scoreless innings with a career-high 11 strikeouts in his debut for Corpus Christi.
Alex Gordon hit his second RBI single of the game in the ninth to lead the Royals to a 7-6 series-winning victory over the A's on Wednesday afternoon at the Coliseum and keep Kansas City 1/2 game back of the second American League Wild Card spot.
The A's responded to Kansas City's five-run, eighth-inning rally with six runs in the bottom half of the frame, getting a bases-clearing double from Matt Joyce in an eventful 10-8 victory at the Coliseum on Tuesday night and preventing the Royals from claiming sole possession of the second American League Wild Card spot.
The A's could've easily put their heads down after what surely felt like a gut punch in the top of the eighth inning. But they roared back with greater force than their counterparts, choosing not to surrender, but to rally and rise above for a thrilling 10-8 victory over the Royals on Tuesday night at the Coliseum.
Little A's fan tries to annoy baby brother
A's left-hander Sean Manaea is expected to make his next scheduled start in Houston on Friday, despite ongoing struggles this month.
Rookie catcher Cam Gallagher launched a grand slam for his first career home run, helping the Royals secure a 6-2 series-opening victory over the A's at the Coliseum on Monday evening.
Right when the A's needed a solid outing from their starting pitcher, Kendall Graveman delivered. Graveman, who will wear the nickname "Digger" on the back of his jersey for Players Weekend, picked up first win since April 8 as the A's beat the Orioles, 9-3, Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum.
Matt Chapman lined a three-run homer just over the left-field wall to cap a five-run fourth inning and lead the A's to a 9-3 win over the Orioles on Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum.
Long reliever Michael Brady provided a valuable service for the A's in Saturday's 12-5 loss to the Orioles. Brady came in to the game with one out in the first inning and four runs already in off of starter Sean Manaea, who only faced seven hitters. Brady proceeded to throw 5 1/3 innings.
Tim Beckham's two-run double capped a seven-run first inning and the Orioles cruised behind Dylan Bundy to a 12-5 win over the A's on Saturday night at the Coliseum.
As A's reliever Blake Treinen nears the end of his first month back in the green and gold, he's settled in nicely at the back of the A's bullpen.
Chad Pinder hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the eighth to cap a two-run rally for the A's, who beat the Orioles, 5-4, Friday night at the Coliseum.
A's rookie Chad Pinder used the second life he got in the eighth inning to provide the game-winning sac fly Friday night vs. the Orioles.
Remembering Kendall's dash home from 2005