Right-hander Matt Shoemaker will be seeking his first win of the season when the Angels take on left-hander Sean Manaea and the A's on Wednesday for the middle matchup of a three-game series at Angel Stadium.
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Jesse Hahn's sensational efforts against the Angels on Tuesday evening may have been obscured by a disheartening 2-1 A's loss in 11 innings, but they were noted just the same.
After the Angels and A's traded leadoff homers in the 10th inning, Kole Calhoun delivered a walk-off single in the 11th to lift the Halos to a 2-1 win on Tuesday night's series opener at Angel Stadium.
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A's right-hander Kendall Graveman will return from the disabled list Thursday to start the series finale at Angel Stadium.
Wary of his readiness, the A's opted to place Rajai Davis on the disabled list ahead of Tuesday's opener vs. the Angels, affording the outfielder extra time to recover from a left hamstring strain.
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A couple of streaks came to a crashing halt in Sunday's 11-1 loss by the A's to the Mariners. Not only did the Mariners snap Oakland's five-game winning streak, but they became the first team to tag A's right-hander Andrew Triggs with an earned run this season.
A's ace Sonny Gray is nearing a return to the starting rotation following Saturday's successful rehab start for Class A Advanced Stockton. Manager Bob Melvin announced the right-hander will throw a 75-pitch rehab start Thursday for Triple-A Nashville in what could be his final tune-up before being activated off the disabled list.
The Mariners' dormant bats came alive in a big way Sunday, and veteran right-hander Yovani Gallardo made it count with 6 1/3 innings of one-run ball for his first win of the year as Seattle snapped the A's five-game win streak in an 11-1 runaway at the Coliseum.
Ryon Healy has quickly overcome a sluggish start at the plate -- no thanks to mechanical adjustments. Turns out all the A's hitter needed was some time.
The homer-happy A's were at it again Saturday, belting two in the first inning in support of right-hander Jharel Cotton in a 4-3 series-clinching victory over Seattle for their fifth consecutive win.
Sonny Gray took a significant step in his return from a lat strain that's sidelined him since midway through Spring Training. He threw five shutout innings for Class A Stockton and appears on track to rejoin the rotation in the next two weeks.
Rosales broke his own record for fastest HR trot
Veteran third baseman Trevor Plouffe, inked by the A's to a one-year deal this offseason, collected his 100th career home run in Oakland's 3-1 victory over the Mariners on Friday night. It also happened to be the fourth in his last seven games, a game-tying solo shot off Hisashi Iwakuma in the fifth.
The A's used the long ball to beat Hisashi Iwakuma and the Mariners on Friday night, getting homers from Trevor Plouffe and Yonder Alonso in a 3-1 victory at the Coliseum that extended their win streak to four games.
A's wear Warriors-themed BP jerseys
A's right-hander Kendall Graveman, recovering from a minor right shoulder strain, remains on track to rejoin the rotation in Anaheim next week.
The A's summoned additional outfield help Friday, recalling Matt Olson from Triple-A Nashville a day after Rajai Davis sustained a mild left hamstring injury.
The A's became the first team to score against Mariners starter James Paxton this season, tallying five runs against the lefty in a 9-6 series-opening victory at the Coliseum to extend their win streak to three games.
Though his doings in Thursday's 9-6 victory over the Mariners might have appeared insignificant by the time the final out was recorded, A's starter Cesar Valdez's story isn't.
Second-base bag should get RBI for this A's run
Shortstop Marcus Semien was back in the A's clubhouse Thursday afternoon, sporting a cast two days after undergoing right wrist surgery that will likely keep him out of the lineup for at least two months.
Daulton Jefferies' young career is on hold, after the A's pitching prospect learned Thursday he needs season-ending Tommy John surgery.
A sound defensive display, combined with early offensive production -- two components that had been missing from Oakland's early-season showing -- accompanied a power parade and pitching prowess in Wednesday's 9-1 series-clinching victory over the Rangers.
Rehabbing A's pitcher Daniel Mengden has started a throwing program as he eyes a midseason return following February foot surgery.
A's outfielder Khris Davis hit his seventh home run of the season, and right-hander Jesse Hahn did his part with six impressive innings in a 9-1 rubber-match victory over the Rangers at the Coliseum on Wednesday afternoon.
A's right-hander Andrew Triggs continued his early-season dominance, holding the Rangers to a pair of unearned runs over six strong innings in a 4-2 victory Tuesday night that put a stop to Oakland's four-game losing streak.
Nationals' No. 5 prospect Andrew Stevenson and Rockies' No. 8 prospect Ryan McMahon each collected five hits in Harrisburg's win over Hartford.