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Obama celebrates World Series champion Chicago Cubs at White House
In his last week at President of the United States, Barack Obama welcomed his hometown team to the White House...
Remembering best broadcasting moments of Bill King
Ken Korach and Andy Dolich look back at the greatest calls from the legendary Bill King.
The personality of Ford C. Frick winner Bill King
Ken Korach and Andy Dolich look back at the personality of the great Bill King.
A’s agree to terms with Gray, Hendriks and Vogt to avoid arbitration
Battery mates Stephen Vogt and Sonny Gray, plus Liam Hendriks, signed one-year deals with the Oakland club, the team announced Friday...
Warriors, A's and Raiders present $750,000 check to Oakland fire relief efforts
Sports figures from across the Oakland spectrum came together to donate money to aid those affected by the Oakland fire tragedy...
Drew Smyly pitching for the Rays
Mariners swing pair of trades, bolster rotation with addition of Smyly
A week after acquiring Yovani Gallardo, the Mariners brought in lefty Drew Smyly in a series of trades with Atlanta and Tampa Bay on Wednesday.
Santiago Casilla pitching for the A's in 2007
Reports: Santiago Casilla returning to A's on two-year deal
Santiago Casilla is coming home. The reliever, who spent the last seven years with the Giants, has reportedly agreed to a deal with the A's, his first team.
Source: A's agree to one-year deal with free-agent infielder Trevor Plouffe
The A's agreed to a one-year deal with free-agent infielder Trevor Plouffe Tuesday night, a source confirmed with CSNCalifornia.com.
Max Muncy batting against the Angels
A's keep Muncy, outright infielder/outfielder to Triple-A
A week after being designated for assignment to make room for Rajai Davis, Max Muncy has been outrighted to Triple-A Nashville.
A's position outlook: Much different outfield look in 2017 than 2016
The A's will put out a revamped outfield in 2017 with additions like Rajai Davis and Matt Joyce. Could a big bat also be in the mix?
A's position outlook: Healy emerges at third, but Chapman a factor
Ryon Healy proved himself as a rookie for the A's, posting impressive numbers. And he projects as the starter at third base in 2017, but...
A's aren't done looking for hitters after signing Davis
While discussing the signing of Rajai Davis, Oakland general manager David Forst said that he hopes to keep adding to the offense...
Rajai Davis celebrates World Series home run
A's agree to one-year deal with OF Rajai Davis
The A's appear to have found their center fielder for 2017, agreeing to a one-year deal with veteran Rajai Davis.
Marcus Semien fielding a grounder
A's outlook: With Semien cemented at SS, what happens to prospects?
Some of the best prospects in the A's system are shortstops. But Marcus Semien is entrenched at the position. So, what will the team do?
Happy Holidays from CSN 2016
What they're saying: Sending holiday greetings
Bay Area teams and athletes woke up Sunday and took to Twitter to wish this fans a happy holidays. Here's how they did it.
Beane viewed Encarnacion as potential 'anchor' for younger players
The window for the A's was there to acquire Edwin Encarnacion. Billy Beane breaks down why it didn't happen...
Stiglich: Bonds, Clemens get my Hall of Fame vote
The debate over players suspected of using performances-enhancers can rage on, but Joe Stiglich has Bonds and Clemens in the Hall of Fame...
A's waved 'Cespedes-type' money at Encarnacion
Edwin Encarnacion’s agent, Paul Kinzer, told MLB Network Radio that the A’s offered more money in terms of average annual value...
Report: Indians, Encarnacion agree to three-year, $60M deal
The Indians on Thursday reportedly got their man in slugger Edwin Encarnacion, getting him to agree to a three-year contract. 
Pros and Cons: Should A's shell out the cash for Encarnacion?
As this drama unfolds, here’s a look at the plusses and minuses of fitting Edwin Encarnacion for green and gold...
Wendle, Lowrie and Pinder
A's outlook: Options at second base 'a concern' for 2017 season
The A's aren't too concerned about their long-term outlook at second base. As for the 2017 season, they aren't sure about their options.
Encarnacion playing in Oakland
Report: A's one of five teams to make offer to Encarnacion
With Edwin Encarnacion still looking for a new home, the A's are reportedly one of five teams to have made an offer to the free agent.
A's 2016 in Review: Gray struggles, prospects show promise
The A's entered 2016 with raised expectations, but a rough season for Sonny Gray hindered that. But the team got a glimpse of...
AS Roma stadium rendering
Futuristic, transforming stadiums offer intriguing solution in Oakland
The Raiders and A's are at a impasse trying to build single-use stadiums. But Biz Ball Insider Andy Dolich sees a new option that would bring the teams together...
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The A's Insider Podcast: Assistant GM Billy Owens
Assistant GM Billy Owens joins Joe Stiglich from the MLB winter meetings on the latest edition of The A's Insider Podcast to...
Healy, Alonso and Olson
A's outlook: Who might challenge Alonso for time at first?
Yonder Alonso is set to be the A's first baseman in 2017. But he doesn't provide the offensive punch required. So could youngsters take at-bats away?
Dave Kaval
Report: A's vote to ratify new MLB labor deal
While the new labor deal will eventually eliminate a revenue sharing check for the A's, the team reportedly voted to approve the new CBA.
MLB rookies banned from dressing as women in new Anti-Hazing Policy
No longer will you be seeing MLB rookies dress as women or female characters as part of hazing thanks to an Anti-Bullying and Anti-Hazing Policy.
General view of Oakland Coliseum
A's issue statement regarding Oakland's plan for Raiders stadium
A day after the city of Oakland released details of their plan for a stadium for the Raiders, the A's issued a statement.
A's holiday shopping focuses on a center fielder
As we get deeper into winter, the A’s will continue to scan the free agent market and explore trade opportunities...
Korach: With King gone, fans all have piece of Frick award
A's broadcast Ken Korach joins Mind Bach on SportsTalk Live to talk about lengardy Bay Area sportscaster Bill King winning the...
Notes: A's likely to leave winter meetings with unfinished business
Despite many conversations with other teams, the A's will end another day at the winter meetings without the outfield piece they've been seeking...
Matt Holliday throwing his bat
Report: Holliday's no-trade clause with Yankees only covers A's
Matt Holliday finalized his one-year contract with the Yankees on Wednesday, and it includes a clause that prohibits a trade to one team: Oakland.
1-on-1 with Billy Beane: Modeling A's after mid-90's Indians
A's Executive VP of Baseball Operations Billy Beane sat down with Joe Stiglich at the Winter Meetings to discuss the changes in...
Ryon Healy happy
Friendly jabbing motivated Healy, helped him land A's 3B job
The A's didn't invite Ryon Healy to big league camp in the spring of 2016, but a year later, the 24-year-old is entrenched as Oakland's third baseman.
Carlos Gomez gets Powerade shower
Report: Rangers bring back Gomez on one-year deal
Outfielder Carlos Gomez [1] has reportedly agreed to an $11.5 million, one-year contract to remain with the Texas Rangers. [1] http://stats.csnbayarea.com/mlb/players.asp?id=8023&
Arrhythmic poetry to Bill King making Hall of Fame posthumously
If King were alive, he would have been properly appreciative, though one should not have been surprised had he pulled a Bob Dylan with the Nobel Prize people...
Bill King earns induction into Baseball Hall of Fame
Bill King, who passed away in 2005, won the award in his sixth time as a finalist...
The A's Insider Podcast: Bob Melvin
A's manager Bob Melvin joined Joe Stiglich at the winter meetings to discuss the team's direction moving forward...
Mark Smith
A's reeling after death of minor league video coordinator Mark Smith
Billy Beane, Bob Melvin and the rest of the A's organization was rocked Tuesday when minor league video coordinator Mark Smith passed away.
David Kaval talking to A's fans
Beane: A's 'aren't one player away yet,' focused on ballpark, future
As the A's search for a center fielder at the winter meetings, Billy Beane and the front office are thinking about the future of the franchise.
1-on-1 with Bob Melvin: The road back to the top for the A's
The A's have taken a backseat in the AL West in recent years. Are they on the right path to the top again soon?
Jarrod Dyson running the bases
Source: A's engaged in trade talks with Royals for OF Dyson
After signing Matt Joyce to fill one hole in the outfield, the A's are talking to the Royals about Jarrod Dyson, a source confirmed to CSNCalifornia.com.
Do A's see Ryon Healy as player to build around?
While the A's had another down year last season, Ryon Healy emerged as a player for the future.
A's president Dave Kaval holds open doors for new stadium
New A's president Dave Kaval aims to build a new stadium and is inviting the fans to help him out.
Yankees GM Cashman: With Sale, Red Sox are the Warriors of baseball
The Boston Red Sox won the AL East last season and added Chris Sale to their rotation...
A's minor league video coordinator Mark Smith unexpectedly dies at 41
In tragic news, the A's lost a vital part of their team as minor league video coordinator Mark Smith passed away at only 41 years old.
Red Sox, White Sox announce blockbuster Chris Sale trade
The biggest prize of the offseason is on the move as the White Sox have traded ace Chris Sale to Boston for four prospects.
Shohei Otani batting in Japan
Otani to MLB after 2017 season? 'We discussed the possibility'
Shohei Otani, the slugging Japanese pitcher, may request that the Nippon Ham Fighters post him following the 2017 season.
Carlos Beltran introduced by Astros
With division rivals dominating rumor mill, how will A's respond?
As Day One of the winter meetings wraps up, the A's division foes are making moves, which will surely catch the attention of Oakland execs.
1-on-1 with Ryon Healy: How to memorialize the first MLB hit
A's third baseman Ryon Healy joins Jim Kozimor in studio to break down his rookie season, recent philanthropic endeavors, and...
A's outfielder Khris Davis to play for Mexico in World Baseball Classic
Khris Davis was invited to be a part of Team USA in the World Baseball Classic, but when looking at playing time, he'll be wearing different colors.
Rich Hill 'incredibly thankful' for time spent with A's
Rich Hill, at 36 years old, signed a three-year deal worth $48 million with the Dodgers Monday. And it may have never if it wasn't for the A's.
Matt Holliday playing for A's in 2009
Report: Ex-A's outfielder agrees to $13 million deal with Yankees
Matt Holliday, who spent part of the 2009 season with the A's, has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $13 million deal with the Yankees.
A's, Raiders team up to raise money for those affected by Oakland fire
In a tragic case of an Oakland warehouse fire, the A's and Raiders are coming together to help their community...
Mariners sign former A's lefty reliever to $11 million deal over two years
A former A's lefty reliever is back in the AL West as the Mariners inked Marc Rzepcynski to a two-year deal on Saturday...
Carlos Beltran in 2004 with Astros
Report: Beltran agrees to one-year deal with AL West team
More than 12 years after Carlos Beltran spent half a season in Houston, the slugger is reportedly headed back on a one-year deal.
Could the A's really trade Sonny Gray this offseason?
The A's are also known to be sellers. Will they with Sonny Gray, who's coming off a down season?
Padres non-tender former A’s P Ross, former Giants C Sanchez
The Padres were one of many teams to make surprise moves Friday as 35 MLB players became free agent before the Winter Meetings...
A's president: No revenue sharing puts stronger focus on new ballpark
The A's will no longer be feeding off other clubs as MLB is weening Oakland off of its revenue sharing. So, what does this all mean?
Padres trade former A's All-Star catcher to Nationals
The Nationals have reacquired a catcher before the Winter Meetings who suited up in the All-Star Game for the A's just two seasons ago.
Gray, others could generate interest as A's prep for winter meetings
The A's agenda over the four-day event in Washington, D.C. could go any number of directions, and that lends an element of the unknown...
MLB, MLBPA announce new CBA details: No more 15-day disabled list
The five-year agreement will match the previous two labor contracts as the longest in baseball history. 
A's agree to terms with Yonder Alonso on one-year contract
Yonder Alonso batted .253 with 34 doubles, seven home runs and 56 RBI in 156 games in his first season with Oakland last year...
Wendle's active winter takes him from Mexico to CBA meetings
Joey Wendle was proud that five A’s showed up, estimating it was among the largest contingent of players from any team...
A's announce non-roster invitees for 2017 spring training
Matt Chapman, the A’s first round pick in the 2014 draft, returns for his second straight big league camp...
Dave Kaval
New A’s President Dave Kaval to host first open office hours Tuesday
Got questions for the new Dave Kaval? A's fans will have their chance to share their opinions with new team president on Tuesday...
Stiglich: Impact of A's losing revenue sharing
Insider Joe Stiglich analyzes what the loss of the A's revenue sharing means for the team.
A's loss of revenue sharing brings up more questions
The A’s will be phased out of Major League Baseball’s annual revenue sharing plan over the next four years, according to reports.
Rob Manfred at Owner's Meetings
MLB, union beat deadline, agree to tentative new CBA
With just over three hours until the current agreement is set to expire, MLB and the players union has reportedly agreed to a new labor contract.
Carlos Gomez, Billy Hamilton and Austin Jackson
With Joyce in fold, A's turn attention to finding a center fielder
The A's began the offseason looking for two outfielders. On Wednesday, they got Matt Joyce. Now, David Forst needs to find a center fielder.
A's agree to terms with outfielder Matt Joyce
Matt Joyce hit .242 with 13 home runs and 42 RBI over 140 games with the Pirates last year. He is the newest member of the A's...
Top issues as MLB looks to negotiate new CBA
After 21 years of no work stoppages, will MLB run into a wall when trying to figure out new parameters for the CBA?
Eric Thames signs with Brewers
Thames, reported target of A's, signs deal with Brewers
Eric Thames, who spent the last three seasons playing in Korea, has signed a three-year deal with the Brewers.
A's Mark Canha feeding intellectual curiosity while rehabbing at Cal
Mark Canha's season ended short for the A's last season due to injury. As he rehabs at his alma mater, the 27-year-old is hitting the books at Cal.
Now or later? Timing is everything if A's consider trading Gray
Will the A's deal Sonny Gray this offseason, or hang on to him and flip him before the trade deadline? That's the decision they must make.
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The A's Insider Podcast: Ken Rosenthal
On Thanksgiving Eve, Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal joined Joe to discuss all things A's as we enter the Hot Stove season...
Jason Castro playing catcher for Astros
Report: Twins agree to deal with former star Stanford catcher
After six years in Houston, former Castro Valley High star Jason Castro is reportedly headed to Minnesota on a three-year deal.
How A's prospects performed in the Arizona Fall League
Seven A's prospects played in the Arizona Fall League and helped the Mesa Solar Sox to a championship title. Here's how they...
Eric Thames in spring training in 2013
Report: A's showing 'interest' in Santa Clara-native playing in Korea
As the A's look far and wide for outfield help, they have reportedly expressed interest in former major leaguer Eric Thames.
A's prospects shine, Solar Sox win Arizona Fall League championship
While the A's look to build their club in the offseason, three of their prospects starred in the Arizona Fall League championship game.
A's add Barreto, four others to 40-man roster
Friday was the deadline to protect players from the Rule 5 draft, which takes place Dec. 8...
Arizona Fall League roundup: A's prospects playing for championship
Seven A's prospects extended their season by playing in the Arizona Fall League and now it all comes down to one last game...
Ratto exclusive: Do A's have a drop dead year for a stadium?
New A's President Dave Kaval talks about the steps necessary for the Athletics to set a date for the groundbreaking of a new...
Ratto exclusive: New A's stadium 'has to stand on its own'
Despite outside influences (see: Raiders), new A's President Dave Kaval says a new Oakland stadium will be something that stands...
Ratto exclusive: Kaval discusses A's new stadium timeline
Ray Ratto speaks exclusively with new A's President Dave Kaval about a timeline for a baseball exclusive stadium in Oakland
New A's man Kaval tasked with performing stadium-sized magic
With support already eroding away for Wolff and the A's, Kaval has a short timetable to pull off a stadium-sized miracle...
Dave Kaval
'Ballpark guru' Kaval takes reins for A's, sets sights on new Oakland stadium
It's a major front-office shake-up for the A's. And new team president David Kaval said Thursday spoke at length about a new stadium...
Report: Former A's Gold Glove right fielder agrees to deal with Astros
The A's will reportedly have to face the 29-year old nearly 20 times a season...
Lew Wolff would not be stepping down if he was 20 years younger
On Thursday morning, the A's announced some major changes in the front office. Soon thereafter, Lew Wolff spoke with CSN California...
A's announce significant front office changes
Lew Wolff has been the A's managing partner since 2005. He no longer will serve in that capacity...
Zach Britton pointing
Stiglich: Why Orioles closer Zach Britton got my vote for AL Cy Young
While three finalists for the AL Cy Young were starters, Insider Joe Stiglich explains why he cast his first-place vote for a closer.
Sonny Gray sad in the dugout
Report: NL East team asking A's about Sonny Gray
While Sonny Gray had a down year by his standards, that's not stopping one National League team from reportedly asking about availability.
Felix Doubront pitching
A's re-sign Doubront, two others to minor league deals
The A's on Tuesday night re-signed three players to minor league deals, including left-handed pitcher Felix Doubront.
Terry Francona and Dave Roberts
Indians' Francona, Dodgers' Roberts earn Manager of the Year honors
After leading the Indians to the World Series, Terry Francona was named AL Manager of the Year, while Dave Roberts took home the NL award in his first season.
Cespedes on US witness list in Cuban smuggling case
Yoenis Cespedes, who signed with the A's in 2012 after leaving Cuba, is not set to be a witness in a smuggling trial.
Two A's minor leaguers suspended for drug violations
Two players in the A's farm system have been popped by Major League Baseball for separate drug issues...
A's hat in dugout
A's announce Player Development staff for 2017 season
The Oakland A’s Tuesday announced their player development staff for the 2017 season.
Can A's find diamond in the rough among free agent starters?
This year's crop of free agent starters is notably weak compared to the past. Will the A's again find cheap value on the open market?
Corey Seager and Michael Fulmer
Dodgers' Seager, Tigers' Fulmer win Rookie of the Year honors
Dodgers SS Corey Seager was named the unanimous winner of the NL Rookie of the Year award, and Detroit SP Michael Fulmer took home the AL honor Monday.
Two accept, eight decline $17.2 million qualifying offer
With the qalifying offer at an all-time high of $17.2 million, only two players accepted while eight are now on the open market.
Hellickson accepts qualifying offer, costs Phillies draft pick
Perhaps the most attractive free agent pitcher is already off the market as Jeremy Hellickson will head back to the Phillies with a $17.2 million qualifying offer.
Shohei Otani batting in Japan
Power-hitting Japanese phenom pitcher hits ball into roof of Tokyo Dome
Shohei Otani, who could be the next great Japanese pitcher to come to America, hit a ball so high Sunday, it got stuck in the roof of the Tokyo Dome.
A's trade Danny Valencia to Mariners
The A's on Saturday traded infielder/outfielder Danny Valencia to an AL West foe, the Seattle Mariners...
Jesse Chavez pitching for the Dodgers
Former A's pitcher leaves Dodgers, signs deal with Angels
The Angels added much-needed rotation depth Friday night when they signed former A's pitcher Jesse Chavez to a one-year deal.
Arizona Fall League roundup: Montas' scoreless innings streak continues
The A's acquired Frankie Montas at the trade deadline last season and the young pitcher is showing why they coveted him so much.
David Forst
Analysis: Are A's prepping for flurry of winter trades?
Smack dab in the epicenter of some of the juiciest trade rumors, the A’s look primed to be one of the winter’s most talked-about teams...
Andrew Bailey after a save
Former A's closer first free agent to sign deal, stays with Angels
Former A's closer became the first free agent to ink a deal this offseason when he re-signed with the Angels on Wednesday.
Chris Sale
Verlander, Cabrera, Sale could be available on trade market
Two aces and a big-time slugger could be available for the right price as teams look to reconstruct their rosters this offseason.
Josh Reddick and Rajai Davis
Free agency preview: Could A's fill holes in outfield with familiar faces?
The A's enter the 2016-17 free agency period with holes in two outfield spots, and could turn to some familiar faces to fill those voids...
10 players receive $17.2M qualifying offer
Last year a record 20 players received one-year qualifying offers before free agency began. This year, that number was cut in half as the price rose.
Bill King broadcasting
Legendary A's announcer King again a finalist for Ford C. Frick award
Bill King, who called A's games on the radio for more than two decades, is once again a finalist for the Ford C. Frick award.
Jason Hammel walking off the mound
Cubs decline $10 million option on former A's starter
Jason Hammel, who pitched half a season in Oakland, is a free agent after the Cubs declined his option for the 2017 season.
Chris Smith shakes hands with Bruce Maxwell
Report: A's re-sign journeyman pitcher to minor league deal
Veteran reliever Chris Smith, who pitched in 13 games for the A's in 2016, has reportedly agreed to a minor league deal with the club.
Mixed results for A's prospects in Fall Stars Game
The A's were represented by two prospects in Saturday's Fall Stars Game, with both up and down results...
Top free-agent starting pitchers of 2016-17 offseason
While there are no clear aces on the open market this year, there are still plenty of options for teams looking to add to their...
Report: Cespedes opts out of remaining two years with Mets
Slugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is now reportedly a free agent again after opting out of his contract with the Mets...
Joey Bats
Top free-agent outfielders of 2016-17 offseason
Might the Giants and A's be looking to upgrade their outfields? Here are the top options available if they decide to do so this...
Arizona Fall League roundup: A's arms dominating their competition
With four pitchers in the Arizona Fall League, A's prospects are giving fans and the front office plenty to be happy about... 
A's claim RHP off waivers from Reds
Josh Smith spent most of the season with the Reds and was 3-3 with a 4.68 ERA in 32 games, including two starts...
Krukow rips 'arrogant' Maddon for 'over-managing' in World Series
Mike Krukow did not hold back when asked about his thoughts on Cubs manager Joe Maddon...
Russell: Winning World Series 'what dreams are made of'
Addison Russell reacted to winning the World Series in a wild Game 7.
Zobrist reacts to winning second World Series in two years
Ben Zobrist reacted to winning his second World Series in as many years.
Ben Zobrist MVP
Former A’s infielder Zobrist named World Series MVP
The Cubs on Wednesday won their first World Series since 1908. And a key cog to them winning it all, Ben Zobrist, was recognized...
Draymond Green NBA Finals
Draymond offers take after Indians blow 3-1 series lead
Following the Indians' World Series loss to the Cubs on Wednesday night, Warriors forward Draymond Green offered his take...
Matt Stairs playing for A's in 1996
Phillies name former A's slugger as hitting coach
Former A's slugger Matt Stairs is leaving the Phillies TV broadcast booth to become the team's hitting coach, Philadelphia announced Wednesday.
A's duo throws eight innings of no-hitter in Arizona Fall League
Two A's pitching prospects dominated for eight innings of Arizona Fall League history Tuesday on the hill, leading their team to a win...
Lew Wolff
A's front office facing worst-case scenario after wait-it-out strategy
The A's typical position of standing still and getting paid is becoming less of an option thanks to the Raiders and the MLB CBA negotiations...
Barreto picked for AFL showcase, but what position will he settle at?
A's top prospect Franklin Barreto's bat has carried his through the farm system. Now the real question is, what position will he play long-term?
Jason Kipnis celebrates homer in Game 4
Indians crush Cubs in Game 4, take commanding 3-1 World Series lead
Corey Kluber pitched six dominant innings while Carlos Santana and Jason Kipnis homered as the Indians beat the Cubs 7-2 Saturday night.
Andrew Lambo during 2016 Spring Training
Report: A's re-sign outfielder who was treated for testicular cancer
Andrew Lambo, who missed a majority of the 2016 season due to testicular cancer, was reportedly re-sign with the A's.
Vince Vaughn to follow Bill Murray with seventh-inning stretch
From Bill Murray to Vince Vaughn the Cubs know how to get Wrigley Field singing during the seventh-inning stretch...
Toxicology report: Alcohol, cocaine in Jose Fernandez' blood at time of death
When former Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez' boat crashed and killed it, the 24-year-old was legally drunk and had cocaine in his system.
Bill Murray to conduct seventh-inning stretch in Game 3 of World Series
Comedic legend and Cubs super fan will get the crowd roaring at Wrigley Field in Game 3 of the World Series vs. the Indians.
Arizona Fall League roundup: Seven A's in action
The A's brought seven players to the Arizona Fall League this year, including several top prospects. Find out who and how they have done...
Kyle Schwarber happy in Game 2
Cubs come alive behind Schwarber, Arrieta, even World Series 1-1
Behind 5.2 strong innings from Jake Arrieta and two RBI from Kyle Schwarber, the Cubs beat the Indians 5-1 Wednesday to even the World Series.
Rob Manfred
Commissioner to talk to Indians owner about Chief Wahoo
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred after the World Series will have a meeting with Indians owner Paul Dolan over the team's controversial secondary logo.
Kyle Schwarber hitting during World Series
A's coach plays part in Schwarber's World Series comeback
When Kyle Schwarber parachuted in for two AFL games last week, he made a fan out of A's minor league coach Ryan Christenson.
Giovanni Soto pitching for the Indians in 2015
A's claim left-handed reliever off waivers from Cubs
Designated for assignemtn on Saturday by the Cubs, left-handed pitcher Giovanni Soto was claimed by the A's on Wednesday.
Indians shut out Cubs, take Game 1 of World Series
Behind Corey Kluber and their bats shining bright, the Indians grabbed a 1-0 lead in the World Series Tuesday vs. the Cubs.
Cubs, Indians name starting pitchers for Game 1 of World Series
The Cubs and Indians will have their aces ready to roll in Game 1 of the World Series when the two square off in Cleveland.
Cubs' Epstein: 'History doesn't really weigh on this club'
The curse is broken. The Cubs are going to the World Series. And the man largely responsible for it, Theo Epstein, shared why it was possible.
A's GM Forst feels passion of fans, will not second-guess decisions
A's GM David Forst reads through stacks of letters from fans questioning the front office, but he still trusts the direction of the organization.
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The A's Insider Podcast: GM David Forst
A's general manager David Forst joins Joe Stiglich for an extended conversation on The A's Insider Podcast to discuss his first...
No Indians first pitch for 'Wild Thing' in World Series
Charlie Sheen aka Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn, will have to be a spectator during the World Series instead of jumping on the mound in Cleveland.
Addison Russell
Cubs beat Dodgers, head home with 3-2 lead in NLCS
Jon Lester tossed seven solid innings and Addison Russell hit a tiebreaking homer Thursday as the Cubs took a 3-2 NLCS lead over the Dodgers.
Carlos Santana celebrates final out of ALCS
Crisp homers as Indians shut out Blue Jays to advance to World Series
Coco Crisp hit a solo home run to help the Indians beat the Blue Jays 3-0 Wednesday, punching Cleveland's ticket to the World Series.
Josh Donaldson homers against Indians
Donaldson homers, Blue Jays beat Indians to stay alive in ALCS
Josh Donaldson and the Blue Jays' bats finally woke up Tuesday as they beat the Indians 5-1 in Game 4 of the ALCS.
A's name Chip Hale third base coach
The A's used a very familiar name to replace Ron Washington as their third base coach and Bob Melvin is all smiles on the addition.
Ryon Healy, Jharel Cotton and Joey Wendle
A's face question heading into 2017: Ride youngsters or add vets?
Record-wise, the 2016 campaign was a disappointment for the A's. But they did get a look at several prospects, which could be key to 2017...
Ron Washington claps after Marcus Semien HR
Washington a 'tough loss,' but Semien confident A's will adapt
In a year and half with the A's, Ron Washington had a huge impact. Now, with his departure, it's up to the players to carry on his lessons.
Ron Washington
Ron Washington leaves A's for coaching job with Braves
A's coach Ron Washington is leaving the organization for a coaching opportunity with the Braves, prompting fond words from Oakland...
Coco Crisp hits homer vs Red Sox
Ortiz's career comes to end as Indians sweep Red Sox in ALDS
Coco Crisp homered Monday night as the Indians completed the sweep of the Red Sox, bringing David Ortiz's career to an end.
Manfred: A's 'first priority' for Oakland mayor over Raiders
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred stating again that he prefers the A's stay in Oakland and he believes mayor Libby Schaaf feels the same way...
Manfred: A's ownership analyzing multiple sites in Oakland
What's the latest on the A's stadium issue and how involved is owner John Fisher in the process? MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred...
Manfred: 'My strong preference' that A's stay in Oakland
In the Bay Area for the NLDS, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred provided an update on the A's stadium situation.
Blue Jays celebrate after Josh Donaldson scores
Blue Jays sweep Rangers, head to ALCS on Donaldson's dash home
As the ball bounced away from Mitch Moreland, Josh Donaldson raced home to score the ALDS-winning run for the Blue Jays Sunday night.
Eric Sogard crosses home plate
Longtime A's infielder elects free agency, 'grateful' for years in Oakland
After seven years in the A's organization, infielder Eric Sogard has decided to become a free agent rather than accept an assignment to Triple-A.
Man who threw beer can at Blue Jays game charged
The incident involving an Orioles outfield and a Toronto Blue Jays fans has netted charges for the spectator...
Arismendy Alcantara claimed off waivers by Cincinnati Reds
Arismendy Alcantara, who came to the A's in the Chris Coghlan trade, has been claimed off of waivers by a National League team...
A's outright another six players off 40-man roster
The A's continue to trim their 40-man roster -- on Thursday, they outrighted three pitchers and three position players to Nashville...
A’s outright two players off 40-man roster
The A's have sent a catcher and a right-handed pitcher to Triple-A Nashville, in an off-season move...
Melvin sees A's rotation as 'area of strength' next season
Due to injuries and a key trade, the A's went through a revolving door of a starting rotation. Now, Bob Melvin looks forward to his staff.
Targeting outfield help key for A's entering the offseason
The A's are happy to put the 2016 season to rest and looking at next year, Billy Beane acknowledged he needs to make upgrades to the outfield.
D'backs fire manager Hale, GM Stewart after 93-loss season
The D'backs entered the 2016 season with sky-high expectations, but lost 93 games, leading to the firing of their manager and GM on Monday.
A's 3B Healy named AL Rookie of the Month for September
After hitting .355 in 27 games during September, A's third baseman Ryon Healy was named AL Rookie of the Month on Monday.
A's coach Washington interviewing for Braves managerial job
Following a successful year and a half with the A's, third base coach Ron Washington meeting with one NL team about a managerial opening.
Rewind: A's hope young talent points way to brighter days ahead
Despite a down season, the Oakland Athletics feel like they have a young nucleus of players in place to contend in the years ahead...
Red Sox to retire David Ortiz's No. 34 after 2016 season
Before David Ortiz's last regular season game at Fenway Park, the Red Sox threw him one giant celebration to always remember.
Instant Replay: A's season ends with win over Mariners
Sean Manaea and his six innings of two-run work helped the A's close out the 2016 season with a win over the Mariners in Seattle...
Notes: Idea of playing in another WBC appeals to Hendriks
The fourth edition of the World Baseball Classic is slated for February 2017 and Liam Hendriks is eyeing a spot on Team Australia...
A's lineup: Wendle up top, Olson in right in 2016 season finale
In the season finale on Sunday, Joey Wendle is back at the top of the lineup, while fellow rookie Matt Olson gets the start against Felix Hernandez.
Rewind: Semien comes into his own as A's shortstop
It's been a season of substantial growth and improvement for Marcus Semien as he staked his claim as the A's shortstop of the future...
Glen and Ray: A's young players came through in win
Glen and Ray break down the A's extra inning win over the Mariners in Game 161 -- one that included the contributions of many...
Bob Melvin: Series against the Mariners is A's playoffs
Bob Melvin talks to A's manager Bob Melvin about the season's final series and how it serves as a learning experience and tool...
Instant Replay: A's rally in extras, eliminate Mariners
Joey Wendle hit an RBI double in the tenth to propel the A's past the Mariners and eliminate Seattle from playoff contention...
A's lineup: Wendle moved down, Semien up top vs Mariners
After batting primarily in the leadoff spot recently, rookie Joey Wendle is hitting ninth on Saturday with Marcus Semien moving to the top.
Rewind: Neal joins elite company with dominant relief outing
After retiring all 15 of the hitters he faced on Friday, Zach Neal ends his 2016 season on a historically high note...
Glen and Ray: Mariners playing the A's season on the line
Glen and Ray find silver linings in Zach Neal and Ryon Healy, plus acknowledge the Mariners' intensity during their hunt for a...
Instant Replay: Mariners muscle up, power past A's
Raul Alcantara surrendered four home runs to the Mariners as the A's were two-hit and suffered their fifth straight loss...
A’s trainer Walt Horn retiring after 2016 season
A's assistant athletic trainer Walt Horn on Friday announced that he will retire following the 2016 MLB season...
A's notes: Olson can make an impression in Valencia's absence
At a time when the A's offense is struggling, Valencia's scratch opens the door for Matt Olson, who's looking to make a good impression...
A's lineup: Wendle returns, batting leadoff vs Mariners
Rookie Joey Wendle is slotted back in Bob Melvin's lineup and will look to get the ball rolling as the team's leadoff hitter in Seattle.
A's announce 2017 spring training schedule
As the regular season is only days from coming to an end, the A's released their spring training schedule for next year on Friday.
Rewind: Amid the disappointment, A's could count on Graveman
In a year where injuries and inexperience stifled the A's pitching staff, Kendall Graveman emerged as the team's best starter of 2016...
Instant Replay: Late A's rally falls short against Mariners
Kendall Graveman pitched 5 2/3 strong innings and Chad Pinder hit his first home run of the season but it wasn't enough against the Mariners...
A's notes: For Davis, going yard is part of the job description
The Oakland Athletics' Khris Davis eclipsed the 100-RBI mark on Wednesday and is enjoying one of the best power seasons in A's history...
A's lineup: Semien retakes lead-off spot; Davis cleanup, DH
The A's had been leaning on Joey Wendle as the lead-off hitter for the past five games. But on Wednesday, Bob Melvin will go with someone else...
Gray pleased with velocity in short, successful return for A's
Sonny Gray hasn't been clocked during his rehab process. He took a peek at the stadium's radar gun immediately after his first pitch Wednesday.
Rewind: Despite sweep, Wolff sees promise in young A's
Despite another rough season, the young talent the A's have has co-owner Lew Wolff feeling good about the future of his team...
Instant Replay: Gray's return lone bright spot in loss to Angels
Sonny Gray returned but the wheels came off for the Athletics in the bottom of the fourth inning in a loss to the Angels in Anaheim...
A's notes: Healy credits workout routine for solid rookie year
Ryon Healy is enjoying a historic season for the A's and it's his work ethic off the field that is contributing heavily to his success...
A's lineup: Vogt DH; Maxwell C, batting eighth vs Angels
Scoring just two runs in this series against the Angels, manager Bob Melvin has changed his DH for Wednesday's finale in Anaheim...
Rewind: Gray eager for return, no matter how short it is
It's been an up and down season for A's starter Sonny Gray, but the pitcher says he's feeling healthy and ready to pitch...
Glen and Ray: For A's youth, 'learning experience' in loss
Glen Kuiper and Ray Fosse break down the Angels' Ricky Nolasco following a dominant performance against the A's.
Instant Replay: A's pitching overpowered by Angels in loss
The Angels used a seven-run fourth inning to power past Daniel Mengden and the A's in Anaheim en route to a 8-1 win...
Former A's Rookie of the Year's long road to Angels' closer
Andrew Bailey was on top of the baseball mountain when he started his career for the A's. Then injuries turned his world upside down...
A's lineup: Vogt back in the squat, hitting second vs Angels
Stephen Vogt is back behind the dish and Khris Davis will DH as the A's look to even up the series against the Angels in Anaheim...
Rewind: Manaea's dominant effort stands out in A's loss
For all the bumps and bruises the A's have endured, rookie Sean Manaea has been a bright glimpse of a positive future in Oakland.
Former A's OF Crisp homers as Indians clinch AL Central title
The Indians claimed their first AL Central crown since 2007 and Coco Crisp went yard to help his club celebrate in Detroit.
Instant Replay: A's lose to Angels on late defensive blunder
The A's held down the Angels offense for most of the game Monday night, but an eighth inning mistake saw the lead slip away in LA.
A's notes: Cancer-free Lambo 'in good spirits' back with team
Andrew Lambo was diagnosed with testicular cancer in June. On Monday, the A's outfielder was back with his teammates as in Los Angeles...
A's lineup: Valencia returns vs Angels, playing right field
The A's begin a three-game series vs. the Angels on the road and manager Bob Melvin has slotted a key bat back in the order, batting sixth.