All four of the A's division foes made big additions to their roster. Here's a look at all the new names in the AL West.
The A's have question marks heading into the 2015 season. They're hoping Brett Lawrie's acquisition will keep third base from being one.
Construction of new LED scoreboards is underway at the Coliseum, but will it to be ready for the A’s first homestand in April?
It's been six years since Bud Selig formed a committee to investigate a potential A's move to San Jose. The results are worse than desultory.
The A's haven't had to go to the arbitration table with a player since 2005, but they are expected to have hearings with two players in February.
Sean Doolittle will miss the start of the season due to a slight rotator cuff tear in his throwing shoulder, the team announced Friday.
With the A's recently shipping out some their marquee prospects, are there any top position players left in their farm system? Insider Joe Stiglich has the scoop...
The A's are down to three arbitration-eligible players after coming to terms on Friday with utility infielder Eric Sogard.
Tickets to A's games go on sale this month. Be sure to consult the 2015 schedule of promotions and giveaways before lining up yours.
Shortstop is a question mark after Jed Lowrie's departure, and Billy Beane is placing the A's faith in an unproven local boy with an upside.
The A’s search for an everyday second baseman had been a hot topic, but could they have found a solution with their latest acquisition?
The A's still have four arbitration-eligible players, but they locked up five others on Friday -- including Josh Reddick and Brett Lawrie.
San Jose’s legal fight to lure the A’s suffered another setback with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' decision Thursday.
With Yunel Escobar on his way to the Nationals, the A's latest trade shows just how much confidence they have in their new double-play combo.