Robbed of his would-be first Major League hit after a replay review in the second inning, Oakland third baseman Matt Chapman absolutely outdid himself with the one that counted.
OAKLAND — The A’s dismissed pitching coach Curt Young on Thursday, handing them over to bullpen coach Scott Emerson as they seek change in the middle of another subpar season.
Two of baseball’s hottest young pitchers will square off in Oakland on Friday night, with Yankees right-hander Luis Severino facing A’s left-hander Sean Manaea.
Big-time power prospect Matt Chapman joined the A’s on Thursday, signaling a big step in the continuation of a youth movement that will likely come to define Oakland’s season.
Jordan Montgomery is pitching his best baseball of the season, and the left-hander looks to keep it going on Thursday night as he gets the start for the Yankees when they visit Oakland Coliseum in the first game of a four-game series with the A’s. Right-hander Sonny Gray will oppose him on the mound for […]
A little more than a year removed from being drafted sixth overall by the Oakland A’s, A.J. Puk already has firmly established himself as one of the top strikeout artists in the Minor Leagues.
Daniel Gossett makes his Major League debut on Wednesday opposite veteran Edinson Volquez when Oakland wraps up a quick two-game series with Miami at Marlins Park.
An off-day might’ve been all the Marlins needed after a tough series finale in Pittsburgh. Back home, Miami amassed 11 hits — two of which were homers by Marcell Ozuna and Giancarlo Stanton — and held Oakland to just three knocks in an 8-1 rout at Marlins Park on Tuesday night.
Right-hander Daniel Gossett, the Athletics’ No. 5-overall prospect according to MLBPipeline.com, will make his Major League debut on Wednesday against Miami.
Jaycob Brugman presumed he had experienced it all in what could have been best described as a whirlwind initial taste of the big leagues on Friday against the Rays. As it turned out, the second act was much sweeter for the Athletics’ rookie outfielder.
Yonder Alonso didn’t have a chance to reflect on his seven-hit outburst following the Athletics’ doubleheader on Saturday against the Rays — he was already busy looking forward to the next game. “It’s cool,” he deadpanned, “but I’ve got to worry about tomorrow. That’s all that’s in my head right now.” It wasn’t just cool, […]