As the Red Sox and Athletics open a four-game series in Oakland on Thursday night, one starting pitcher will be making his Major League debut and the other will be trying to get into a groove after opening the season late due to injury.
The Mariners and A’s will close out a three-game series at Safeco Field on Wednesday, a matchup featuring a pair of right-handed starters — Seattle’s Christian Bergman and Oakland’s Jesse Hahn.
Mariners starter Yovani Gallardo has only one win this season, but that victory came against the A’s. The veteran right-hander will look to repeat that effort when he opens Seattle’s three-game series against Oakland on Monday night at Safeco Field. The A’s will counter with lefty Sean Manaea, who is in the same boat, with […]
Rangers right-hander A.J. Griffin was outstanding the last time he faced the Athletics in April.
Mark Canha feels exponentially better at the plate following his three-week stint with Triple-A Nashville. The Oakland outfielder, recalled just ahead of game time Tuesday, was in the starting lineup for Wednesday’s series finale against the Angels, as the A’s hope to keep him in rhythm.
A’s fans will see a familiar face taking the mound in Wednesday’s series finale against the Angels. Right-hander Jesse Chavez, who spent parts of four seasons in Oakland, is set to take the hill against A’s righty Andrew Triggs.
Right-handers Kendall Graveman and Ricky Nolasco will face off Monday night as the A’s and Angels open a three-game series at the Oakland Coliseum.
Fireworks are set to light up the Saturday night sky at the Oakland Coliseum, but first, a couple of quality right-handers will square off as the A’s and Tigers will play the second game of their weekend series.
Michael Fulmer pitched the Tigers past the A’s in Friday night’s series opener, holding Oakland to two runs in eight innings of a 7-2 victory at the Coliseum.
After rain washed away his home start on Thursday, Detroit’s Michael Fulmer will be on the mound in a drier and slightly warmer Coliseum on Friday when the Tigers and Athletics begin a three-game series. The opener will pit Fulmer against Oakland’s Andrew Triggs, who is off to a stellar 4-1 start with a 1.84 […]
Sonny Gray’s welcome-back party went haywire at Target Field on Tuesday evening, the return of Oakland’s ace spoiled by a home run blitz. Gray, the losing pitcher in a 9-1 rout in the series opener, was responsible for three of Minnesota’s Target Field-record six homers.