6/27/2016 | Semien leads charge behind stellar Mengden
Marcus Semien skied a three-run home run to left field as part of a five-run second inning, and A's starter Daniel Mengden stymied the Giants' bats through 7 2/3 innings in Oakland's 8-3 Bay Bridge Series opening win at AT&T Park on Monday.
6/27/2016 | Suarez hoping for more success at home vs. A's
The Giants and Athletics wrap up their set of games at AT&T Park on Tuesday night before heading to the Oakland Coliseum for the remainder of the home-and-home series. Albert Suarez, who continues to pitch in place of Matt Cain in the Giants' rotation, will make his first start at home since June 13. Right-hander Kendall Graveman will be on the mound for the A's.
6/27/2016 | A's add Tepesch to Minors, DFA Surkamp
The A's shook up their rotation depth Monday, claiming right-hander Nick Tepesch off waivers from the Dodgers and designating lefty Eric Surkamp for assignment.
6/27/2016 | A's plan to have Manaea start Wednesday
A's manager Bob Melvin said lefty Sean Manaea will return from the disabled list and start Wednesday against the Giants, aiding a rotation that finally seems to be on the mend.
6/27/2016 | Reddick slated to return to A's lineup Tuesday
The A's expect to activate right fielder Josh Reddick from the disabled list in time for Tuesday's Interleague matchup with the Giants at AT&T Park.
6/26/2016 | Gray's solid start, Crisp's slam go to waste
For six and a half innings on Sunday afternoon at Angel Stadium, everything was set up for the A's to complete a four-game sweep of the Angels and hand Sonny Gray his first win in over two months. In the end, it was the Angels who were celebrating a walk-off 7-6 win, the decisive play a sac fly from Jefry Marte to score Mike Trout with one out in the ninth.
6/26/2016 | Marte's sac fly caps Halos' comeback vs. A's
Jefry Marte scored Mike Trout on a sac fly with one out in the ninth inning as the Angels enjoyed a walk-off win over the A's, 7-6, to snap a six-game losing streak. It was the fourth walk-off win for the Halos this season.
6/26/2016 | Giants, A's renew spirited Battle of the Bay
The San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics have headed in different directions this year. While the Giants have enjoyed one of their best stretches in franchise history as of late, the A's sit more than 10 games outside of the division lead in the American League West. Yet that may not be an accurate predictor of the upcoming Bay Bridge Series.
6/26/2016 | A's unsure of Reddick's return date
The A's aren't sure if Josh Reddick will be ready to be activated from the disabled list before Monday's game against the Giants, which was the club's original timetable to bring back the outfielder from the 15-day DL.
6/26/2016 | Overton has night of firsts in 'awesome' debut
In his Major League debut, Dillon Overton pitched well enough to earn the win in Oakland's 7-3 win over the Angels on Saturday night, the team's third straight victory. With 28 friends and family in attendance, Overton gave his support staff plenty to cheer about over 5 2/3 innings.
6/26/2016 | Overton gets win in big league debut vs. Halos
Danny Valencia's two-run, first-inning home run boosted Dillon Overton in his Major League debut as the Athletics beat the Angels, 7-3, to claim their third straight in the four-game set.
6/25/2016 | Melvin touts his #ASGWorthy players
A's manager Bob Melvin thinks his club has several "sneaky candidates" who should be considered for the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard.
6/25/2016 | Surkamp optioned to make room for Overton
The A's optioned left-hander Eric Surkamp to Triple-A Nashville and transferred right-hander Henderson Alvarez to the 60-day disabled list to clear roster space for Saturday starter Dillon Overton, who was promoted from Nashville to start against the Angels in his Major League debut.
6/25/2016 | Gray, Santiago to square off in finale
The A's will send Sonny Gray to the mound on Sunday as they go for a four-game sweep against the Angels at Angel Stadium. Left-hander Hector Santiago will start for the Halos.
6/25/2016 | Davis puts on show for family with bat, glove
Not long after his three-run homer broke a tie game in the eighth inning and gave the A's a 7-4 comeback win over the Angels on Friday night, Khris Davis admitted he doesn't want to say goodbye to Angel Stadium following the weekend series.
6/25/2016 | Davis' 3-run shot, stellar D lift A's over Halos
Khris Davis' three-run homer in the eighth inning powered the Athletics to a 7-4 victory over the Angels on Friday night at Angel Stadium.
6/24/2016 | Overton joins club ahead of callup
Dillon Overton must wait until Saturday to officially make his Major League debut as the starter for the A's against the Angels, but he joined the club at Angel Stadium on Friday to get a feel for the big stage and found it difficult to properly express his excitement.
6/24/2016 | A's anticipate Hill and Manaea to return soon
The A's are moving closer toward getting back two members of their starting rotation, though they're still unsure about the status of another.
6/24/2016 | Tropeano activated, then optioned to Triple-A
The Angels avoided a potential starting pitching quandary Friday, activating right-hander Nick Tropeano from the 15-day DL and optioning him to Triple-A Salt Lake.
6/24/2016 | Overton to face Chacin, Angels in big league debut
The A's will promote left-handed prospect Dillon Overton from Triple-A Nashville to start against the Angels on Saturday night at Angel Stadium in his Major League debut.
6/24/2016 | Davis treats dad to 17th homer of season
Khris Davis hoped his father's presence wouldn't be a distraction Thursday night. As it turned out, the A's outfielder made sure of it by hitting his 17th home run of the season to help his club to a 5-4 win over the Angels.
6/24/2016 | A's to call up lefty Overton for Saturday's start
The A's will promote 2013 second-round pick Dillon Overton from Triple-A Nashville to make Saturday's start against the Angels at Angel Stadium. The outing will be the 24-year-old left-hander's big league debut.
6/24/2016 | Umpire exits after bat hits him on the head
Home-plate umpire Paul Emmel left Thursday night's game between the Angels and A's at Angel Stadium after the Angels' Jefry Marte lost his grip on his bat during a swing, and the bat hit Emmel on top of his head.
6/24/2016 | Semien's shot helps A's pay back Lincecum
Marcus Semien hit a three-run homer in the second inning as the A's posted a four-spot against Tim Lincecum, who held them to one run in six innings six days prior but was gone by the fourth in Oakland's 5-4 win on Thursday night at Angel Stadium.
6/24/2016 | Berrios, Judge among top prospect performers Thursday
Jose Berrios was absolutely dominant in Triple-A Rochester's 2-0 win over Columbus. Berrios (Twins' No. 1) is the No. 15 overall prospect, and after his electric outing, it's very clear why he's so highly regarded.
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