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2018 Schedule
90-61, 2nd in AL West
Inning falls apart for A's after fan interference (0:59)
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1d

Report: Union, teams met on revenue grievance

Baseball union officials met last month with the management of the four major league teams accused of improper spending of revenue sharing money, according to The Associated Press.

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2dTim Keown

Inside the A's clubhouse for another shock run

We spent two weeks with Oakland's latest band of fun-loving misfits to discover how the A's are once again defying the odds and streaking toward October.

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6d

RHP Cahill latest A's starter to be sidelined

A's right-hander Trevor Cahill has been scratched from Saturday's scheduled start with a strained muscle in his back, the latest in a long line of A's starters dealing with injuries. Cahill is returning to Oakland for an MRI.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

99 wins. That's what the Oakland A's are on pace to finish the season with, following a 10-0 skunking of the Orioles. Now if only Houston would stop winning. Despite the A's victory - their sixth in a row - they're still three games behind the Astros (9-1 in their last ten) in the AL West.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Oakland's bullpen and defense get plenty of love, but don't sleep on the offense. Entering play today, the A's had a .791 OPS since June 1, best in the bigs. That number's gone up a little bit tonight, as Oakland is absolutely blitzing Orioles pitching. In the third inning, the first 11 batters reached base as the A's hung a 10-spot on Baltimore.

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8dBradford Doolittle

Tanking Tiers: Ranking MLB's rebuilders

While teams like the A's and Braves are showing you can go from rebuilding to contending, others are still trying to find their way from the basement to relevance.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

OK, every team is good at beating the Orioles in 2018, but the A's continue to put pressure on the Astros with a 3-2 victory in Baltimore. The A's are a remarkable 54-21 in the past 75 games, after going 34-36 in their first 70. The A's also have an easy schedule the rest of the way: two more in Baltimore, at Tampa, home against the Angels and Twins and a season-ending trip to Seattle and Anaheim. The Astros will not be able coast to a division title.

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8d

A's Manaea having surgery, may miss all of '19

A's lefty Sean Manaea, who was 12-9 with a career-best 3.59 ERA and 108 strikeouts, will miss the rest of the season and possibly 2019 after having surgery.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs7335th
Batting Average.25013th
On Base Percentage.32311th
Slugging Percentage.4353rd
Earned Run Average3.8113th
Quality Starts7516th
WHIP1.225th
BAA.2388th