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  • Lester goes to A's and other trade thoughts

    Lester goes to A's and other trade thoughts
    The big trade deadline shoe dropped early Thursday morning, and it landed in an unexpected place for an unexpected value. The Boston Red Sox dealt their ace and pending free agent left-hander Jon Lester as well as outfielder Jonny Gomes and some cash to...
  • A's use six-run ninth to rally past Astros, 7-4

    HOUSTON The A's might be able to look back to July 29 as a watershed day in the American League West pennant race. At just about the same moment that the Baltimore Orioles stung the second-in-the-west Angels with a 12-inning, 7-6 win, Brandon Moss beat...
  • Marcus Thompson: Lester trade is clear indication A's are going for World Series

    The Oakland A's have provided the second big jolt of the baseball season. Billy Beane leaves no doubt he is going for a title. Right now. The A's acquired another coveted arm in Jon Lester from Boston, along with Jonny Gomes. How? Beane gave up Yoenis...
  • Rangers defeat Athletics, 4-1

    ARLINGTON, Texas The Jason Hammel portion of the A's July 4 blockbuster trade with the Chicago Cubs has yet to produce any wins for Oakland. Hammel fell to 0-3 in three starts with Oakland in taking a 4-1 loss to the Texas Rangers on Friday in Globe Life...
  • Crisp, A's get back on track in win over Mets

    Crisp, A's get back on track in win over Mets OAKLAND, Calif. -- Coco Crisp entered Tuesday night's game mired in a hitting slump and hoping to bust loose. The Oakland center fielder warmed up with a sharp single in the third inning, then lined a...
  • Mets 8, Athletics 5

    (Updated: UPDATES standings, 3RD graph) Mets 8, Athletics 5: Lucas Duda clubbed a three-run homer and visiting New York scored seven of its eight runs with two outs to earn a split of the two-game series. Zack Wheeler (9-8) won his sixth...
  • Ryan Divish: Winners and losers of the trade deadline

    BALTIMORE It certainly wasn't dull. The 48 hours leading up to the Major League Baseball trade deadline on Thursday featured rumors, speculation, deals, falsely reported deals thanks to fake Twitter accounts and enough action to be reminiscent of your own...
  • Hammel tagged with loss again in Rangers' win over A's

    ARLINGTON, Texas Jason Hammel is 0-3 in his first three starts for the A's after taking the loss in Oakland's 4-1 defeat to the Texas Rangers on Friday, so it's natural that the name "Tommy Milone" has started to pop up. Milone was 6-0 with a 2.62 ERA...
  • Royals stay hot, rally past A's

    Royals stay hot, rally past A's KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Oakland Athletics had the Kansas City Royals on the ropes in the sixth inning, but could not put them away. Right fielder Nori Aoki's two-run triple in the seventh inning put the Kansas City...
  • Oakland A's lose series finale to Minnesota Twins

    OAKLAND, Calif. A couple of old friends did in the A's on Sunday, Kurt Suzuki with a tiebreaking double and Josh Willingham with subsequent two-run homer in the eighth inning of a 6-1 Minnesota victory that ended Oakland's winning streak against the Twins...
  • Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    If (Theo) Epstein continues trading every starting pitcher with value, who will pitch in 2015?  Does he expect Edwin Jackson to pitch every day? At this rate, the Cubs won't enjoy sustained success in this century. --Jaime G., Universal City, Texas...