COVID: California Allows For Some Fans At Ballparks, Limited Capacity At Amusement Parks April 1California public health officials announced Friday that fan attendance at outdoor sporting events and live performances would be allowed to take place with capacity restrictions starting in April, along with the opening of amusement parks.
COVID Reopening: 'We Have Confidence' About Fans At Ballparks On Opening Day, Newsom SaysGov. Gavin Newsom expressed confidence that some fans could return to the state's Major League Baseball stadiums possibly as soon as Opening Day in April.
Closer Trevor Rosenthal Finalizes 1-Year, $11 Million Deal With A’s Right-hander Trevor Rosenthal finalized an $11 million, one-year contract with the Oakland Athletics on Monday, providing manager Bob Melvin with a new reliable ninth-inning option after former closer Liam Hendriks’ departure in free agency.
Sergio Romo Returns To Bay Area; Signs Deal With Oakland A'sReliever Sergio Romo’s $2.25 million, one-year deal with the Oakland Athletics includes $250,000 in bonus opportunities for pitching appearances and another $500,000 if he regains his former role as a closer.
Oakland A's Sign Former Giants Reliever Sergio Romo to 1-Year ContractThe Oakland Athletics on Thursday confirmed that the team has signed a one-year contract with veteran former San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Sergio Romo.
A’s Extend Petit’s Contract With $2.55M, One-Year Dealhe Oakland Athletics made a deal to extend the contract of veteran reliever Yusmeiro Petit on a $2.55 million, one-year deal that is pending a physical.
Oakland A's Trade Khris Davis, Jonah Heim, Dane Acker to Rangers for Andrus, Garcia, CashThe Texas Rangers are sending veteran infielder Elvis Andrus, catcher Aramis Garcia and $13.5 million to the Oakland A’s for designated hitter Khris Davis, along with catcher Jonah Heim and right-hander Dane Acker.
A's Third Baseman Matt Chapman Earns Big RaiseSlick-fielding third baseman Matt Chapman reached agreement Friday on a guaranteed $6.49 million, one-year contract with the Oakland Athletics to avoid arbitration, and the club also secured deals with its five other arbitration-eligible players.
COVID: MLB Sues Insurance Providers In Alameda County Court Over Virus Losses In 2020 SeasonMajor League Baseball and all 30 of its teams are suing their insurance providers, citing billions of dollars in losses during the 2020 season played almost entirely without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Baseball Hall Of Famer Joe Morgan Dies At 77Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan, who starred for years with the Cincinnati Reds and played for both the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics late in his career, has died at the age of 77.
A's Playoff Run Ends, Lose To Astros In Game 4 Of ALDSThe Houston Astros beat the Oakland Athletics 11-6 on Thursday to clinch their home-run heavy AL Division Series in four games.
Long-Ball A's Stave Off Elimination With Come-From-Behind Win Against Astros In ALDS Game 3In a game that featured three lead changes and resembled another home run derby, the Oakland Athletics kept their season alive with a come-from-behind 9-7 win in Game 3 of the American League Division Series over the Houston Astros.
MLB Playoffs: With Losses, Athletics Find Themselves in Familiar SpotChad Pinder and the Oakland Athletics knew the Houston Astros were going to be a difficult opponent in the AL Division Series even after winning seven of 10 meetings during the regular season.
A's On Brink Of Playoff Elimination After Falling To Astros In ALDS Game 2George Springer hit two homers and the Houston Astros kept making more noise in the playoffs, beating the Oakland Athletics 5-2 on Tuesday to take a 2-0 lead in their AL Division Series.
Springer, Correa Rally Houston Past A's 10-5 In ALDS OpenerThe Astros rallied to beat the Oakland Athletics 10-5 in the opener of their AL Division Series on Monday at Dodger Stadium.