A's, Giants Look Ahead, Release Full 2021 Season SchedulesAs the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants train for a coronavirus-shortened 2020 season, both teams have released their 2021 schedules.
KPIX's Dennis O'Donnell: 'The A's Are Loaded Top To Bottom'KPIX sports director Dennis O’Donnell looks at the A's and Giants' chances against the AL and NL West in a 60-game season.
A's Pitcher Luzardo Reportedly Tests Positive For COVID-19; Diekman Expresses Doubts About SeasonThe A's worked out again at the Oakland Coliseum Tuesday, but pitcher Jesus Luzardo remained home in Florida after testing positive for COVID-19, according to reports.
Baseball Reopening: Oakland A's Make Trade; Will Play In Stadium Filled With Fan CutoutsThe San Diego Padres have acquired middle infielder Jorge Mateo from the Oakland Athletics in the first trade since baseball resumed after a shutdown of more than three months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Minor League Baseball Cancels 2020 Season For Giants, A's AffiliatesBaseball’s minor leagues canceled their seasons on Tuesday after Major League Baseball decided not to provide any players to its affiliated teams amid the coronavirus pandemic.
MLB Opening Day Set For July 24; Players Agree To Return To 'Spring' Training July 1The Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) told the league the players will comply with the league's proposed timeline for the 2020 season with 60 games in 66 days during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Oakland A's All-Star Outfielder Claudell Washington Dies At Age 65Claudell Washington, a two-time All-Star outfielder who played 17 seasons in the majors after being called up as a teenager by the Oakland Athletics, has died. He was 65.
MLB Draft: Who Do Experts Have A's, Giants Taking In First Round?The first round of the MLB Draft gets underway tonight, who will the Bay Area teams select?
Oakland A's Broadcaster Dallas Braden Concerned For MLB's FutureWhile baseball "quibbles" over money, Braden is concerned that the harmonious plans to get the NBA and NHL re-started will do permanent longterm damage to America's Pastime.
Oakland A's 'Voice Of God' Announcer Roy Steele Has DiedFormer Oakland Coliseum public address announcer Roy Steele's booming voice has remained etched in the memories of A's fans long after his 2005 retirement.
Cash-Strapped Oakland A's Place Scouts On Furlough; Halting Pay To Minor LeaguersThe Oakland Athletics are placing their scouts and a significant number of other front office employees on furlough, suspending pay for minor leaguers and cutting the salaries of other executives as part of a cost-cutting move in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oakland A's Refusing To Pay Coliseum Rent Because Of COVID-19 ShutdownThe Oakland Athletics, who have had their 2020 season sidelined by both the Major League Baseball and Alameda County COVID-19 shutdowns, has told Oakland Coliseum officials they will not be paying rent at the Coliseum until the season begins.
Former Oakland A's 'Moneyball' Manager Art Howe Released After COVID-19 Treatment In Houston ICUFormer manager Art Howe, who spent seven years at the helm of the 'Moneyball' A's, winning 600 regular-season games, has been released from a Houston hospital where treatment for his COVID-19 infection required a stay in the Intensive Care Unit.
Former Oakland A's Manager Art Howe Battling COVID-19 In Houston ICUFormer manager Art Howe, who spent seven years at the helm of the A's, winning 600 regular-season games, was in intensive care Friday in a Houston hospital with the coronavirus.
Shorter MLB Season Means 'More Emphasis On Winning Games,' Says KPIX's Dennis O'DonnellWill MLB return in July with an 82-game season, and what will that mean for the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A's?