Oakland A's Swing for the Playoffs But Where Are the Fans?The Oakland A's are powering toward the playoffs with the second-best record in baseball since mid-June. But at most home games there are still hundreds of empty seats. Devin Fehely reports. (9-20-18)
Vern Glenn Plays Baseball Manager For Real But Not For LongMr. Involvement, Vern Glenn, got a (brief) opportunity to run a ball club and his respect for skippers everywhere shot way up. (8-31-18)
Beer Here! A's Bring Back In-Seat Suds ServiceOn Thursday at the Oakland Coliseum, A's fans got a blast from the past when the stadium re-introduced in-seat beer service after a 3-decade-long dry spell. Christin Ayers reports. (6-7-18)
Former Giants Manager Dusty Baker's Son Plays for CalBaseball fans remember the 2002 World Series when four-year-old batboy Darren Baker -- son of Giants manager Dusty Baker -- wandered onto the field to retrieve a bat as a runner was barreling toward home plate. Darren was scooped up to safety by J.T. Snow. Now Darren plays baseball for Cal and he's having a great season. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (5-3-18)
Oakland Athletics Game Attendance Not A Home RunThe Oakland A's just aren't filling seats. Andrea Nakano reports. (4/2/18)
A's Walk-Off Win Tops Sunny Season Opener in OaklandKPIX 5's Da Lin mingled with happy A's fans on a great opening day in Oakland. (3-29-18)
A's To Hold Home Opener Marking 50 Years In OaklandBaseball returns to Oakland Thursday as the A's play against the Los Angeles Angels in the home opener. Jackie Ward talks to A's COO Chris Giles about the team marking 50 years in the East Bay. (3/29/18)
Oakland A's Make Pitch To Buy ColiseumThe Oakland A's have made a pitch to buy their current home. Phil Matier tells us they want to take control of the entire coliseum in exchange for paying off taxpayer debt.
New Season, New Food Options Coming to AT&T ParkWith the regular season about to begin, KPIX 5's Mary Lee got a look -- and a taste -- of the new food items you'll be able to get at AT&T Park. (3-23-18)
San Mateo Jury Awards $2.3M To Ex-MLB Pitcher In Hand Injury LawsuitA Northern California jury has awarded $2.3 million to a former Major League Baseball pitcher injured after confronting a man high on LSD trying to break into his home. Katie Nielsen reports. (3/20/18)
Barely Missing Massacre, A's Pitcher Sets Up Fund for His Stricken Alma MaterJesus Luzardo graduated from Douglas High School two years ago and now he's working his way through the minor leagues with the A's. He had planned to be on campus last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 17. Luzardo has set up a fund for Douglas High at: bit.ly/2F9qzgg
San Francisco Expected To Approve Giants Plan For Development Near BallparkCity officials in San Francisco are expected to approve a plan by the Giants baseball team to build a 28-acre mixed-use development near AT&T Park. Jessica Flores reports. (2/13/18)
Baseball Academy Inspires Young PlayersJefferson Award Winner Founded Greatest Game Baseball Academy
New Oakland A's Stadium Blocked By Community CollegeA community college in Oakland says it doesn't want a new Oakland Athletics stadium as a neighbor. Allen Martin reports. (12/6/17)
Sports Players Drop A Knee, Link Arms For Constitutional RightsFrom the NFL to a Bay Area marching band, many are dropping a knee or linking arms to stand up for Constitutional rights. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)
A's Catcher Becomes First MLB Player To Kneel During AnthemOakland A's catcher Bruce Maxwell took a knee, placed his cap over his heart and faced the flag at Saturday's game.
Supporters Come Out For Proposed Oakland A's BallparkThe A's are getting more support bihind their proposal for a new ballpark. Anne Makovec met with members of the Oakland community who are welcoming the team to be their new neighbors.
Stockton Ports Slugger Eyed By A'sNot many pro baseball players had a month like Seth Brown, who plays for the Stockton Ports, a Single-A minor league affiliate of the Oakland A's. Vern Glenn reports. (9-8-17)
San Ramon Little League Team Gets A Shot At The World SeriesA Bay Area Little League team needs one more win to move on to the World Series. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8/9/17)
Incident Breaks Out Between Fan, Guard At A's/Giants GameThe Oakland A's are investigating an incident caught on camera which appears to show a guard attacking a fan at Monday night's game against the Giants. Jessica Flores reports. (8/1/17)
Intel Brings Virtual Reality Game Coverage to AT&T ParkAre you ready for virtual reality coverage of Major League Baseball? As KPIX 5's Dennis O'Donnell reports, it's here now. (7-4-17)
Former A's All-Star Pitcher Mike Norris, Author of 'Blackballed Twice'Former Oakland A's pitcher, all-star and Gold Glover Mike Norris talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about his new book, 'Blackballed Twice.'
Hunter Pence Stays Mum About Involvement In Breaking Up Strickland Brawl With HarperWilson Walker tries to get details from Hunter Pence on his role stopping on-field brawl between Giants and Nationals (5-30-2017)
A's Offer To Replace Mariner Fan's iPhone Smashed By HR BallKen Bastida reports on the A's surprising a Seattle Mariners fan by offering to replace his iPhone after it got shattered by a Ryon Healy home run (5-17-2017)