A's Game Recaps


Game #101: Shark eats Bass, A’s sink Astros 13-1

Things went swimmingly for the Athletics on Thursday.

Game #101: Shark eats Bass, A’s sink Astros 13-1


Things went swimmingly for the Athletics on Thursday.

Game #100: Cespedes Awesome, Johnson Not


A's fans: Let's do it, so awesome; we dropped a 5-spot on the Astros, and another two, and we're leading 7-0 and 8-1, we're rolling, let's go! Oh, it's 9-2! Let's bring in Jim Johnson! Totally...

Game #99: Houston bullpen beats Oakland bullpen


Twelve innings played, but the Astros bullpen outlasted the Athletics bullpen as Houston defeats Oakland by the score of 3-2 after four hours and nine minutes.

Game #98: A's Run Roughshod Over O's


It turns out that when you pitch, hit, and play defense better than your opponent, good things happen. Yes the A's infielders committed a flurry of errors late, but when it mattered it was "all...

Game #97: Hammel's early exit leads to A's 8-4 loss


The Oakland Athletics fell to the Baltimore Orioles by the score of eight to four. Jason Hammel managed only two innings plus three batters in his second start for the Athletics. He gave up five...

Game #96: Donaldson Walks it off with 3-Run HR


It's just like the A's this season, isn't it? When all hope seemed lost, and the A's canoe was listlessly circling the river before being pulled under for a sure loss, the middle of the lineup...

Game #95: Sweepless In Seattle! Another Gray Day


On a day when the A's really needed Sonny Gray to come up big, the boyish-looking man showed why Oakland could easily be sending 8 All-Stars to Minnesota. Gray's 7⅔ IP, in which he allowed just one...

Game #94: Iwakuma dominant in A's 6-2 loss to M's


The Athletics dropped the second game of this three-game set by the final of 6 to 2 to the Seattle Mariners. It really wasn't that close.

Game #93: Felix Beats A's, Sky Blue, Grass Green


It doesn't really seem to matter what the A's do against Felix; they score late, they still lose, they plate two early (as in the case tonight), they still lose; their starting pitcher throws a...

Game #92: Kazmir dominates Giants, A's win 6-1


The A's win three out of four games vs. the Giants, Kazmir pitches 7 shutout innings, and Donaldson hit a home run. Ho hum.

Game #91: A's Fall Flat to Giants 5-2


After two exciting A's wins, blowing out the Giants at home, the tables are turned tonight on the road, as it's the Giants' turn to score five runs, and render the A's bats helpless.


Game #90: A's show off the Sonny side of the Bay


The first two games of this four-game set against San Francisco almost paralleled 1989: A 5-0 win, followed by a 5-1 win the next night, at the Oakland Coliseum. But if the only imperfection of the...

Game #89: A's put 5-0 beatdown on Giants


Battle of the Bay Round 1 decisively goes to Oakland.

Game #88: At Times Sharkily, At Times Gentry


Allowing just 4 runs in 4 games, the A's swept the 4-game series from Toronto taking the finale 4-2 behind Jeff Samardzija's dominant effort and the speed of Craig Gentry. Clearly the man on which...

Game #87: Scott Kazmir dominates; A's win 5-1


The Oakland Athletics defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 this Saturday in a brisk two hours, 37 minutes behind an outstanding pitching performance from Scott Kazmir ahead of tomorrow's All-Star...

Game #86: Walk It Off! A's Celebrate America!


And a happy fourth to you too!

Game #85: Gray dominates Jays, baseball is weird


This game was weird. Good weird, in that the A’s managed to pull a win out of it. Bad weird, in that I have no idea what the hell got into baseball for the first few innings. Baseball is almost...

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