A's Game Recaps

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...

Game #84: Nightmare Series Ends With Sweep


You don't even want to know. I know I would be better off had I not watched baseball this week. The best thing the A's--and their collective fan base--can do is put this series out of their minds...

Game #83: A's can't touch Rick Porcello


You know that Tigers pitcher who always seems to come up big against the A's, the one who has been the bane of Oakland's existence throughout the American League Division Series in both 2012 and...

Game #82: A's lose 5-4 on walk-off grand slam


The A's did everything right until the reliable Sean Doolittle blew his second save in two tries, giving up a shocking walk-off grand slam to Rajai Davis.

Game #81: Freiman & Cook Help A's Devour Fish 4-3


You get the food references, right? OK good. What a series -- each game tight, tense, with twists and turns a-plenty, more bizarre moments than you could conjure up in your wildest alcoholic...

Game #80: Can't predict baseball, A's win 7-6 (14)


Short version: The Athletics won in 14 innings. Jim Johnson and Tommy Milone batted.

Game #79: A's Overcome Bad Inning to Beat Marlins


Despite allowing a 5-run sixth inning, the A's stormed back with one to tie in the eighth and four to win in the ninth. From down 5-4, the A's won 9-5 and looked pretty damn good doing it.

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