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A's rally to beat Diamondbacks in 11 innings

The Oakland A's allowed the tying run to score in the ninth inning, then rallied to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks in 11 innings 
Oakland A's-Los Angeles Angels pitching matchups
Pitching matchups for Oakland A's-Los Angeles Angels series 

Oakland A's edge Arizona Diamondbacks for rare win in desert
Stephen Vogt's homer and bloop RBI single help boost the A's to their first win in Phoenix since 2008. 

Defense betrays Gray in A's loss to Diamondbacks
Oakland ace cruises through fifth, but Arizona rallies in sixth and seventh 

Slumping A's visit a Diamondbacks team that has exceeded expectations
Arizona Diamondbacks, under manager Chip Hale and general manager Dave Stewart, were playing better than expected until they ran into the St. Louis Cardinals. 

A's strike first but lose to Mariners 8-2
Billy Burns homered off Felix Hernandez on the first pitch of the game, but Seattle scored four runs in the bottom of the first and defeated the A's 8-2 in Seattle
 

Mariners turn tables on A's
This time, Seattle overcomes 5-run deficit to get win 

Kephart: Even odds for new Raiders stadium Coliseum City development
Despite growing pessimism about his ability to nail down a $4 billion development deal, including a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders, Floyd Kephart said he still had even odds to get the deal done. 

A's roll after another seven-run inning
Oakland scores seven in an inning for second day in a row, beats Mariners 

Ron Washington replaces Mike Gallego as A's third base coach
Mike Gallego told his family that his days with the Oakland A's could be numbered after Ron Washington was hired in May to coach the infielders. 

A's-Mariners matchups
Pitchers for three-game series at Safeco Field 

Graveman injury puts damper on A's win
Rookie pitcher might be done for season with oblique ailment; Doolittle struggles in return, but Oakland picks him up with seven-run inning. 

Rays 5, A's 4: Sonny Gray pitches well over eight innings, but Oakland's relievers can't hold on
Gray, in contention for the AL Cy Young Award, is unable to pick up his 13th victory 

Rays hold off A's 2-1; Doolittle ready to come back
Oakland rally fizzles in ninth; Bassitt takes another hard-luck loss 

A's Ike Davis needs hip surgery, done for season
First baseman finishes with just 3 homers in injury-plagued season 

Floyd Kephart submits final plan for Oakland Raiders stadium
The odds appear long for a San Diego businessman who has been working nearly a year on a plan to build a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders and transform nearly 90 surrounding acres into major housing, office and retail complex 

A's-Rays matchups
Pitchers for three-game series at O.co Coliseum 

A's D.H. Billy Butler says character being tested by awful season
Oakland A's brought Billy Butler in for his bat, but his season thus far has consisted of twice as many double plays as home runs. 

Thompson: A's can only look up
The Oakland A's do have a bright future 

A's complete two-game sweep of Dodgers
The Oakland Athletics defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-2 to sweep the two-game series.
 

A's get walk-off win over Dodgers in 10th
Mark Canha, Billy Butler lead off 10th inning with back-to-back doubles to give the A's a 5-4 win over the Dodgers 

A's fall to Orioles to finish winless trip
Gray returns but can't stop the slide as A's drop seventh in a row 

A's-Dodgers matchups
Pitchers for the two-game series at O.co Coliseum 

A's reach new season low in 18-2 loss
A's allow season high in runs and fall season-worst 17 games under .500 

Oakland A's handed ugly 18-2 loss by Baltimore
A's pitching, defense ineffective as Oakland loses sixth game in a row 

A's Gray will return to mound Monday in Baltimore
Sonny Gray responding well after back spasms sidelined him from start in Toronto. 

Brewers minor leaguer first active ballplayer to come out as gay
A minor league player for the Milwaukee Brewers has become the first openly gay player on a team affiliated with Major League Baseball.  

A's lose fifth straight on Chris Davis' walk-off homer
Orioles slugger Chris Davis ruined switch-pitching reliever Pat Venditte's return to the majors, lofting his second home run of the night and third of the series to send the A's to a 4-3 defeat Saturday night. 

A's recall pitchers Pat Venditte, Dan Otero
Pat Venditte, the switch-pitcher for the Oakland A's, joins the team Saturday to add depth to a depleted bullpen after Friday night's 13-inning loss to the Baltimore Orioles. 

Raiders fans stay festive despite team's uncertain future
At the Raiders exhibition opener on Friday, most fans said they would stay loyal to their team no matter where they played and blamed local officials for the lack of progress in getting a new football stadium built in Oakland. 

 
 
 
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