For Oakland A's, another loss, another error
Ron Washington's now on board as a coach, and he sees the A's lose, struggle on offense and commit another miscue on defense.
Washington back with A's, helping Semien find 'rhythm'
Four hours before the first pitch, Ron Washington was once again back on the field, doing what he does best, teaching baseball.
Coco Crisp not having neck surgery, but he is going on disabled list
Oakland A's outfielder Coco Crisp will try rest and rehabilitation for his neck
A's put pitcher Mujica on disabled list, Crisp likely is next
Reliever Edward Mujica was pitching well for the Oakland A's since being acquired from the Boston Red Sox, but he suffered a thumb fracture after being hit by a line drive; decision likely to follow on outfielder Coco Crisp Friday or Saturday.
Rays 3, A's 0: Oakland looks to be quickly losing confidence as it self-destructs again in the seventh inning
The A's bring in infield coach Ron Washington, who will help players like shortstop Marcus Semien, who has 16 errors, the worst total in baseball
A's shortstop Semien looking forward to help from Ron Washington
Marcus Semien has mad 16 errors this season, and now the Oakland A's have hired Ron Washington to mentor him and the rest of the infield.
A's officially bring back Ron Washington
The A's made it official Thursday with the announcement of the hiring of former Texas manager Ron Washington as a major league coach.
A's lose to Houston, lose Crisp indefinitely; Ron Washington to return
Oakland A's left fielder Coco Crisp will be sidelined indefinitely with another neck injury. Meanwhile, the A's will bring back Ron Washington, the former Texas Rangers manager and A's infield coach, to help error-prone infielder Marcus Semien and the rest of the infield.
A's outfielder Coco Crisp probably out at least through weekend
Oakland A's left fielder Coco Crisp injured his neck diving for a ball; manager Bob Melvin unsure if Crisp will have to spend time on the disabled list.
Oakland A's errors of their ways
A's had committed 22 errors in a 15-game stretch until playing error-free Tuesday night
A's lose to Astros, see Crisp leave with neck injury
Ace Sonny Gray unable to guide Oakland to second straight win
A's get good news about Jarrod Parker's elbow surgery
Right-hander won't require a third Tommy John surgery after successful procedure on fracture
Coco Crisp leaves A's game with neck pain
A's left fielder Coco Crisp left Tuesday's game against the Houston Astros because of neck pain.
A's lefty Drew Pomeranz could be headed to disabled list
Drew Pomeranz left Monday's game against the Houston Astros in the fifth because of shoulder tightness; he will skip trip to Tampa Bay and head back to Bay Area to be examined.
Oakland A's win a one-run game, beat Houston Astros 2-1
A's once again find the confines of Minute Maid Park to be friendly; starter Drew Pomeranz leaves in the fifth inning with left shoulder tightness.
A's Parker to have elbow surgery Tuesday
Jarrod Parker was recovering from Tommy John surgery when he had the latest setback.
Oakland A's errors of their ways
A's have committed 21 errors in their past 14 games, Oakland's worst stretch of bumbles, fumbles and overthrows since the 1982 team 28 errors in a 17-game stretch
A's vs. Astros
Pitching matchups for A's-Astros series
White Sox complete sweep of A's
The A's defensive woes are turning contagious as four more errors helped the Chicago White Sox to a 7-3 win Sunday to cap a three-game sweep.
Seventh-inning breakdown haunts A's again
Error opens the floodgates in a 4-3 loss to the White Sox, dropping Oakland to 1-13 in one-run games
A's defense, bullpen falter once again in seventh inning
Seventh-inning, one-out error by Oakland A's third baseman Brett Lawrie paves the way for a five run outburst by the Chicago White Sox
Oakland A's scoreboard operator hosts final Rock 'n' Roll Recital
Chester Farrow, who has worked the scoreboard for the Oakland A's since 1969, presents Rock 'n' Roll Recital 17.
A's vs. White Sox
Pitching matchups for A's-White Sox series
Oakland A's aren't getting much relief in seventh inning
A's bullpen has a 7.00 ERA in the seventh inning, and while that alone isn't responsible for the worst record in the American League, it has played a big part.
Gray shines, but A's lose to Red Sox
Oakland A's starter Sonny Gray had another spectacular effort, but takes his first defeat of the season with a 2-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox
A's power past Red Sox 9-2
Vogt, Reddick, Semien homer in A's win over Red Sox
Oakland A's lose again as Pablo Sandoval homers in the 11th
A's drop their sixth straight game in start of homestand
A's-Red Sox pitching matchups
Probable pitchers for three-game series between Oakland Athletics and Boston Red Sox
A's fall to Felix Hernandez and Mariners
Despite two homers from rookie Marcus Semien, A's end trip with 4-3 loss to Seattle Mariners
Oakland Athletics' Jarrod Parker 'emotionally numb' over elbow injury
Sean Doolittle and Bob Melvin both have spent plenty of time in the past 49 hours on the phone with Jarrod Parker after news broke of his elbow injury which turned out to be a fractured medial epicondyle that may necessitate a third Tommy John surgery for the A's starting pitcher.
Travel Top 10: Summer hot spots
Orbitz's list of the top summer destinations for 2015 is topped by Las Vegas and a slew of sunny beaches.
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David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in
Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.