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    A's Chavez pounded in loss to Astros

    Oakland Athletics give up four home runs in losing 7-3 to the Houston Astros. 
    Sandy Alderson: 'No recollection' of PED suspicions talk with Tony La Russa
    Former Oakland A's GM Sandy Alderson tells New York Daily News he can't recall any conversation in which then-manager Tony La Russa brought forth suspicions of players' steroid use 

    A's outfielder Craig Gentry suffers broken right hand
    Craig Gentry was hurt trying to bunt Sunday night against Texas; suffered similar injury on left hand last year and missed two weeks 

    Troy Tulowitzki, Sean Doolittle have names misspelled on giveaways
    Colorado Rockies catch flack for misspelling Troy Tulowitzki's name on giveaway jerseys, while Stockton Ports mess up Sean Doolittle's name on bobbleheads. 

    Scott Kazmir, Oakland A's persevere in Texas heat, roll over Rangers
    Oakland A's send Coco Crisp home to have his neck injury checked out. 

    Oakland A's-Houston Astros pitching matchups
    A's AT HOUSTONMonday: A's Jesse Chavez (8-6, 3.14 ERA) vs. Astros' Brett Oberholtzer (2-7, 4.32), 5:10 p. 

    Emotional Frank Thomas speech a Hall of Fame highlight
    Frank Thomas is emotional during Baseball Hall of Fame speech, and makes nod to Oakland A's years 

    A's Coco Crisp needs more rest for sore neck
    Oakland A's need to give Coco Crisp more days off as neck remains troublesome 

    A's activate Alberto Callaspo from disabled list
    Oakland A's activate infielder Alberto Callaspo, send first baseman Nate Freiman to Triple-A Sacramento 

    Tony La Russa thankful in Hall of Fame speech
    Tony La Russa accepts Baseball Hall of Fame induction, thanks A's legends such as Rickey Henderson, Dennis Eckersley for his success 

    Tony La Russa's glory days recalled by former A's stars
    Mark McGwire, Dennis Eckersley, Dave Parker share stories of Oakland A's heyday under Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa 

    Tony La Russa: I voiced 'suspicions' about A's players to Sandy Alderson
    Tony La Russa tells New York Daily News he was met with indifference when he raised suspicions about possible steroid use to Oakland A's higher-ups, including Sandy Alderson 

    Tony La Russa set for Hall of Fame induction
    Former Oakland A's, Chicago White Sox and St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa will share Hall of Fame induction spotlight with fellow managers Bobby Cox and Joe Torre and three players: Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas 

    A's starter Sonny Gray, late offense lead to 5-1 win over Texas Rangers
    Four home runs in the sixth and seventh innings help the Oakland A's beat the Texas Rangers. 

    Baseball Hall of Fame stiffens eligibility for players to be elected
    Hall of Fame slices the number of years players can be on ballot from 15 to 10 years; McGwire only has two more appearances on writers' ballot, Bonds and Clemens have eight more. 

    A's lose to Rangers 4-1
    Oakland A's lose as Jason Hammel falls to 0-3 since being traded from Cubs. 

    The 1989 Oakland A's: Chapter Two
    My weekend with Carney Lansford, Rickey Henderson, Dave Henderson and the 1989 World Series champion Oakland Athletics. 

    Oakland A's-Texas Rangers pitching matchups for weekend
    A's AT TEXASFriday: A's Jason Hammel (0-2, 9.00 ERA) vs. Rangers' Jerome Williams (1-4, 6.04), 5:05 p. 

    Mark McGwire says no to Jose Canseco's apologies
    Bash Brothers rift continues between A's legends Mark McGwire, Jose Canseco 

    Oakland A's rout Houston Astros 13-1
    Jeff Samardjiza, acquired from Chicago Cubs in recent trade, gets backing from Brandon Moss's third grand slam of season as A's retain best record in Major League Baseball 

    Oakland Athletics cut Jim Johnson: Social media reaction
    Eight months after acquiring the pitcher who led the major leagues in saves last season, fans around the San Francisco Bay Area weighed in as the team designated him for assignment Thursday 

    A's reliever Jim Johnson designated for assignment
    Oakland A's reliever Jim Johnson, a $10 million offseason acquisition, is designated for assignment.

    A's hang on as Yoenis Cespedes hits two home runs
    Cespedes also had to leave the game in the seventh inning after spraining his thumb in awkward at-bat as the A's won 9-7. 

    Oakland A's can't shake Houston Astros, lose in 12 innings
    Oakland A's lose out on chance to gain a game on the pursuing Los Angeles Angels. 

    Hall of Fame baseball managers
    Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa join accomplished group. 

    Hall of Famer Tony La Russa still obsessing over the details
    What made Oakland A's manager great also makes him wonder why his powerful squad only won one World Series in three chances. 

    A's, Oakland council sign off on 10-year lease extension
    A's owner Lew Wolff said Tuesday that the team had agreed to lease modifications inserted into the lease agreement last week by the Oakland City Council. The deal is expected to be quickly approved by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors. 

    Oakland A's pitcher Tommy Milone not softening trade request
    Tommy Milone tells A's manager Bob Melvin that he'd prefer to stay with Oakland, but only if he's pitching in the majors and not at Triple-A Sacramento. 

    Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony facts
    Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas will join Expansion Era Committee electees Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa as the class of 2014. 

    A's, Oakland council sign off on 10-year lease extension
    A's Owner Lew Wolff said Tuesday that the team had agreed to lease modifications inserted into the lease agreement last week by the Oakland City Council. The deal is expected to be quickly approved by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors. 

    This barren, desert prison is where O.J. Simpson lives

    Some here call it the 'O.J. House,' the only gated community in a vast stretch of desert rich in gold and silver, pioneer trails and proud, isolated towns north of Reno. 
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    'The Bachelorette' recap: Who did Andi pick?

    SPOILER ALERT: Read no further unless you want to know who the winning suitor was on Monday night's season finale of "The Bachelorette. 
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    Batkid documentary in the works

    A film about Miles Scott, the 5-year-old who stole the hearts of millions when he “saved Gotham” as part of a Make-a Wish Foundation event in San Francisco, is underway, but needs funds to be finished; a trailer has aired at Comic-Con.