• Baseball Calendar - 07/17/2014 05:16 AM PDT
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    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. 

    A's activate outfielder Josh Reddick from disabled list
    Josh Reddick, the Oakland A's right fielder, is back after missing most of the past two months with an injured right knee 

    Oakland: Lightning strike briefly knocks out power at Coliseum
    The O.co Coliseum in Oakland briefly lost power when it was struck by lightning early this morning, Oakland A's and PG&E officials said. 

    A's-Astros preview
    Oakland A's pitching matchups for series with Houston Astros 

    Bud Geracie: Revisiting the A's of 1989
    My reunion with Jose Canseco, Dennis Eckersley, Dave Stewart, Tony La Russa and the World Series champion Oakland Athletics of 1989

    Demoted A's lefty Tommy Milone asking for a trade
    Milone was sent down after A's traded for Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel; the left-hander was 6-0 with a 2.62 ERA in last 11 starts before going to Sacramento. 

    Stephen Vogt has become an Oakland A's fan favorite
    Oakland A's catcher Stephen Vogt has become a jack-of-all-trades for manager Bob Melvin, playing the outfield and first base in addition to his catching duties, and he's also making his presence felt at the plate with a .364 batting average. 

    Sonny Gray, Oakland A's dispose of Baltimore Orioles
    Starter Sonny Gray allows just two hits over 6 2/3 innings, and the Oakland A's roll over the Baltimore Orioles 10-2.

    Oakland A's second baseman Eric Sogard gets rare start
    Oakland A's second baseman Eric Sogard has been slumping and sees rare start as an opportunity 

    Baltimore Orioles beat Oakland A's 8-4
    Jason Hammel is pummeled in his second start with the Oakland A's since the July 5 trade from the Chicago Cubs.  

    1989 Oakland A's get to celebrate
    Twenty-five years after sweeping the San Francisco Giants in the World Series that was interrupted by the Loma Prieta earthquake, the 1989 Oakland A's celebrate their championship 

    A's beat Orioles on Donaldson's walk-off homer
    Unable to get anything going for eight innings Friday night, the Oakland A's did what they do best, striking in the ninth when Josh Donaldson hit a three-run homer for a 5-4 win over the Baltimore Orioles.

    1989 A's reunion: Memories, forgiveness and sadness
    The 1989 Oakland A's World Series champions, in town for a 25th anniversary reunion, were full of good vibes including forgiveness of Jose Canseco, who wrote a tell-all book about steroids in baseball; but the team also mourns pitcher Bob Welch, who died last month. 

    A's outfield still without Josh Reddick
    Coco Crisp in the lineup for the Oakland A's on Friday, but the center fielder has a stiff neck and is day-to-day, said manager Bob Melvin. 

    A's begin second half with Angels breathing down their necks
    Oakland A's have a majolr-league best 59 wins at the break; Los Angeles Angels are next with 57. 

    Oakland A's second half priorities
    A's must limit Sonny Gray's innings, figure out what to do with Josh Reddick and find help at second base. 

    Oakland A's-Baltimore Orioles pitching matchups
    A's VS. BALTIMOREFriday: A's Jeff Samardjiza (3-8, 2.78) vs. Orioles Chris Tillman (7-5, 4.11), 7:05 p. 

    Wolff: Oakland A's will take 'hard look' at lease changes
    A's owner Lew Wolff wasn't ready to sign off on changes Oakland council members inserted into a lease agreement they approved hours earlier, but, in a departure from recent statements, he said he'd give them serious consideration. 

    A's lose pitcher Brad Mills to Toronto Blue Jays
    Oakland A's had designated Mills for assignment after they activated pitcher Jason Hammel following the trade with the Chicago Cubs 

    Oakland approves A's lease -- but with modifications
    In a move team President Mike Crowley described as 'disappointing,' the City Council voted to approve a 10-year lease extension for the A's but added several minor amendments that the A's opposed. It was unclear late Friday whether the A's would accept the tweaks. 

    Oakland: Caring for son is top priority for former A's great Dave Henderson
    The Loma Prieta earthquake during warm-ups for Game 3 of the 1989 World Series wasn't the most earth-shaking moment in former Oakland A's centerfielder Dave Henderson's life. Instead, it was the diagnosis of Angelman syndrome his son, Chase, received in 1987. 

    A's pitcher Scott Kazmir resurrects career
    Oakland Athletics pitcher Scott Kazmir regained his fastball with the Sugar Land Skeeters.

    San Francisco: Pair plead not guilty in drunken brawl outside of AT&T Park
    Two men accused of knocking a woman unconscious in an apparent drunken brawl outside San Francisco's AT&T Park last week pleaded not guilty in San Francisco Superior Court this afternoon.  

    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. 
    ( Patrick Tehan )
    Review: Lexington House serves memorable dishes, cocktails

    Bartenders Stephen Shelton and Jimmy Marino have teamed with Chef Philippe Breneman to offer well-polished fine dining at yet another excellent Los Gatos restaurant.