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MLB commissioner: 'I want the A's to stay in Oakland'
In a whirlwind day for Oakland sports, the city got a thumbs up from Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and the Warriors resolved a major obstacle in their bid to move to San Francisco. Meanwhile speculation at the NFL owner's meeting centered on the Raiders possibly being left out of Los Angeles.
Former A's draft pick dies from injuries in earlier shooting
Pitcher Michael Nolan, 23, died Thursday after being shot in the head last month, according to media reports. Nolan was drafted by the Oakland A's in 2014 and was a member of the club's rookie-league team in Phoenix.
George Ross, storied Tribune editor, Oakland sports booster, dies at 98
Ross' love of Oakland and his love of sports intertwined to help bring and nurture professional sports franchises to the Oakland Coliseum
A's promote Beane, Forst despite worst record (68-94) in A.L.
Oakland A's owner Lew Wolff says body of work is reason he promoted Billy Beane to executive vice president of baseball operations and David Forst to general manager.
San Jose looks to future development amid failed A's stadium project
After losing a long and winding fight to bring baseball to the heart of downtown, San Jose leaders are closing the chapter and mending the battle wounds by focusing on downtown development opportunities without the failed stadium project.
Purdy: A's ballpark drama still in Oakland's hands
The Supreme Court's rejection to hear San Jose's antitrust case puts the ball back in Oakland's court regarding the A's pursuit of a ballpark.
San Jose loses legal fight against MLB over Oakland A's plan
U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear San Jose's antitrust case against Major League Baseball, dealing what might be fatal blow in city's long-stalled effort to lure the Oakland A's to the South Bay.
A's lose to end disappointing season
Oakland A's season-ending loss to Seattle Mariners is their 35th one-run defeat
A's 7, Mariners 5: Oakland's Drew Pomeranz may have to undergo surgery
Reliever has some tough choices to make about his injured left shoulder, but things look good for A.J. Griffin's return
Oakland A's: HIgh and low achievers
General manager Billy Beane appears to have had the roughest season of all the A's.
A's analysis: By 45th game, it was clear Oakland wouldn't contend
Oakland A's were 15-30 a little more than a quarter of the way through the season, and many of the team's shortcomings were apparent by then.
Year of change for A's rookies Burns and Canha
Valencia's late homer helps make winner out of Brooks
Pitchers, facts on the Oakland A's-Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field
Zito helps A's beat Angels
Barry Zito's farewell tour has apparently come to an end, conclusively, in the A's 8-7 win over the Angels on Thursday afternoon.
A's Coco Crisp freely admits that he's getting 'older'
The player who fueled victories in past years is finishing out the season as a pinch hitter
A's make Justine Siegal first female coach
The Oakland Athletics make Justine Siegal the first woman hired to coach with a major league organization.
Angels walk off with win over A's
The Los Angeles Angels beat the Oakland A's on a walk-off single by David Murphy in the ninth inning.
Giants beat A's 5-4, win Bay Bridge Series
The San Francisco Giants used three sacrifice flies and two RBI singles to build a lead, Chris Heston won his first start since July 27 and a flagging bullpen held onto the last bit of their advantage.
U.S. Supreme Court weighs San Jose fight against MLB
U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to consider whether to accept San Jose's appeal of previous ruling rejecting city's antitrust suit against Major League Baseball over stalled effort to lure Oakland A's
A's honor Big Three: Zito, Hudson, Mulder
Tim Hudson, now with the Giants, Barry Zito, once again with the A's and the retired Mark Mulder were introduced to and appreciative Coliseum crowd about 20 minutes before the first pitch.
A's lose home finale to Giants
The Oakland A's 5-4 loss to the San Francisco Giants and completed their home season 34-47, the second-worst Coliseum record in Oakland history; Sonny Gray unlikely to make final start.
Pitchers for 3-game series at Angels Stadium
Game is tribute to Zito, Hudson
OAKLAND -- The final viewing of Barry Zito and Tim Hudson didn't last long Saturday, with Zito getting six outs and Hudson just four in what turned out to be a 14-10 Giants win over the A's.
Rough outings can't spoil Zito-Hudson reunion
The former A's aces were both gone early in the Giants' 14-10 win over Oakland, but it was still a day to remember for the players and fans of both Bay Area teams
A's bullpen woes spoil Zito-Hudson reunion
With spotlight on Barry Zito and Tim Hudson, A's typical bullpen problems spoil the party
A's Gray wins but might miss final start with injury
Sonny Gray got his 14th win and the Oakland A's beat the San Francisco Giants 5-4 on Friday.
For Zito, Hudson, Saturday's matchup a 'storybook ending'
The Oakland A's Barry Zito and the San Francisco Giants' Tim Hudson, former teammates as part of the A's Big Three, will face each other Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum.
Hudson, Mulder, Zito: A's Big Three were money with a baseball
Oakland A's Big Three aces Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder and Barry Zito will be reunited this weekend at the Coliseum.
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Review: 'RFK' an engrossing look at iconic politician
While superficial at times, Jack Holmes' solo show about Robert F. Kennedy is always fascinating and propelled by a strong performance by David Arrow.
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John Stamos reportedly took date rape drug
The “Grandfathered” and “Full House” actor is accused on being on GHB when arrested in June, he claims he was using the drug to “lean out body mass.”