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Oakland Athletics 2016 News and Updates

It looks like the Oakland Athletics’ momentum has come to a grinding halt. Although they looked strong on the road against the New York Yankees and in their opening game against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Athletics have now lost three games in a row. They are currently on the road against the Detroit Tigers. Last night, they lost the opening game of the four-game series 3-7. Oakland will have three more opportunities for redemption, however, so don’t count them out of the competition! Their next home game is against the Houston Astros on Friday, April 29. You can secure your seat to the ballgame for as little as $19.
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In the Oakland Athletics' final Spring Training game, they lost to the Diamondbacks 12-9. The A's got on the board quickly, scoring five runs in the second inning and two more in the fourth and sixth inning. The second inning began with Chris Coghlan hitting a two-run double and continued with Yonder Alonso having an RBI double. Chad Pinder had a two-run homer to end the inning. After leading the Diamondbacks 7-0 in the fourth, the Diamondbacks started to rally and ended up taking the game. The Athletics have three exhibition games in San Francisco against the Giants before their home opener on April 4 when they host the White Sox. You can still get tickets for $15 and up.

3/17/16 - There is not much longer for Oakland Athletics fans to wait. The new season kicks off with a bang on April 4th. The Athletics start their season with a home game against the Chicago White Sox. You can still get your tickets to be there at the beginning for as little as $32. Fans have the opportunity to see Oakland take on the White Sox a little early, as their next preseason game will have the same opponents. Get a look at how the season opener might go on March 20th. Tickets are available starting as low as just $29. Come out and cheer the Athletics to their next victory.

2015 Season

9/24/15 - The Oakland Athletics have had a rough year and the bad luck has continued throughout the month of September. Currently they are playing through a five-game losing streak and are doing all they can to get out of the huge slump. On September 24, the Athletics finished off their three-game series against the Texas Rangers and unfortunately gave the Rangers a clean sweep. The Rangers started the game off strong, bringing in two runs in the first inning. All hope wasn’t lost for the Athletics as they scored quickly in the bottom of the second. It was during the sixth inning when the Rangers continued to bring in runs that the Athletics couldn’t answer to. See if they can add a victory when they take on the Giants this weekend. Tickets are still available to purchase so don’t miss your chance.

9/17/15 - The Oakland Athletics have a chance to end the four game series with the White Sox with a draw. The White Sox may have won the first game, but it took them 14 innings to do so. The White Sox were ahead early, but the Athletics rallied in the ninth inning to even the score. The rally included a two-run single by Sam Fuld, a catcher's interference call against Tyler Flowers on a grounder, a wild pitch, and a walk that forced home a run. The next night, the Athletics left no doubt as to who would win. They opened the game with five runs and then had a 10 run fourth inning. After finishing the series against the White Sox, they head to Houston. You can still get tickets for just $2.

9/10/15 - The Oakland Athletics are officially done with their series of home games. Things looked bright when they won the opening matchup with the Los Angeles Angels, but they quickly fell into a losing streak. Five games later, the Athletics picked themselves back up and managed to end on a high note before hitting the road. They may have lost the final game against the Houston Astros, but they won the two right before it, one with 10 tens and the other seeing the Athletics shut their opponents out. Hopefully these two strong victories will give them the momentum they need to hold their own while traveling. First up, the Athletics head to Texas to play the Rangers. If you cannot wait to see them in action again, the Athletics will be returning on September 22nd.

9/4/15 - The Oakland Athletics ended the month of August with a bang. They won their last three games and were hoping that would carry over into September. Unfortunately, the Los Angeles Angels had other plans for the Athletics record. On September 2, the Athletics hit the field against the Angels for their final game of the three-game series. Both teams started the game off with some fire. The Athletics brought in three runs and the Angels answered that with four runs. However, the Angels continued their offensive roll and scored an additional two runs in the second inning. The Athletics were unable to catch up and lost the game 4-9. See what they can do when they face off against the Mariners on September 4. Tickets are still available to purchase.

8/26/15 - The Oakland Athletics lost two of three in a series against the Mariners. After winning the opening game, the A's lost a close game the next night. They got ahead early with a run in the first and four runs in the second. However, the Mariners rallied, with two three run innings back to back. The A's were unable to regain control and had to take the loss. The next night, the Mariners led from the beginning after a four run first inning. This week, it was announced that Mike Gallego, the infield and third base coach, was relieved of his duties, and Ron Washington will take over as third base coach for the rest of the season. The A's next play the Diamondbacks in Arizona, and fans still have a chance to get tickets for as little as $5.

8/20/15 - It may not be a playoff season for the green and gold, but the Oakland Athletics are giving their loyal fans something to cheer about this week. An influx of Dodgers fans stormed O.co Coliseum this week for the Athletics’ interleague set, and things looked bleak on the first night. With Clayton Kershaw on the mound, L.A. broke open a 1-1 game in the eighth with a three-run bomb off reliever Fernando Rodriguez. Oakland rallied with three runs in the bottom of the frame, and would eventually win it in the 10th on a Billy Butler walk-off double. The A’s swept the series Wednesday afternoon behind a brilliant outing from Jesse Chavez, sending Bay Area fans home happy once again. Oakland hits the road to take on the Mariners starting Monday, and you can get in to Safeco Field from $11!

8/13/15 - The Oakland Athletics managed to end their series of home games on a high note. They won all three of their final matchups against the Houston Astros. During August 9th's game, the Athletics were behind going into the ninth inning, but managed to score two runs to bring the final score to 4-5. They have hit the road, but they were not so lucky in their first away game. Even though they gained an early lead, the Athletics fell short of the Toronto Blue Jays on the 11th with a final score of 2-4. They have two away sets before returning to Oakland on August 18th with a quick two-game set against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tickets for their homecoming match start as low as $31.

8/5/15 - After losing the first two in a four game series against the Indians, the Oakland Athletics won the second two to tie the series. In game three, Aaron Brooks made his first appearance on the mound after having been acquired earlier that week and allowed just one run. The next night was a close game that went ten innings before Mark Canha's RBI double led to the A's victory. A budding winning streak ended after losing the first game of three against the Orioles. The A's came back the next night to win in a 5-0 shut out that included a three-run homer from Marcus Semien. The two teams play again on the 5th, and then the Athletics host the Astros for four games starting on the 6th. You can still get your tickets, with prices as low as $34.

7/30/15 - The Oakland Athletics are hitting the road again, after completing their three-game series against the Blue Jays on Thursday. The Athletics were able to pull off a very close win against the Blue Jays, with a 4-3 scoreboard on July 22. It all came down to the tenth inning and the umpires reviewing the winning call for the Athletics. Ike Davis, Athletics player, was able to beat out an infield single when the Athletics were facing their third out of the inning. The review determined that Davis did in fact beat the throw by shortstop, Jose Reyes, making him safe and winning the game for the Athletics. See what the Athletics can do on the road against the San Francisco Giants this weekend. Tickets are still up for grabs starting at $61 a piece.

7/23/15 - The Oakland Athletics are hitting the road again, after completing their three-game series against the Blue Jays on Thursday. The Athletics were able to pull off a very close win against the Blue Jays, with a 4-3 scoreboard on July 22. It all came down to the tenth inning and the umpires reviewing the winning call for the Athletics. Ike Davis, Athletics player, was able to beat out an infield single when the Athletics were facing their third out of the inning. The review determined that Davis did in fact beat the throw by shortstop, Jose Reyes, making him safe and winning the game for the Athletics. See what the Athletics can do on the road against the San Francisco Giants this weekend. Tickets are still up for grabs starting at $61 a piece.

7/15/15 - After taking three consecutive losses, the Oakland Athletics managed to end their series of away games on a high note. They beat the Cleveland Indians on July 11th and 12th and even managed to shut them out in the latter game. The Athletics can now relax a little as they have two back to back sets on their own field, against the Minnesota Twins and the Toronto Blue Jays. If you want to see them live, be sure to get your tickets before July 24th when they hit the road again. While the Athletics are at the bottom of the AL Western Division, the teams are very compressed. In fact, if they could just earn two more wins, they would be in the number three position. Hopefully they will able to continue to play well in the coming weeks.

7/9/15 - The Oakland Athletics ended their series of home games on a slightly sour note. They were able to win half the matchups in the set with the Seattle Mariners, but the Athletics lost the final game by a single point despite holding an early lead. In the end, the final score was 2-1. On the bright side, Oakland has kicked off their away games with a bang. They were able to beat out the New York Yankees, taking a tie-breaking win in the tenth inning, which was the result of a last minute comeback. The Athletics will be returning to Oakland on July 17th. Tickets are already available for their homecoming game. You can secure your place in the stands for as little as $9.

7/2/15 - The Oakland Athletics simply could not get hold their own against the Kansas City Royals, but they are faring better more recently. After failing to beat the Royals once, the Athletics won two of three matches against the Colorado Rockies. They even managed to score seven runs in their opening game. Now, Oakland has begun their last set before hitting the road again. So far, they are performing admirably against the Seattle Mariners. With two runs in the first inning, the Athletics were set up for an incredible game. They did not disappoint as they completely shut out the Mariners. If you want to catch them live before they leave town, you should get your tickets now. Tickets for all their games are still available starting at $15.

6/25/15 - After breaking their four game winning streak with two losses, the Oakland Athletics have started another winning streak. They won the three game series against the Angels 2-1, and they have started out their three game series against the Rangers with an 8-6 win. The decisive innings were the sixth and seventh. Ike Davis, Josh Phegley, and Marcus Semien all hit doubles, which brought in a total of four runs in the sixth. Then, Ben Zobrist had a two-run homer in the seventh that ended up deciding the game for the Athletics. Phegley also had a homer during the fifth inning, bringing his RBI tally to three for the game. You can still get tickets for the remaining games in the series on the 24 and 25 and the rest of the season, with prices starting at $10.

6/18/15 - In Wednesday’s game against the Padres, the Oakland Athletics came out strong with four runs in the first inning. Even though they had a four-point lead after six innings, they scored another four runs in the seventh, then topped off their game with seven more in the eighth, giving them a 16-2 win. It was their fourth straight win, but the A’s are still in 5th place in the AL West. The A’s host the Los Angeles Angels over the weekend, and you’ll want to catch the games. Sunday’s (6/21) tickets start at $28. Don’t wait to get your tickets to next weekend’s games against the Kansas City Royals starting on Friday (6/26). Get great seats now with prices beginning at $24 for the evening game.

6/12/15 - It’s been an up-and-down few weeks for the Oakland Athletics, who followed a four-game win streak and a series sweep of the Tigers with four straight losses including a sweep at the hands of the Red Sox. They took two out of three from the red-hot Rangers at home most recently, earning their first walk-off win of the season 5-4 on Wednesday night and following up with a 7-0 shutout behind a magnificent performance from leftie Scott Kazmir. The A’s had been nursing a one-run lead throughout Thursday afternoon’s contest before exploding in the bottom of eighth, adding on six insurance runs to put the game out of reach. Next up for the Green and Gold is a three-game set versus their SoCal rivals, the L.A. Angels. Tickets for Angel Stadium are on sale now starting at $15!

6/4/15 - The Oakland Athletics seem to be gaining momentum in their dismal season with a three-game winning streak. They’re fifth in the AL West, with a 22-33 record, which puts them in last place in the AL. Sonny Gray gave the Tigers their second loss in a 6-1 game on Wednesday. Gray allowed two singles, one walk, and struckout seven. The Athletics host the Texas Rangers in a three-game series beginning on Tuesday (6/9), and you’ll want to catch them at the home stadium before they go back out on the road. Tickets for Wednesday’s (6/7) evening game start at $11. Come out and cheer for the home team. Give them your support to help them move up the leaderboard. Enjoy some baseball with your family and friends.

5/28/15 - The Oakland Athletics picked up a win (0-4) in the first game of their series against the Detroit Tigers, but they couldn’t hold on to the next two. In Tuesday’s game, the Tigers came out with a run in the first inning, then both teams kept each other from earning any further runs. Wednesday’s game ended at 3-2, with the Athletics making a strong comeback in the final innings, but they couldn’t pick up that extra run to win the game. This weekend, the New York Yankees are in town through Sunday (5/31). Tickets are going fast for Sunday’s game, because everyone wants to enjoy some baseball on their day off, but you can still get tickets starting at $18. It’s a great way to unwind and relax.

5/22/15 - After a four game losing streak, the Oakland Athletics were able to win in the set opener against the Houston Astros. After Houston took an early lead, the Athletics secured the lead in the sixth inning and held it to the end. Unfortunately, Oakland was not able to follow up on this victory and lost both the remaining matches against the Astros. Next, they will be taking on the Tampa Bay Rays starting May 21st, and then they will return to Oakland on May 25th to play the Detroit Tigers. The Athletics are not in good shape, losing six times in this last week, but hopefully they will be able to perform better once they get on their own field again. Tickets for their homecoming start at $32.

5/14/15 - After a six-game losing streak, the Oakland Athletics picked up a win against the Boston Red Sox in Tuesday’s game. The A’s came out strong in the first inning with three runs, and never let up. Stephen Vogt, Josh Reddick, and Marcus Semien hit home runs, while Drew Pomeranz kept the Red Sox to two runs. The crowd went wild when the Athletics won 2-9. This weekend the A’s host the Chicago White Sox before taking their game out on the road. Tickets are still available for Saturday’s (5/16) game, starting at $38. Sunday’s (5/17) prices start at $29. You’ll want to come out and cheer for your local team to get back on top of the leaderboard in AL West. With a 13-23 record, they sit in fifth place.

5/6/15 - The Oakland Athletics have been playing very consistently, but they are still losing as often as they are winning. Strangely, they scored exactly seven points in four consecutive games this week, but only won two of those games. The Athletics struggled early this season, but it seems like they are more or less starting to turn it around, winning three of their last five games. Despite this, Oakland still maintains a win/loss of 12-16. They have a long way to go to be a serious force in the league. So far, the Athletics have won 50% of their matchups in the four-game-long series against the Minnesota Twins. After this set, they will play the Seattle Mariners, then the Athletics will finally return to Oakland to play the Boston Red Sox on May 11th.

4/28/15 - After playing eight innings, walking one batter and striking out six, starting pitcher Sonny Gray propelled the Oakland Athletics to a great win over the Angels on Tuesday night. The match was also won thanks to efforts from batters like Brett Lawrie, who exploded a three-run homer in the first inning to give the Athletics an immediate lead that lasted the entire game. Despite an overall 9-12 record that doesn’t seem all that impressive, Oakland seems to be playing very well at the moment, and are definitely a team to watch. Their upcoming schedule includes another two games against LA tonight and tomorrow (Wednesday and Thursday) before taking on the Rangers in Texas this weekend. Your favorite Bay Area team will be back in town starting May 11 when they take on the Red Sox.

4/23/15 - The Oakland Athletics struggled in Tuesday’s game against the Angels. Los Angeles came out with four runs in the second, then added six more in the sixth. With another four in the seventh, the Angels stole the game. The final score of 1-14 went up as a loss with three errors by the A’s. Wednesday’s game offered redemption for the Athletics with a final score of 9-2. The Athletics come back home to O.CO Coliseum on Friday (4/24) for a three-game series against the Houston Astros. Tickets for Friday evening’s game start at $24, and there’s plenty of great seats available. Following Sunday’s game, the Athletics get Monday off before they host the Los Angeles Angels in a three-game series. Don’t miss your chance to cheer for the home team.

4/17/15 - The Oakland Athletics filed papers in the United States Supreme Court on Wednesday to move the A’s to San Jose. Although there’s a less-than one-percent chance that the high court could hear the case, and even if the A’s prevail, it doesn’t mean a move is imminent. However, the case is important to the baseball anti-trust laws. The A’s are first in the AL West, with a 5-5 record. They’re out on the road this week, with weekend games in Kansas City, then weekday games against the Los Angeles Angels. They come back to Oakland on Friday (4/24), for games against the Houston Astros. Get your tickets starting at $19, and come down to the ballpark for some great baseball. Don’t miss your home team!

4/9/15 - When the pitching is good for the Oakland Athletics – we’re looking at you, Sonny Gray and Scott Kazmir – it’s VERY good; Sonny Gray took a no-hitter into the eighth inning of his opening start, while Kazmir whiffed 10 in his shutout effort. When it’s not good? Well, Ask Texas, who gained a split with the A’s in their opening series with a 10-0 walloping of the A’s.

4/2/15 - It’s a tough break for the Oakland Athletics, in more ways than one. Outfielder and leadoff hitter Coco Crism will be lost to the A’s for at least two months after having surgery on his right elbow. The procedure is to remove a bone chip and spurs from the joint; the typical recovery time is six to eight weeks, but Crisp hopes to be back sooner.

3/26/15 - No surprise here: Lefthander Sonny Gray will take the mound for the Oakland Athletics in their Opening Day game against division rival Texas. Bob Melvin made the announcement earlier this week, giving Gray the nod for the second straight season; last year, Gray threw six shutout innings, just the second Oakland pitcher in history to not allow any runs on Opening Day.

3/18/15 - Up and coming pitcher Kendall Graveman has been gaining serious momentum as the Oakland Athletics continue their pre-season Spring Training in Arizona. Not only is the young pitcher in contention for the A’s regular rotation, he may even secure the number three slot. Graveman pitched almost five scoreless innings in his most recent matchup, which caught manager Bob Melvin’s attention. He’s also boasting a 0.93 ERA and has started in three games this spring while showing his skills for getting grounder balls. Come see the pitching sensation for yourself as the Oakland A’s head deeper into Spring Training. The will face a tough matchup in their state rivals, the Los Angeles Dodgers, this Friday March 20 at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, AZ. Don’t miss it!

3/11/15 - If you’re a college football fan of the Michigan Wolverines, you’d be forgiven if you did a double-take last weekend. Newly signed head coach Jim Harbaugh spent some time in an Oakland Athletics uniform this past Saturday, even acting as the team’s first base coach for a few innings; Harbaugh and A’s manager Bob Melvin are longtime friends, and while with the San Francisco 49ers, Harbaugh invited Melvin to spend a game on the Niners’ sideline.

3/5/15 - The original “Moneyball” team is still at it, creating success on a yearly basis on a mid-level budget. The Oakland Athletics hope that 2015 sees them return to the top of the American League’s West Division after a second-place finish in 2014 and a one-game appearance in the postseason. The A’s will be without third baseman Josh Donaldson, who was traded during the offseason but expect to fill his offense in other ways.

2/13/15 - Oakland Athletics fans should get excited because the 2015 MLB season starts with a bang for the Oakland team. Starting on April 6th, the Athletics will start the season with seven consecutive home games, one on each day of the week. The home opener, and first game of 2015, is against the Texas Rangers. You have plenty of opportunities to see your team in action and you won't have to break the bank to do it either. The first game's tickets start at $34, and the subsequent games are all around $20. This great series of home games comes at a price, however. The Athletics will not return to Oakland until the 24th, nearly two weeks later. Be sure to catch them before they leave town.
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Help the A’s Bounce Back in 2016
Hey there, A’s fans! With spring fast approaching, that means A’s baseball is just right around the corner. Cheap Oakland Athletics tickets are still available, and Bob Melvin and the boys need your support to bounce back from a disappointing 2015 campaign that saw them drop to the basement of the AL West. Lost in the A’s struggles last year was the fact that the team had an astonishing 19-35 record in one-run games. Much of that was due to the many injuries that absolutely decimated the bullpen. Sean Doolittle was one of those injury casualties, and his return to the closer’s role is welcomed. Key offseason acquisitions Ryan Madson and Liam Hendrix should also help is providing late inning relief to Sonny Gray and the starters.

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These new additions will serve as a good compliment to the offensive output that’s come to be expected from lineup regulars such as:
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  • Stephen Vogt
  • Coco Crisp
  • Bill Butler
  • Josh Reddick
Billy Burns proved himself to be one of the more dynamic leadoff hitters in the game in 2015, and should give the A’s the spark they need at the top of the lineup. Meanwhile, hopes are high that newly-acquired Chris Coghlan can display the same form that saw him win the NL Rookie of the Year in 2009.

Key dates for the upcoming season include the home opening series with the White Sox starting on April 2nd, the first visit from division rivals the Angels on April 11th, and the always-anticipated interleague matchup with the crosstown Giants starting June 29th. Discount ticket prices start at $28. Make sure you’re there at the O.CO Coliseum to help cheer your guys on to the AL West division crown.
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