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  • Reddick's RBI single caps A's comeback in 4-3 win over Astros

    Reddick's RBI single caps A's comeback in 4-3 win over Astros OAKLAND -- The first-place Oakland Athletics bumbled in the field and stranded runners left and right much of the day against the last-place Houston Astros on Saturday. However, the A's...
  • Angels fall to Athletics, 10-9, in 11 innings

    Angels fall to Athletics, 10-9, in 11 innings
    KEY MOMENT: Down by two runs in the ninth, Kole Calhoun double for his third hit of the game and Mike Trout hit a towering two-run homer to center field, his fifth of the season, against left-hander Sean Doolittle to pull the Angels even, 9-9. But Oakland...
  • Iannetta's homer propels Angels past A's in 12th

    Iannetta's homer propels Angels past A's in 12th ANAHEIM, Calif. -- It is difficult to say what was more impressive -- catching 12 innings in a span of more than four hours, or hitting the game-winning home run in the bottom of the 12th. Chris...
  • Angels win in walk-off fashion

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Chris Iannetta finally ended it. The Angels' catcher slammed a 12th-inning home run to dead center off Drew Pomeranz to beat the Oakland Athletics, 5-4, late Wednesday night at Angel Stadium. The first-pitch clout ended the Angels'...
  • Athletics are extras again but lose this time

    ANAHEIM, Calif. The Oakland Athletics lost a chance to complete a sweep of the Angels when Chris Iannetta delivered a two-out walk-off homer to dead center field in the bottom of the 12th inning to give Los Angeles a 5-4 win Wednesday night. It was the...
  • Oakland playing safe with Kazmir

    SEATTLE The Seattle Mariners were celebrating just a little when the A's had to take Scott Kazmir out of Sunday's scoreless game after six innings. The A's were celebrating a lot after the game, not just because a 3-0 victory gave Oakland its third...
  • Athletics' Scott Kazmir prevails in matchup with old Indians' friends in opener; Indians rally in 9th to win nightcap

    OAKLAND, Calif. When left-hander Scott Kazmir became a free agent last winter, the Indians never offered him more than a one-year contract because of health concerns. There might have been some pangs of remorse in the Indians' front office on Wednesday....
  • Norris blasts three-run homer to lift Athletics to victory in 11 innings

    MINNEAPOLIS Catcher Derek Norris took Jim Johnson off the hook Wednesday afternoon, hammering a three-run home run in the 11th inning to enable the Oakland Athletics to pull out a 7-4 win over Minnesota after the Twins knocked around the A's closer when...
  • Lowrie takes his lumps, but A's top Twins

    MINNEAPOLIS The A's are off Tuesday, after spoiling the Minnesota Twins' home opener on Monday with an 8-3 win. The day of rest couldn't be coming at a better time for shortstop Jed Lowrie. One of the weirdest days of Lowrie's big league career ended...
  • Athletics win on a Coco blast in 12th inning

    OAKLAND, Calif. Coco Crisp homered on the second pitch of the bottom of the 12th inning late Thursday night, giving the Athletics a 3-2 win over previously undefeated Seattle. Facing Mariners reliever Hector Noesi, Crisp hit an 0-1 pitch over the...
  • Athletics no match for King Felix and Mariners

    SEATTLE Someday the Oakland Athletics will solve Felix Hernandez. Presumably. For now, they simply have to admire his artistry. The Mariners' ace, backed by a yellow-shirted Safeco Field cadre known as the Supreme Court, was all but untouchable Friday...
  • Athletics' Scott Kazmir prevails in matchup with old Indians' friends

    OAKLAND, Calif. When left-hander Scott Kazmir became a free agent last winter, the Cleveland Indians never offered him more than a one-year contract because of health concerns. There might have been some pangs of remorse in the Indians' front office on...