Sunday, November 29, 2020

Oakland A’s refuse to pay their rent because the Coliseum is a ‘piece of...

The Oakland A's have refused to pay their annual $1.2 million rent for their stadium. Some have speculated that the refusal of payment is because of the financial struggles caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but Oakland’s owner, John J. Fisher cleared things up to reporters Thursday.

Fair weather A’s fan blames playoff collapse on Ken Macha for not starting Barry...

Todd Shaw admittedly hadn't watched an Oakland A's game in six years. He assumed nothing had changed outside of wins and losses.

Cespedes signed with A’s because he thought he’d get to work for Brad Pitt

Earlier this week, the Oakland A's swooped in and basically stole coveted Cuban sensation OF Yoenis Cespedes, who accepted a four-year, $36 million deal. Of the teams apparently interested in signing him (the Cubs, White Sox, Marlins and Tigers among them) the Athletics were the surprise winner.

Yankees deal Feliciano to A’s for office supplies

Three months after southpaw Pedro Feliciano’s left rotator cuff surgery, you wouldn’t expect there to be a market for his services. But then, you’d be underestimating the resourcefulness of Billy Beane.

Spoiler Alert: ‘Moneyball’ ends with A’s winning 2002 World Series on walkoff Scott Hatteberg...

The film "Moneyball" opens this weekend and is already receiving rave reviews from critics across the country, despite a major factual error that depicts the Oakland A's winning the 2002 World Series over the Giants in highly dramatic, walk-off fashion.