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Pinder’s homers, Lowrie’s doubles spur A’s win over Texas

It was a two-fer day for Chad Pinder and Jed Lowrie, Pinder homering twice and Lowrie, fittingly, hitting a pair of doubles. Between them, they accounted for five RBIs and four runs in Oakland’s 8-3 [Read entire story]

September callups to include Phegley, Barreto, Nuñez, Smolinski

Oakland’s September call-ups will come in waves, with two joining the team in Seattle next week: catcher Josh Phegley and left-hander Sam Moll. When the team returns home Sept. 4, [Read entire story]

A’s end Zach Britton’s record save streak but lose in extra innings

BALTIMORE — Oakland played catching up most of the day at Camden Yards, right into the ninth inning. That’s when the A’s, facing a man who had converted 60 consecutive saves, ended that string, a [Read entire story]

A’s trade Rajai Davis to Red Sox

BALTIMORE — Rajai Davis’ second tenure with Oakland ended Wednesday, when the A’s traded the outfielder to Boston for Dominican outfielder Rafael Rincones, 18. Davis, who blasted a game-tying [Read entire story]

Jed Lowrie homers in A’s loss; why he might be sticking with Oakland

BALTIMORE — Even with a last-place team, there are intriguing questions, and one of the more interesting developments in the last month concerns Jed Lowrie’s future. Going into July, it was a given [Read entire story]

Jed Lowrie homers in A’s loss; why he might be sticking with Oakland

BALTIMORE — Even with a last-place team, there are intriguing questions, and one of the more interesting developments in the last month concerns Jed Lowrie’s future. Going into July, it was a given [Read entire story]

A’s Boog Powell hits 1st HR, will meet the Orioles’ Boog Powell on Tuesday

BALTIMORE — The Boog Powells — Boogs Powell? — will meet at last Tuesday at Camden Yards. The A’s rookie, nicknamed Boog since he was a small child in order to distinguish him from his dad and [Read entire story]

A’s Boog Powell hits 1st HR, will meet the Orioles’ Boog Powell on Tuesday

BALTIMORE — The Boog Powells — Boogs Powell? — will meet at last Tuesday at Camden Yards. The A’s rookie, nicknamed Boog since he was a small child in order to distinguish him from his dad and [Read entire story]

A’s Boog Powell hits 1st HR, will meet the Orioles’ Boog Powell on Tuesday

BALTIMORE — The Boog Powells — Boogs Powell? — will meet at last Tuesday at Camden Yards. The A’s rookie, nicknamed Boog since he was a small child in order to distinguish him from his dad and [Read entire story]

Astros, now the A’s role models, come out on top again

HOUSTON — The Astros simply own the A’s to the point that they are now Oakland’s inspiration. In the first two games at Minute Maid Park, Oakland has scored just one run, and after a 3-0 loss [Read entire story]

Peacock upped his game

HOUSTON — In the finale at Minute Maid Park, the A’s will face Astros starter Brad Peacock — who is, get this, 10-1 with 121 strikeouts in 922/3 innings. Yes, that is the same Brad Peacock who was [Read entire story]

A’s Matt Joyce getting it going against left-handers

HOUSTON — Matt Joyce started the season in a dreadful funk, batting .193 as late as June 9. Since then, he has lifted his average 43 points, and he’s starting to get regular at-bats even against [Read entire story]

Sean Manaea much improved, A’s still fall to Astros again

HOUSTON - Sean Manaea’s awful August took a better turn Friday, when the A’s left-hander faced one of his favorite opponents, the AL West leaders. Manaea typically is at his best against the Astros, [Read entire story]

A’s Chad Pinder learned versatility back home

This A’s road trip will be a significant one for Chad Pinder, who next week will be making his first-ever appearance at Camden Yards as a big-league player. Pinder grew up an Orioles fan in Poquoson, [Read entire story]

Casilla blows it again but A’s blaze back to beat Royals

What was rounding into an ugly tale about Santiago Casilla’s propensity for denying Chris Smith his first-ever win as a starter did a U-turn into an A’s comeback story Tuesday night at the Coliseum. After a hideous [Read entire story]

A’s Kendall Graveman gets first win since April

In the initial stages Sunday, Kendall Graveman’s outing had all the hallmarks of the A’s recent blah starting pitching: lots of good contact against him, runs, high pitch count. Graveman, Oakland’s most [Read entire story]

A’s won’t skip Sean Manaea in rotation

Despite Sean Manaea’s rotten stretch lately, the A’s have no plans to skip the left-hander’s next turn in the rotation, manager Bob Melvin said Sunday. Because Manaea threw just 28 pitches in the worst outing of [Read entire story]

Chris Smith gives up 4 homers in A’s loss to Orioles

For the second game in a row, Oakland’s starting pitcher had trouble keeping the ball in the park, not a real savvy approach. The power-happy Orioles belted four homers off Chris Smith, back in the rotation after a [Read entire story]

A’s cross Orioles off list at last

The four-game series against Baltimore at the Coliseum is the first time the teams have played since last year; Oakland already has completed the season series with six other American League teams. Baltimore had a great [Read entire story]

Rookie Jharel Cotton struggles again in A’s loss

Remember 11 months ago, when the pitcher, obtained just two months earlier in the Josh Reddick-Rich Hill deal with the Dodgers, was wowing everyone with his Bugs Bunny changeup and his sparkly ERA? After allowing three [Read entire story]