The A’s top pitching prospect, lefty Jesus Luzardo, just made his third start for the Triple-A Nashville Sounds on Saturday. The southpaw threw four scoreless innings before allowing a run in the...
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 10h
Once they got behind closed doors in the clubhouse, the Houston Astros showered Justin Verlander with champagne. Verlander pitched just well enough to earn his 200th career win and the Astros hit five home runs, beating the Oakland Athletics 9-4 Sunday...
by: GRANT COHNpressdemocrat.COM — Press Democrat 10h
Houston regained the lead in the AL West, but the A’s made their presence felt in this showdown weekend.
by: Ben Ross — NBC Sports Bay Area 10h
The Astros took back sole possession of first place in the AL West, after they out-slugged the A's on Sunday.
by: Greg Milner — Fansided: White Cleat Beat 10h
The Oakland Athletics completed a climb of Mount Davis proportions by winning back to back series against Seattle and then Houston... so why the long faces...
by: Susan Slusser — SF Gate 12h
Outfielder Ramón Laureano enjoyed a unique vantage point on the A's three-game series against Houston. The A's rookie, who played a key role in Friday's win, was in the Astros' organization this time last year. Laureano had a rough season at Double-A...
by: Associated Press August 19, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 12h
The Astros' ace joins some elite company while Houston breaks a first-place tie with the A's.
by: Dani Baker-Gillman — SB Nation: Athletics Nation 13h
Given the circumstances, knowing the A’s hung up four runs on Justin Verlander in under six innings pitched, one could be forgiven for being a touch overconfident. Unfortunately, Sean Manaea and...
by: N/A — MLB: Athletics 13h
OAKLAND -- Such a treat this was, October baseball in August, and the A's and Astros didn't disappoint. After the A's emerged victorious in the first two games to call this scintillating series theirs and pull into a first-place tie with the defending...
by: @usatoday — USA Today 13h
Justin Verlander pitched just well enough to earn his 200th career win and the Houston Astros hit five home runs, beating the Oakland Athletics 9-4 Sunday to avoid a sweep and retake sole possession of the AL West lead
by: AP — Fox Sports 13h
Verlander 200th W, Astros 5 HRs, top A's 9-4 to avoid sweep
by: Curtis Pashelka — East Bay Times 14h
An A’s pitching staff that had been largely rock solid for the last two months takes it on the chin before a crowd of 29,143 at the Coliseum