Oakland A's pitcher Daniel Mengden, a Houston native, was on his way home when he saw a bunch of people trying to rescue puppies stuck in a storm drain. So he decided to jump in.
The New York Yankees fan made up for his dick move to the Oakland A's fan by giving him drinks the proper way—on a night out in Brooklyn.
Baseball's chaotic win-or-go-home playoff game may not be fair but it rarely disappoints. Embrace it.
Born on a military base in Germany, the son of a veteran, Maxwell was the right guy at the right time to make a statement in the conservative MLB.
For this oral history, we spoke with more than a dozen people who were directly, and indirectly, involved in the Oakland A's 2002 draft, which changed baseball forever.
Billy Butler and Danny Valencia reportedly got into a fight in the clubhouse, but no one is saying why.
Three Stages Of Goodbye For A-Rod, Tex, and Ichiro, and Wild Card Wildness: This Particular Week In Baseball
A-Rod leaves, Mark Teixeira sneaks out the side door, Ichiro is somehow Ichiro again, and Mike Trout continues to look like he could be better than any of them.
As competing teams turn to large baseball operations departments, Oakland has opted to keep its braintrust small.
The home plate umpire was said to be fully alert, but that is a lot of blood.
Draymond Green could watch the Golden State Warriors repeat as NBA champions from an Oakland Athletics game.