It was inevitable that Major League Baseball would become involved in the Oakland A’s ongoing quest to get a new stadium. The team had been attempting to get a new ballpark for nigh on two decades, with the project continuing in fits and starts.
Initially regarded as a negative, and something that no one really wanted, the idea of robo-umps for balls and strikes has become much more popular. After watching numerous umpires without any concept of the strike zone impact games, it is clear that something must be done.
New starting pitcher tonight in Boston The Oakland A’s will have a new starting pitcher on the mound Wednesday at Fenway Park. The A’s recalled James Kaprielian from Triple-A this morning, the team announced, and he’s officially scheduled to take the mound in a few hours against the Boston Red Sox.
The Triple-A Las Vegas Aviators got their 2021 season started a couple days later than the rest of the farm system, but they’re now in full swing. So far, Las Vegas Ballpark has been the hitter’s paradise we remember from 2019.
When the Raiders moved to Las Vegas, leaving the Oakland A’s as the only ticket in town, the team used that status to great effect. Their Rooted In Oakland campaign was based upon their desire to remain in town, showing a commitment to the city and the community.
Rooted In Howard Terminal We’ve reached the point in the Oakland A’s ballpark project cycle where the threat of relocation gets floated, and just like everything else in this latest iteration of the team’s recurring storyline, this time it feels a bit more real.
The Oakland Athletics "will start exploring the possibility of relocating with the blessing of Major League Baseball" because of difficulties in getting a new stadium in Oakland, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan ...
The Oakland A’s appeared to get shafted on a call at the plate against the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night. The A’s were leading 2-1 in the top of the seventh and had a runner on first with two outs and Tony Kemp at the plate.