MLB The Show 2019 Postseason podcast with Daniel Dullum: Cole enjoys what could be his last days in Houston; Yanks in front of Twins with 2-0 lead; plus more

photo from latimes.com: The Astros’ Gerrit Cole struck out 15 in 7 2/3 scoreless innings against the Rays in Game 2 the ALDS. On the MLB The Show 2019 Postseason podcast with Daniel: 1 Astros’ Gerrit Cole making the most of what might be his last days in Houston 2 Yankees in the driver’s seatContinue reading “MLB The Show 2019 Postseason podcast with Daniel Dullum: Cole enjoys what could be his last days in Houston; Yanks in front of Twins with 2-0 lead; plus more”

At Home. Home Runs? A’s simply out of character in Wild Card game loss to the Rays

By Morris Phillips OAKLAND — Seven A’s homered at least 20 times this season. Manager Bob Melvin’s wasn’t trying to reinvent the wheel in advance of the win-or-swim Wild Card game: he penciled all seven into his lineup on Wednesday against the Rays. What happened next wasn’t what anyone in Oakland was expecting. One ofContinue reading “At Home. Home Runs? A’s simply out of character in Wild Card game loss to the Rays”

A’s crush the Astros 21-7 on Tuesday night

By Charlie O Mallonee @Charlieo1320 This morning on my Oakland A’s podcast with Lee Leonard, I told our listeners not to panic about the A’s 15-0 loss to the Astros on Monday night. Baseball is a funny game and sometimes a game will just get away from a team. Just as frequently, when a teamContinue reading “A’s crush the Astros 21-7 on Tuesday night”

Oakland A’s podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: A’s go for it tonight as there’s a chance to sweep Yanks at Coliseum

Photo credit: mercurynews.com On the Oakland A’s podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: #1 With the Oakland Raiders playing just one preseason game in the Oakland Coliseum surface, the outfield always gets scuffed up. How much of a role does that play in the A’s injuries? #2 The A’s have three players that were out due toContinue reading “Oakland A’s podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: A’s go for it tonight as there’s a chance to sweep Yanks at Coliseum”

Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Pinder is doing it all, relieving 4 players during their IL

Photo credit: sports.yahoo.com On the A’s podcast with Charlie O: #1 Oakland A’s outfielder Chad Pinder is turning into a designated utility guy with the A’s injuries piling up and in the middle of the wild card chase. #2 Injuries on the club include, first baseman Matt Olson (hand), DH Khris Davis (oblique), right fielderContinue reading “Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Pinder is doing it all, relieving 4 players during their IL”

Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Davis looks to return to lineup after sitting on Sunday; Sweet revenge in shutout for Bassitt and Golito

Photo credit: @sfchronicle On the A’s podcast with Charlie O: #1 Oakland A’s Khris Davis has hit only one homer in his last 18 games and has OPS of .801 in the last ten games. Davis is hitting .281, but was benched on Sunday against the Chicago White Sox. #2 A’s manager Bob Melvin hadContinue reading “Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Davis looks to return to lineup after sitting on Sunday; Sweet revenge in shutout for Bassitt and Golito”

A’s come up short on the South Side on Saturday night, lose to the Sox 3-2

By Charlie O. Mallonee The Oakland Athletics (66-51) lost to the Chicago White Sox (52-63) 3-2 on Saturday in Game two of their three-game series. The A’s were held scoreless until the top of the ninth inning when they scored to two runs on an unusual play. With two out and Alex Colome on theContinue reading “A’s come up short on the South Side on Saturday night, lose to the Sox 3-2”

Fiers is on fire, leads the A’s to an 8-3 victory over the Cardinals on Saturday

By Charlie O. Mallonee The Oakland Athletics have become the St. Louis Cardinals’ worst nightmare. Back in June, the A’s swept their two-game series in St. Louis. On Saturday night, the A’s never trailed in game one of the two-game series in Oakland. The Athletics jumped on the Cardinals early on Saturday night when theyContinue reading “Fiers is on fire, leads the A’s to an 8-3 victory over the Cardinals on Saturday”

Headline Sports podcast with Barbara Mason: Big Papi is happy to see his family in the DR again; Rays need Sogard’s bat to get into the wild card race; plus more

Photo credit: @Complex On Headline Sports with Barbara Mason: #1 Former Boston Red Sox David Ortiz is back home in the Dominican Republic after suffering a near assassination attempt. He said he’s glad to see his family again and is looking forward to eating his favorite foods again. #2 Former Oakland A’s infielder Eric SogardContinue reading “Headline Sports podcast with Barbara Mason: Big Papi is happy to see his family in the DR again; Rays need Sogard’s bat to get into the wild card race; plus more”

Davis walks, A’s walk off in tense, 7-6 win over the Rangers

By Morris Phillips OAKLAND–Only one run–or one bases-loaded walk–separated the Rangers and the A’s on Sunday, but those small margins tend to play much bigger this time of year. The A’s escaped a late deficit, and salvaged a split of a four-game series when reliever Jose Leclerc walked Khris Davis with the bases loaded inContinue reading “Davis walks, A’s walk off in tense, 7-6 win over the Rangers”