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6/29/2015 | Confidence key to Graveman's ace-like starts

Kendall Graveman is pitching like an ace in the back of the A's rotation. No longer lacking in confidence, the right-hander is thriving on it and ensuring his teammates a quality start every fifth day.

6/29/2015 | Vogt needs late ballot push in ASG voting

The final All-Star Game ballot update was released Monday, and A's catcher Stephen Vogt and outfielder Josh Reddick, despite being among the leading vote-getters at their positions, remain in need of millions of votes to ensure a trip to the Midsummer Classic.

6/29/2015 | Venditte pleased with latest throwing session

A's switch-pitcher Pat Venditte threw with both arms Monday for the first time since going on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder June 12.

6/29/2015 | A's Gray to match up with Rockies' De La Rosa

The A's host the Rockies on Tuesday in the second of a three-game set at the Coliseum. Sonny Gray (9-3, 2.09 ERA) takes the mound for the A's, fresh off a performance in which he allowed three earned runs in six innings in a win over the Rangers on Thursday.

6/28/2015 | Muncy's error looms large in A's tough loss

Just three days removed from a season-high five-game winning streak, the A's were in position to salvage a game from those pesky Royals and avoid a three-game sweep in front of a home crowd on Sunday afternoon. Instead, they committed a critical error and lost, 5-3, despite outhitting Kansas City.

6/28/2015 | Rockies, A's look to bounce back in series opener

The Rockies and A's will meet for the only time this season when Colorado visits the Coliseum for a three-game series starting Monday night.

6/28/2015 | Perez, Guthrie lead Royals in sweep of A's

Salvador Perez homered, and the Royals took advantage of a crucial A's error in a three-run sixth inning to secure a sweep-clinching 5-3 victory at the Coliseum on Sunday afternoon.

6/27/2015 | Missteps cost Kazmir, A's despite stellar start

Against a team like the Royals, A's starter Scott Kazmir knows he doesn't have much room for error.

6/27/2015 | Fuld finds spark filling in at leadoff spot for A's

With Billy Burns out of the lineup again, A's manager Bob Melvin needed someone to fill in at the leadoff spot.

6/27/2015 | Vogt plays after HBP, but A's rest Burns

Speedster Billy Burns didn't start for the second consecutive game Saturday when the A's hosted the Royals in the second game of a three-game set at the Coliseum.

6/27/2015 | Royals look to sweep away A's in Oakland

The Royals face the A's at the Coliseum on Sunday in pursuit of a three-game sweep as Jeremy Guthrie faces off against Jesse Chavez.

6/27/2015 | Resourceful Royals edge A's for series win

Right-hander Chris Young threw six strong innings and Kendrys Morales delivered a two-run go-ahead single in the sixth inning, and the Royals held off the A's, 3-2, on Saturday afternoon.

6/27/2015 | Miscue in third looms large in A's loss

The A's nearly got out of a two-out, two-on jam, but instead, an errant throw from Ike Davis to a covering Jesse Hahn turned into two unearned runs for the Royals.

6/27/2015 | Vogt avoids serious injury after being hit by pitch

With one down in the final frame of the A's 5-2 loss in the first of a three-game set at the Coliseum on Friday night, left-hander Franklin Morales plunked catcher Stephen Vogt in the area below his right wrist.

6/26/2015 | A's put April fracas with Royals in the past

The echoing sentiment among the A's before their series-opening game against the Royals at the Coliseum on Friday is that the team wants to put the drama-filled April meeting with Kansas City behind them.

6/26/2015 | Veterans Kazmir, Young set to square off in Oakland

The Royals will face the A's at the Coliseum on Saturday looking to capture their fourth win in five games.

6/26/2015 | Sharp Volquez, 2 Royals homers sink A's

Right-hander Edinson Volquez tossed seven strong innings, and Kendrys Morales and Alex Gordon each homered, as the Royals held off the Oakland A's 5-2 on Friday night.

6/25/2015 | A's proving themselves with hot streak

This might end up being one of Billy Beane's finest hours, and don't you hate it how the smart guys end up being right so often? First, though, things have to work out a certain way for the A's and their general manager. Yes, that means lots of October baseball.

6/25/2015 | Strong 'pen performance sparks confidence

The A's avoided their fifth consecutive losing month with a 6-3 win over the Rangers on Thursday, tying the bow on a three-game road sweep that lifted them from the bottom of the division standings for the first time since May 7.

6/25/2015 | Olson, Nunez selected for Futures Game

A's prospects Matt Olson and Renato Nunez will represent the organization at the Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game, to be played July 12 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

6/25/2015 | Big 7th powers A's to sweep Rangers

A two-out rally in the seventh inning propelled the Athletics to a 6-3 win against the Rangers on Thursday and completed their three-game sweep at Globe Life Park.

6/25/2015 | Graveman showing total control in A's rotation

It's been a tale of two seasons for A's right-hander Kendall Graveman, who has quietly excelled in each of his starting assignments since his return from Triple-A Nashville following an ugly first month as a big league starter.

6/24/2015 | A's bats keep cranking along with victories

Since close games haven't been their forte, anyway, the A's are simply trying to make a habit out of clobbering opponents. On Wednesday, they recorded eight runs against Rangers starter Wandy Rodriguez en route to an 8-2 victory,

6/24/2015 | Gray, Lewis ready for duel in A's-Rangers finale

Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis (7-3, 4.08 ERA) will square off against A's righty Sonny Gray (8-3, 1.95) as Oakland aims for a three-game sweep on Thursday at Globe Life Park.

6/24/2015 | Phegley comes up big while Vogt rests

Stephen Vogt's impersonations are hard to top, but Josh Phegley pulled off a pretty good one of Vogt himself in Tuesday night's 8-6 series-opening victory at Globe Life Park.

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