PHOENIX — Jemile Weeks refuses to point fingers or make excuses. The face responsible for his sub-par sophomore season is the one he sees in the mirror every morning.
The second baseman is now trying to regain his starting role with the A’s. There are plenty of candidates in the infield. Read More
It was only fitting that Josh Reddick, who has quickly become a fan-favorite, got the game-winning hit for the A’s.Reddick’s double in the bottom of the 13th scored Jemile Weeks from first base as the A’s outlasted the Seattle Mariners 2-1 on Sunday afternoon. Read More
Coco Crisp burned his former team for the second day in a row.
The outfielder tripled and scored the tie-breaking run in the seventh inning of the A’s 3-2 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday at the Coliseum. A night earlier, Crisp drove in two of the A’s three runs, including the game-winning sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth.
The A’s completed a three-game sweep of Boston, their first sweep of the Red Sox since May 2008. Read More
Second, fourth, fifth. Wherever Jason Kubel hit in the Diamondbacks’ lineup in a weekend sweep of the A’s, he hit.
Kubel had a single and two RBIs from the No. 5 spot Sunday, when the D’backs beat the A’s 4-3 to extend their winning streak to a season-high five games. Read More
Jemile Weeks represented himself well during the traditional Japanese ceremonial first pitch. Then he showed why the A’s are excited to have the young second baseman in the leadoff role.
Weeks had a pair of hits and drove in two runs as the A’s blanked the Yomiuri Giants 5-0 on Sunday in Tokyo. The game is part of the exhibitions against Japanese teams before the A’s and Seattle Mariners play a two-game set to open the regular season Wednesday and Thursday. Read More