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Oakland Athletics is no new name in the baseball scene. It is one of the few teams which has a rich history of winnings and has made a million fans all over and their games manage to be a complete sell out. Athletics have nine World Series Titles, 15 Al Pennants; fourteen West Division Titles while one Wild Card Berth to its name. The team made 23 playoff appearances ever since its inception. Their last playoff appearance was in the year 2006. An entertaining thing at the games of the Oakland Athletics is the team mascot, Stomper, which is an elephant and is the reason of the fun in the games. The games of Athletics with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, San Francisco Giants, Minnesota Twins and Philadelphia Phillies are the most exciting ones. These teams are the biggest rivals of Athletics and the thrill always prevails in their games.
Oakland Athletics have also been associated to minor leagues like Arizona League, Northwest League, Midwest League, California League, Texas League and Pacific Coast League. Oakland Athletics have produced a huge amount of talented and professional players over the years. In the supervision of excellent coaches and administration, many players of Oakland Athletics have made it to the Baseball Hall of Fame. These include the likes of Rollie Fingers, Billy Williams, Don Sutton, Rickey Henderson, Dennis Eckersley and Dick Williams. Many of its players have also been inducted into Philadelphia Baseball Hall of Fame and the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame. The current roster of Oakland Athletics include Brett Anderson, Dallas Braden, Trevor Cahill, Gio Gonzalez, Ben Sheets, Jerry Blevins, Craig Breslow, Vin Mazzaro, Tyson Ross, Michael Wuertz, Brad Ziegler and Andrew Bailey as pitchers, Landon Powell and Kurt Suzuki as catchers, Rajai Davis, Gabe Cross and Ryan Sweeney as outfielders while Daric Barton, Mark Ellis, Jake Fox, Kevin Kouzmanoff, Eric Patterson, Cliff Pannington and Adam Rosales as infielders.
Oakland Athletics is owned by Lewis Wolff and the manager is Bob Geren. This season, the team looks ready to rule. This is a highly anticipated season and the Athletics are fully energized and prepared to deliver good performance. The fans break into cheer when they see their Green, gold and white uniformed players coming into the stadium. Their support is a motivating factor in the struggle to win. So buy your Oakland Athletics tickets and be there to cheer for your team.
The Oakland Athletics were unfortunately unable to give their fans any reason to rejoice in the 2016 MLB season. Apart from struggling in their pitching and offense, the team wasn’t able to perform on the defense either. The farm system was also not that good but has improved a great deal now. Finishing with a 69-93 record last season, the Athletics will soon be heading to the spring training. There have been efforts to improve the roster. Recently the A’s traded Brett Eiber to Los Angeles Dodgers for Jordan Tarsovich. Watch how he and the rest of the team performs in the spring training at the recently renovated Hohokam Stadium in Messa, Arizona.
Oakland Athletics Rivals
San Francisco Giants
The Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants games are referred to as the Bay Bridge Series. The name is inspired by the famous San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge that connects these two major cities. What makes this rivalry different is that there is not a lot of animosity between the two teams or their fans. That is not to say that the games are not competitive when they take on each other. The Athletics and the Giants have dished up some very competitive clashes over the years and that should continue in the future too.
The City Series is the name given to the clashes between the Oakland Athletics and the Philadelphia Phillies. This is more of a historic rivalry though that has died down a little. The games between these two sides were bitterly contested between 1903 and 1955.
The first ever game in the City Series took place at the Baker Bowl on April 9, 1903 and it was a game that the Phillies won 6-5. The very same year, the Athletics and the Phillies decided to take part in spring as well as fall series. The rivalry more or less ended when the A's relocated to Kansas City in 1955. The two sides have played each other since then but the animosity levels have been much more subdued.
Oakland Athletics Schedule 2020
|Spring Training Results 2020|
|Sat, Feb 22||Chicago||L12-2||0-1||Cotton 1-0||Trivino 0-1||12,109|
|Sun, Feb 23||San Francisco||L5-3||0-2||Wolff 1-0||Dunshee 0-1||Hjelle 1||6,017|
|Sun, Feb 23||Arizona||L7-3||0-3||Ray 1-0||Bassitt 0-1||9,437|
|Mon, Feb 24||Milwaukee||L14-4||0-4||Burnes 1-0||Manaea 0-1||3,512|
|Tue, Feb 25||San Diego||L9-6||0-5||0|
|Wed, Feb 26||Arizona||W16-3||1-5||Montas 1-0||Weaver 0-1||3,745|
|Thu, Feb 27||Colorado||W5-2||2-5||Lee 1-0||Fernandez 0-1||4,005|
|Fri, Feb 28||Cincinnati||L10-1||2-6||DeSclafani 1-0||Fiers 0-1||3,237|
|Sat, Feb 29||Cleveland||W8-7||3-6||Hart 1-0||Wood 0-1||Charles 1||6,206|
|Sat, Feb 29||Cleveland||W8-6||4-6||Howard 1-0||Weiss 0-1||Weems 1||8,159|
|Sun, Mar 1||Kansas City||W10-6||5-6||Naile 1-0||Sparkman 0-1||5,237|
|Sun, Mar 1||Cleveland||W8-5||6-6||Luzardo 1-0||Plutko 0-1||7,521|
|Mon, Mar 2||Chicago||W5-2||7-6||Bracewell||Norwood 0-1||4,938|
|Tue, Mar 3||Chicago||W6-5||8-6||Bassitt 1-1||Mejia 0-1||Schultz 1||3,559|
|Thu, Mar 5||Los Angeles||W5-1||9-6||Fiers 1-1||Buehler 1-1||7,672|
|Fri, Mar 6||Cincinnati||L11-5||10-7||Thornburg 1-0||Trivino 0-2||5,731|
|Fri, Mar 6||Cleveland||W7-6||10-6||Lee 2-0||Hentges 0-2||Howard 1||4,000|
|Sat, Mar 7||Seattle||W8-4||11-7||Wendelken 1-0||Altavilla 0-1||8,274|
|Sun, Mar 8||Milwaukee||W11-3||12-7||Petit 1-0||Hader 0-1||6,314|
|Mon, Mar 9||Texas||W5-0||13-7||Bassitt 2-1||Hernandez 1-1||5,291|
|Tue, Mar 10||Kansas City||L4-2||13-8||Lopez 2-0||Fiers 1-2||Marte 1||5,211|
Oakland Athletics Ticket Prices
The average price for Oakland Athletics Tickets start from $39. The minimum get in price is $12 for Oakland Athletics Tickets at the RingCentral Coliseum, Oakland. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Oakland Athletics vs. Miami Marlins||Oakland||1-Jul-20||$49||$12|
|Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles||Oakland||2-Jul-20||$39||$12|
|Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles||Oakland||3-Jul-20||$61||$18|
|Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles||Oakland||4-Jul-20||$50||$16|
|Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles||Oakland||5-Jul-20||$48||$14|
|San Francisco Giants vs. Oakland Athletics||San Francisco||7-Jul-20||$120||$30|
|San Francisco Giants vs. Oakland Athletics||San Francisco||8-Jul-20||$126||$42|
|Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics||Seattle||9-Jul-20||$71||$15|
|Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics||Seattle||10-Jul-20||$73||$24|
|Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics||Seattle||11-Jul-20||$73||$25|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
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Q:Who is the owner of the Oakland As?
A:The Oakland Athletics are owned by John J. Fisher and Lewis Wolff. Fisher is the majority owner of the franchise and bought it alongside Wolff in 2005. The Oakland Athletics are one of the most successful teams in the MLB and have the third highest World Series haul in the league. To catch the Athletics live in action against their MLB rivals, get Oakland Athletics Tickets today.
Q:Why do the Oakland As have an elephant as a mascot?
A:The Oakland Athletics' famous elephant mascot comes from a jibe which was thrown to their owner Benjamin Shibe by the New York Giants' manger, John McGraw. McGraw claimed that Shibe had a white elephant on his hands. The team's manager adopted the white elephant as their mascot and it has been associated with them ever since. The As have several exciting games coming up and you can watch them live by getting Oakland Athletics Tickets from this website via our certified brokers.
Q:Where did athletics originate from?
A:The Oakland Athletics were founded in 1901 in Philadelphia and were originally called the Philadelphia Athletics. The franchise then moved to Kansas in 1955 and finally came to Oakland in 1968. The Athletics are one of the most successful franchises in MLB history and you can watch their games live by getting Oakland Athletics Tickets from this website. Tickets have been placed here by our certified brokers who offer some of the best prices in the market. Rest assured, the tickets you buy will reach you well with in time for the game.
Q:Are any Oakland Athletics championship games coming up soon?
A:Currently, the MLB regular season has not started so the Athletics do not have any such championship games coming up. However, they very well may have some down the line, once the season draws to a close. To watch the Athletics live in action from ballparks around the country, get Oakland Athletics Tickets today.
Q:Will I be able to have my oakland athletics spring training tickets refunded?
A:We do not allow ticket refunds under normal circumstances so you will not be able to have your Oakland Athletics Tickets refunded. Purchase once completed is considered final. Tickets refund is only allowed in very rare instances and that too according to certain terms and conditions. If you want some more information about it, go through the "policies" page on our website or call us on the number mentioned on our website and talk to our customer services representative.
Q:Will the oakland athletics ticket prices come down close to a game?
A:The Oakland Athletics have won 9 World Series titles and they will be looking to add to that haul this season. As far as Oakland Athletics Tickets go, their prices are determined by a lot of different factors and hence it is very tough to predict which way the prices will go as a game draws near. This is precisely the reason why we always advise our customers to not put off their purchase till the very end. Besides, since the Athletics are very well supported, there are chances tickets will not be available close to the game.
Q:How can I pay for my Oakland Athletics Tickets?
A:The Athletics managed to win twenty consecutive games in the year 2002 to set a new American League record. You can make the payment for your Oakland Athletics Tickets through a credit card. Please note that we don't accept payments made in cash.