Major League Baseball
- Giants get championship rings before game
- Reddick sparks A's 5-0 win against Royals
- Giants throttled by Diamondbacks 9-0 as woes continue
- Royals beat A's 6-4 in wild-card game rematch
- Giants fall short in 7-6 loss to Diamondbacks
- Butler returns to Kansas City, this time with A's
- Slumping Giants fall to Rockies 4-2
- Astros breeze by A's 6-1
- Giants fall to Rockies 4-1 for 5th loss in a row
- Jackie Robinson Day extends into orbit
Why did the Warriors slaughter, eviscerate, embarrass, beleaguer and murder the birds from Bourbon Street when it mattered? Because the Warriors were just plain tougher.
Teams’ quest for bigger, stronger players exacerbates the problem
Pitcher kept it simple and used the energy from the pregame ring ceremony to produce another quality start.
Josh Reddick rounded the bases after his three-run homer, celebrated in Oakland's dugout for just a moment, and then climbed to the top step and waited.