Archive for Tag Archives: ' A’s'

The A’s are killing me softly

  Travis Danner SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS My life is ruined. At least it feels that way after the Oakland A’s lost the Tuesday, Sept. 30 12 inning Wild Card playoff to the Kansas City Royals [...]

State rivalries engulf MLB playoffs

Kalama Hines SPORTS EDITOR It first happened in 1906, in Chicago. The most recent occurrence was 2000, in New York. The one on the tip of the Bay Area’s tongue however was in 1989. The “cross-town [...]

The A’s need to stay in the Bay Area

Travis Danner Special to The Express My love affair with the Oakland A’s started on a warm July night at the Coliseum when I was 10 years old. In some ways, part of me has been [...]

Bay Area sports finally back to winning ways

Alex Romero Staff Writer The long awaited success from professional sports in the Bay Area has replaced a dark age of losing. Dark age would actually be an understatement. For the mid 2000s, there were no [...]

Marathon bombing leaves safety of sporting events in question

Martin Gallegos Sports Editor   They’re supposed to make all of your worries go away. Sporting events are meant to be an escape from reality. People dealing with real-world problems can go to a ballpark or [...]

Bay Area baseball back in full swing

Timothy Salinas Piper Staff Writer Parking lot barbecues and Balfour rage, or garlic fries and panda hats. Third and King or Hegenberger. Oakland Athletics or San Francisco Giants. Since 1968, the two teams have split the [...]

No grudge from Giants fans to A’s fans

Jason Leskiw Managing Editor It seems as if there is a war going on between A’s and Giants fans. A’s fans seem to hate Giants fans profusely. A’s fans booed Buster Posey at the Oakland Coliseum [...]