After the wondrous walk-off in Game One, Game Two against the Angels was full of frustration.
Oh boy, what a start to the season! A game full of ups and downs was ended with one swing of the bat by our golden first baseman Matt Olson.
Four months later than planned, the Oakland A’s quest for a 2020 World Series title is set to begin.
A 60-game regular season, followed by a 16-team post-season, is anything but ordinary, but that’s very on-brand for an extraordinary year.
For reasons not in any way clear, MLB and the Players Association have decided at the very last minute to change the post-season structure for the shortened 2020 season.
The number of teams that will make the play-offs is going to increase from 10 to 16, just in case this season wasn’t going to be random enough already.
You know that team you were 100% certain had no shot at the play-offs? You might need to think again …
Nearly four months after the original scheduled Opening Day, the 2020 MLB season is finally going to begin.
That means it’s a good time to relaunch the A’s UK blog.