Our Hollywood sleuths have discovered the secret script for "Moneyball 2," and guess what? A's general manager Billy Beane is singing a different tune this time around.
The Oakland A's keep failing in the MLB postseason because no one steps up to save them -- propelling himself and the team to greatness, Howard Bryant writes.
Miguel Tejada won an MVP award with the Oakland Athletics. Now a shell of his former self, Tejada is using the media to try to rekindle a reunion with his former team.
The next franchise on the front burner for MLB -- with the Rangers' situation now in the rearview -- is going to be the Oakland Athletics. Plus, a look at the state of all divisional races right now.
Michael Lewis' "Moneyball" came out six years ago. Since then, how has the philosophy of Billy Beane and the Oakland A's changed? Baseball Prospectus speaks with the GM to find out.
Athletics general manager Billy Beane, the architect behind Oakland's four division titles since 2000, was rewarded with a seven-year contract extension Wednesday.
A "genius" label is difficult to sustain in baseball, but A's GM Billy Beane manages to remain on top of the sport's Mensa list, writes Jim Caple.
Eric Chavez and Barry Zito remember the past and believe these A's can finally deliver a first-round knockout punch.
The Oakland Athletics and longtime Chicago White Sox slugger Frank Thomas have agreed to a one-year deal. He will be introduced in a news conference Thursday.
Oakland general manager Billy Beane will interview two members of the Athletics' coaching staff this coming week for the team's managerial vacancy.
The Oakland Athletics got two more new owners on Friday: general manager Billy Beane and team president Michael Crowley.
Will the A's ever trade one of their Big Three starters? This offseason could be the time for it to happen.
While it's hard to say if Billy Beane or Brian Sabean will make a move before July 31, it won't be for lack of effort.
The A's are pitching-rich and struggle to score runs, but Billy Beane isn't interested in any short-term fixes on offense.
The Athletics and Eric Chavez are close to a deal that would be the richest in team history.
As a pitcher, Dave Stewart was an imposing presence. Now we'll find out what he's like as an agent.