There’s a youth movement underway in the Bay, so now is the best time to purchase single game tickets to support the A’s at Oakland Alameda Coliseum! With a loaded AL West that features defending champion Texas and two-time MVP Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels, there is plenty of high-caliber baseball just a few clicks away!
The A’s will host AL division winners Cleveland and Boston and renew their Bay Area rivalry with the Giants. The interleague schedule also brings Atlanta to face the A’s in Oakland for the first time since 2003, and the Miami Marlins. Check the full season schedule below to find out what day is a great day to watch A’s baseball!
The Athletics offense is centralized around Khris Davis, who it 42 homers last year and has the chance to be just the fourth player in the team’s storied history to have multiple 40-homer seasons. Shortstop Marcus Semien added 27 of his own, and the team needs Ryon Healy to develop further after batting .305 in 72 games as a rookie.
Sonny Gray will try to rediscover 14-win form of 2015 as he anchors Oakland’s rotation. Lefty Sean Manaea showed promise as a rookie, striking out 124 while going 7-9, and rookie Jharel Cotton maybe in line for the No. 3 spot. The bullpen may be the A’s biggest strength, with Ryan Dull and Ryan Madson a potent 1-2 punch.