Tickets to the Oakland Athletics

EventDateCity and Venue
Oakland Athletics vs. Seattle Mariners Thu. May 24, 2018
Oakland, CA - Oakland Coliseum
Chicago White Sox vs. Oakland Athletics Sun. June 24, 2018
Chicago, IL - Guaranteed Rate Field
Texas Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics Tue. July 24, 2018
Arlington, TX - Globe Life Park
Minnesota Twins vs. Oakland Athletics Fri. August 24, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics Mon. September 24, 2018
Seattle, WA - Safeco Field
Oakland Athletics vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Fri. May 25, 2018
Oakland, CA - Oakland Coliseum
Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics Mon. June 25, 2018
Detroit, MI - Comerica Park
Texas Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics Wed. July 25, 2018
Arlington, TX - Globe Life Park
Minnesota Twins vs. Oakland Athletics Sat. August 25, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics Tue. September 25, 2018
Seattle, WA - Safeco Field
Oakland Athletics vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Sat. May 26, 2018
Oakland, CA - Oakland Coliseum
Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics Tue. June 26, 2018
Detroit, MI - Comerica Park
Texas Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics Thu. July 26, 2018
Arlington, TX - Globe Life Park
Minnesota Twins vs. Oakland Athletics Sun. August 26, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics Wed. September 26, 2018
Seattle, WA - Safeco Field
Oakland Athletics vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Sun. May 27, 2018
Oakland, CA - Oakland Coliseum
Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics Wed. June 27, 2018
Detroit, MI - Comerica Park
Colorado Rockies vs. Oakland Athletics Fri. July 27, 2018
Denver, CO - Coors Field
Houston Astros vs. Oakland Athletics Mon. August 27, 2018
Houston, TX - Minute Maid Park
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Mon. May 28, 2018
Oakland, CA - Oakland Coliseum
Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics Thu. June 28, 2018
Detroit, MI - Comerica Park
Colorado Rockies vs. Oakland Athletics Sat. July 28, 2018
Denver, CO - Coors Field

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About The Oakland Athletics

The Oakland Athletics are one of the American League's most successful teams. As of 2010, the franchise has won 9 World Series titles and 15 pennants. Their success however comes in bunches, or as their fans like say, "dynasties." The first Athletics dynasty occurred from 1910 to 1914. During this time the Athletics, managed by Connie Mack and featuring hall of famers Chief Bender and Frank "Home Run" Baker, won three World Series titles (1910, 1911, and 1913) and four American League pennants (1914). The second Athletics dynasty took place from 1929 to 1931. This period saw the Athletics win two World Series titles (1929 and 1930) and three American League pennants (1931). Also managed by Connie Mack, the Athletics teams of this era featured Jimmie Fox and pitcher Lefty Grove.

In the 1970s, the team entered its third dynasty thanks to players like Reggie Jackson, Jim "Catfish" Hunter, Rollie Fingers, and Vida Blue. The club won World Series titles in 1972, 1973, and 1974. The fourth Athletics dynasty came at the end of the 1980s. It resulted in just one World Series title (1989) but three consecutive AL pennants: 1988, 1989, and 1990. The 1989 World Series against the San Francisco Giants was marred by the Loma Prieta earthquake which caused massive damage throughout the Bay Area. The 1989 championship squad featured Mark McGwire, Jose Canseco, and Dennis Eckersley.

The Athletics were founded in 1901 in Philadelphia. The nickname "athletics" was used frequently back then as a name for sports clubs. The Athletics are more commonly known as the "A's" (in the decade of the 1970s it was their official name). The team moved to Kansas City from 1955 to 1967 and nearly fell into oblivion. Before the start of the 1968 season the team relocated to Oakland. Nowadays, Athletics tickets are sold to the O.co Coliseum (formerly Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum), arguably the worst stadium in the majors to watch a baseball game. The A's are aligned in the West Division with their rivals the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers.

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