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The Oakland Athletics ST is a pro baseball team that calls the West Division of the MLB’s American League home. It is presently located in Oakland and has been playing and practicing here since 1968. It was founded in 1901 and joined the American League the same year. Its official colors are white, green and California gold. For the first half of the twentieth century, it was known as the Philadelphia Athletics. It then moved to Kansas City and became the Kansas City Athletics. In 1968, the team moved to Oakland and became the Oakland Athletics, a name it has held to this day. It is best known by its nickname, the A’s. Its present ballpark is the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum where it has been based since 1968 and which is also known as the O.co Coliseum after the naming rights were bought by Overstock.com. It is a team to glimpse live via Oakland Athletics ST tickets.
The Oakland Athletics ST is a franchise owned by John Fisher and Lew Wolff. It is managed by Bob Melvin with Billy Beane as its general manager. It was established as one of eight charter franchises of the American League in Philadelphia and it won three out of the four World Series held from 1910 to 1914, regarded as the First Dynasty and the Second Dynasty in which the team won two consecutively in 1929 and 1930. During its first fifty years, the team was owned by Connie Mack and it was home to a number of Hall of Fame players including Chief Bender, Jimmie Foxx Frank "Home Run" Baker, and Lefty Grove. It then moved to Kansas City followed by a move to Oakland where the Third Dynasty emerged when the team won three World Championships consecutively from 1972 to 1974. During this time, the team was led by legends such as Reggie Jackson and Catfish Hunter with its owner being Charlie O. Finley.
In 1989, the Oakland Athletics ST’s Fourth Dynasty took place when it won the World Series in 1989, led by Jose Canseco, Mark McGwire and Dennis Eckersley. In 2002, the team made history when it won twenty games consecutively, resulting in a record within the American League. This was even shown in the hit movie, Moneyball. When it comes to the World Series, it has won a record nine World Series titles. It has also won fifteen American League Pennants and fourteen West Division titles. In 2001, the team was also the recipient of a wild card berth.
The Oakland Athletics ST also has a number of rivalries. Foremost amongst these is the rivalry with the San Francisco Giants that culminates in a series of games known as the Bay Bridge Series. It is a competitive and friendly rivalry between the teams and their fans as compared to other famous rivalries where there is hatred and animosity. Its names is drawn from the Bay Bridge that joins San Francisco and Oakland. It first started out as a series of exhibition games played after spring training and today also refers to games the teams play against each other during the regular season. The Oakland Athletics ST have won forty five of all games played whereas the San Francisco Giants have won forty one of all games played between the two teams.
The Oakland Athletics ST also have a historic rivalry with the Philadelphia Phillies that took place during the first fifty years of the team’s history known as the City Series. It is today regarded as one of the oldest rivalries in Major League Baseball, beginning with the first game held in 1883.
Many players from the Oakland Athletics ST have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and three members have received the Ford C. Frick Award. With nine World Series titles to its name, this is a team no baseball fan can afford to pass watching live when Oakland Athletics ST tickets are just a click away.