Tag Archives: Oakland A’s

  • 13 Greatest Postseason Upsets In MLB History

    13 Greatest Postseason Upsets In MLB History

    The last night of 2011 MLB season was perhaps the most thrilling five hours in the history of professional sports. Consequently, some people may have thought the 2011 MLB Postseason would be a letdown. But not us. We here at Total Pro Sports predicted this year’s playoffs would be thrilling, and so far they have […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 9/7/11 — Guillermo Moscoso

    Stat Line Of The Night — 9/7/11 — Guillermo Moscoso

    For the second time in the last three days, a Major League pitcher took a no-hitter into the eighth innings, and for the second time in three days they couldn’t hold on through the final two innings.  However, that didn’t stop us from awarding the White Sox Zach Stewart with “The Stat Line of the […]

  • The Midges Are Back In Cleveland (Video)

    The Midges Are Back In Cleveland (Video)

    The last time we saw the midges in Cleveland take over an Indians game was back in 2007 during Game 2 of the American League Division Series, as they terrorized Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain just enough to cause him to allow the game-tying run in the eighth inning. The midges returned to Progressive Field last […]

  • Fan Dies After Fatal Fall At Rangers Ballpark In Arlington (Video)

    Fan Dies After Fatal Fall At Rangers Ballpark In Arlington (Video)

    Tragedy struck Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Thursday night as a fan fell over a railing in the left field bleachers while trying to catch a souvenir.  After a Conor Jackson foul ball ricocheted off a seat and onto the field, Rangers left fielder Josh Hamilton picked the ball up and tossed it to some fans […]

  • A’s Fan Offers Up The Worst Catch Attempt Ever (Video)

    A’s Fan Offers Up The Worst Catch Attempt Ever (Video)

    We here at TPS have given you all several awe-inspiring foul ball catches by baseball fans across America, and throughout the world.  At times, we have also provided a glimpse at the more shameful (or to some, hilarious) side of spectator catches in the game as well. And for another one of those shameful moments, […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 5/16/10 — Joel Pineiro

    The Stat Line of the Night — 5/16/10 — Joel Pineiro

    When the Angels won 5 division titles in 6 years, they had some great hitting, sure, but the real key was always their superb starting pitching.  Although the beginning of the season has been shaky at best for the Angels, its starting pitching that could bring them around in a relatively tough AL West.  Joel […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 07/20/09 – Matt Holliday

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 07/20/09 – Matt Holliday

    Total Pro Sports – Last night’s battle between the Minnesota Twins and the Oakland Athletics provided a few rather strong statlines.  Justin Mourneau went 3 for 5 with 2 home runs and 7 RBIs, but he was outdone by the A’s Matt Holliday, whose terrific night at the plate was the deciding factor in a […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 05/10/09 – Brett Cecil

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 05/10/09 – Brett Cecil

    Total Pro Sports – With their pitching rotation taking some major hits due to the injury bug, the Toronto Blue Jays continue to find young prospects that apear ready to step up in the big leagues.  Yeasterday against the Oakland Athletics, it was Brett Cecil’s turn to show what he had in his second career […]