OAKLAND – A's management responded firmly Friday to a report that The Golden State Warriors currently play in the arena adjacent to the. The official website of the Oakland Athletics with the most up-to-date information on scores, schedule, stats, tickets, and team news. The Oakland A's showed support for their fellow Bay Area team, the Golden State Warriors, by wearing these sweet batting practice jerseys. The club plays its home games at the Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum. Search Toggle Search Input. The nickname "A's" has long been used interchangeably with "Athletics", dating to the team's early days when headline writers wanted a way to shorten the name. On June 18, , the City of San Jose filed suit against Selig, seeking the court's ruling that Major League Baseball may not prevent the Oakland A's from moving to San Jose. Hats displaying both teams on the cap are sold from vendors at the games, and once in a while the teams both dress in uniforms from a historic era of their franchises. They began wearing a black alternate jersey with "Athletics" written in green. Frank Baker Jack Barry Chief Bender Eddie Collins Jack Coombs Harry Davis Claud Derrick Topsy Hartsel Harry Krause Jack Lapp Paddy Livingston Bris Lord Cy Morgan Danny Murphy Amos Strunk Ira Thomas. The records of the Athletics' last ten seasons in Major League Baseball are listed below. All Oakland Athletics Departments. Golden State Warriors , NBA Playoffs , Oakland , Oakland A's , MLB. Jimmie Foxx, Nelson Fox, Lefty Grove, George Kell, Nap Lajoie, Connie Mack, Eddie Plank, Al Simmons, Tris Speaker, Rube Waddell, and Zack Wheat. California Saint Mary's San Jose State Santa Clara Stanford San Francisco. Columbia Park Shibe Park Municipal Stadium Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum Spring training Barrs Field Terry Park Ballfield Wilmington Park McCurdy Field Connie Mack Field McKechnie Field Rendezvous Park Scottsdale Stadium I Phoenix Municipal Stadium Hohokam Stadium. Oakland P Bobby Witt narrowly misses hurling a perfect game, defeating KC on a , 1-hitter.