The Oakland Ballers will play in the Pioneer League, giving East Bay fans a team to root for after the A’s leave.
LeRonne Armstrong hasn’t given up his desire to return to OPD. In the meantime, he’s found a place to mentor Oakland youth.
Retiring president and coach Louie Butler helped shape the league, which mostly serves Black and Latino families, for over 50 years.
The Oakland A’s final home game of the season was a strange mix of melancholy and joy.
The Oakland legend was good enough for the PGA. But his career was stymied by endemic racism in the sport.
Local ballplayers and coaches—from Little League to MLB—have shaped the history of America’s pastime, on and off the field.
You could join the ranks of Marshawn Lynch and G-Eazy when The Roots and Soul SC open up club ownership to the general public.
Oakland is quickly becoming a soccer town. We’ve compiled a list of restaurants and bars where anyone can enjoy the global tourney, happening July 20 – Aug. 20.
The century-old course has been a home to PGA champions, a refuge for Black golfing pioneers, and a training ground for East Bay kids.
One baseball fan reflects on a night of ‘open revolt’ at the Coliseum, sure to go down in the annals of local sports lore.
Faatimah Amen-Ra A is preparing for the Women’s Premier Basketball Association’s second season. She says the pre-professional league is “vital for Oakland.”
Oakland’s new women’s soccer team is playing its home opener at CSU East Bay on May 13 against San Francisco’s Olympic Club.
Jorge Leon has given his all to the A’s as the founder of a supporters group, the Oakland ‘68s. Now he’s struggling to come to terms with the team’s announced move to Las Vegas.
Sunday’s downtown parade and rally honored the Oakland Tech girls and Oakland High School boys basketball teams, which took home state titles last month.
Bushrod Park is at the center of the local scene for the 60-year-old sport that has become wildly popular across the US.
The Wildcat’s first-ever boys CIF state championship was a long time coming for these childhood friends.
Now in CIF Division I, the Bulldogs have become a dynasty team.
Capping a turnaround season, the CIF Division III title brings long-sought recognition to the Wildcats’ program.
Oakland High star player Money Williams scores 25 points. And Oakland Tech’s girls are seeking their third consecutive state championship.
Taliyah Logwood, the Bulldogs’ defensive stopper, has found a home on the court and in classroom with support from her head coach, Leroy Hurt.