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The franchise of the Athletics started in Philadelphia. There, the team donned the white elephants logo and then turned to green and gold upon moving to the west coast. The franchise has been playing for the American League since it started in 1901 and have found success in the American League. The league saw this team from its birth up to its geographic expansion to the Midwest and then to the west coast in California.
The birth of the franchise came when the American League awarded a franchise to Philadelphia. In April of 1901, they made their debut professional baseball game, which was a loss to the Washington Senators. Their first win in the league came by defeating the Boston Red Sox. With this team, the name Nap Lajole is legendary. The next season saw the franchise rise to the top and earn an American League pennant. They have had successful runs from here onward. From 1910 to 1914, the A’s won four American League pennants resulting to three World Series titles from 1910, 1911 and 1913. In the 1914 World Series game, they were upset by the underdog Boston Braves, which was dubbed as the Miracle Braves at that time. This game is considered as one of the biggest upsets in baseball history. After this run, the team’s main roster was disbanded and the franchise pummeled down the standings in the years to come.
The glory of the baseball era came back for the A’s during the 1920s. From 1929 to 1931, they won consecutive American League pennants en route to two World Series titles in 1929 and 1930. In 1954, the franchise moved to Kansas City and was named as the KC Athletics. However, they had no success in their 13 years stay in Kansas City. Then in 1968, the team moved to Oakland and became part of the West division of American League in 1969. Shortly after, a dynasty was born in the Oakland A’s wherein they won three consecutive pennants from 1972 to 1974. This also translated to World Series championships. Another three consecutive American League pennants took place from 1988 to 1990 wherein they won one World Series in 1989.
Currently, the A’s are playing their home games at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and this ballpark is jointly operated by the Coliseum Authority and Oakland Coliseum Joint Venture wherein the SMG is the general partner of OCJV.