OAKLAND, CA - JULY 22: Coco Crisp #4 of the Oakland Athletics (right, finger extended) is congratulated by teammates after hitting the game winning RBI against the New York Yankees at O.co Coliseum on July 22, 2012 in Oakland, California. The Oakland Athletics defeated the New York Yankees 5-4 in 12 innings. (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
The A's visit the Blue Jays for a three-game series. Oakland wants to keep their hot streak going.
The Oakland Athletics have the baseball world buzzing. They're 9-1 over their past 10 games, have won five in a row, have just swept a four-game series against the New York Yankees, have celebrated a Major League-leading 11 walk-off victories this season and have looked more or less unstoppable since the All-Star Break.
On Tuesday, the A's will be unable to pick up another walk-off win, but they'll try to keep their white-hot streak going and try to extend their win streak as they visit the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays have been hit by unbelievably back injury setbacks, but remain an incredibly dangerous team, as evidenced by their recent high-scoring sweep of the Boston Red Sox.
TV Schedule & Probable Pitchers
Tuesday's game will begin at 4:07 p.m. PT and will be televised on CSN California. You can catch the radio broadcast on 95.7 FM The Game. Two left-handed pitchers with 2-2 records will face off, although Oakland's Travis Blackley has been much better this season than has Toronto's Brett Cecil.
Wednesday's first pitch will be at 4:07 p.m. PT and the game will be televised on CSN California. You can catch the radio broadcast on 95.7 FM The Game. The 2-0 A.J. Griffin will attempt to stay perfect as he takes on Blue Jays ace Ricky Romero, who is in search of his ninth win.
Thursday's finale will begin at 9:37 a.m PT and will not be televised locally. You can catch the radio broadcast on 95.7 FM The Game. Tom Milone hopes to continue his breakout season with his 10th win. He'll pitch against fellow lefty Aaron Laffey, who is 2-1 with a 2.77 ERA.