Oakland Athletics Odds

The Oakland Athletics are known for transforming under-the-radar players into stars and consistently overperforming in relation to their payroll. The A’s are always looking to acquire more young talent to help them compete in the AL West.

When sportsbooks become legal in California, here’s how you can bet on the A’s online, including today’s Oakland A’s game lines, A’s World Series odds and more key betting data.

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Today’s Athletics odds

A’s World Series, AL odds

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Best Oakland A’s betting apps

California is among many states that have not yet legalized online sports betting. Although several bills have been proposed, nearly all have been rejected, and the consensus is that 2023 may be the soonest Californians would see legal online sportsbooks. If sports betting does become legal, the best MLB betting sites in CA that should be available include FanDuel California, DraftKings and BetMGM Sportsbook.

FanDuel app

  • Traditional and live betting for up-to-the-second action on A’s moneylines, run lines and totals
  • Futures odds to bet on the A’s to make the playoffs, win the AL pennant or win the World Series
  • Same game parlay option, so A’s bettors can combine multiple bets
  • Specific player award betting section where bets can be placed on a position player or pitcher to win MVP or Cy Young

DraftKings app

  • Traditional and live betting options for every Athletics game
  • Continuously updated futures odds where you can bet on the A’s to win the World Series
  • An expansive array of prop bets means users can bet on lesser-known players
  • A parlay builder and player awards section

BetMGM app

  • Traditional and live option for betting on A’s over/under, moneyline and run line
  • A simple parlay interface allows users to create bets quickly
  • An option to bet on the club you believe will have the most regular-season wins or if any team will win over 100 games
  • A wide selection of MLB player-specific props allows users to bet on a variety of season-long stats

What is the A’s moneyline?

The three main bets you will likely see when viewing A’s odds are the moneyline, run line and over/under. Here is a little about each:

  • Moneyline: Picking a team on the moneyline means you choose them to win the game with no connection to the margin of victory. When betting moneylines, a one-run victory returns the same profit as a six-run blowout.
  • Run line: As with the point spread wager in other sports, you bet for the favorite to win by a certain margin or more or the underdog to lose by less than that same margin. Due to the nature of each game, this line is usually set at 1.5 runs.
  • Over/under: Also known as total, an over/under bet entails choosing whether the teams involved will score more or less than the listed number.

A’s team and player props

In addition to the three main types above, you can bet on player or team accomplishments, both before and during a game. The following are a few examples of these types of bets:

  • Season win total (over/under): Bet on the total wins you believe the A’s will have at the end of the regular season.
  • MLB award winners: Do you think the A’s have a positional player or pitcher worthy of winning MVP or Cy Young? You can make bets on MLB awards with continuously adjusted odds throughout the season. You can even bet on the winner of the Home Run Derby.
  • World Series/American League win: At any point in the season, you can bet on the A’s to win the American League, World Series or both.
  • Pitcher strikeouts: Bet on the number of strikeouts by a pitcher or team for a game or any number of specific MLB player props.

A’s alternate lines & parlays

Bettors can also utilize alternative betting lines and parlays to expand from the traditional moneyline, run line and total.

Suppose there is a matchup where you feel more confident than the run line in the A’s winning. If the pre-first A’s run line is -1.5, but you believe the game will be a blowout in favor of Oakland, you could consider an alternate line of A’s -3.5 instead. If you are correct and the game is a blowout, the alternative line of -3.5 will provide more profitable odds.

Instead of adjusting the run line to an alternative line to produce more profitable odds, bettors can also utilize parlays to combine multiple bets (legs) into one. In a parlay, the bettor must get each leg correct to win.

A simple parlay for an A’s game could include two legs, one bet on the run line and the other on the total. If you believe the weather, the ballpark or an opposing bullpen struggling could lead to a high-scoring affair in favor of Oakland, you could parlay Oakland -1.5 and an over bet on the total.

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Where is the A’s home stadium?

The Oakland Athletics play their home games in RingCentral Coliseum, also known around the league as simply The Coliseum. Here are some facts about this facility:

  • The Athletics shared The Coliseum with the Oakland Raiders from 1995 until 2019, when the Raiders moved to Las Vegas, making the stadium the last to play home to an NFL and MLB team.
  • In 2017, the Athletics dedicated the playing surface as Rickey Henderson Field in honor of the Hall of Fame A’s outfielder.
  • The Coliseum has the largest foul territory of any MLB ballpark.
  • The current seating capacity for baseball games is 46,847, but the capacity for soccer and football games can reach over 63,000.
  • The deepest part of the park is in dead center, reaching 400 feet, while both the right and left-field corners sit 330 feet from home plate.

Betting tips for games at The Coliseum

Due to the expansive foul ground at The Coliseum, games played at home for the A’s are generally regarded as pitcher-friendly. Foul balls that typically reach the stands manage to stay in play in Oakland, leading to lower batting averages and above-average pitching performances.

In addition to its wide foul area, The Coliseum gave up the eighth-fewest home runs in the MLB in 2021, further solidifying its place as a pitcher-friendly park. Bettors can expect lower totals and slightly inflated pitching numbers in games played in Oakland. Thus, here are a few pitcher-friendly prop bets to potentially pair with A’s home games:

  • Total hits allowed (o/u)
  • Strikeouts (o/u)
  • Inning run totals (o/u)

Live betting on Oakland A’s games

Online sports betting allows customers to bet on games currently in progress. If you miss the start of an A’s game, you can still get in on the action by placing live bets.

With live betting, the odds for specific bets are continuously adjusted for any action in the game to that point. Let’s say you like a particular matchup, but the pregame odds are unfavorable. If the A’s give up a run in the first inning, you can likely get better odds if you place your bet live via a CA mobile betting app.

In addition, you can also live bet on other specific parts of each game in progress. Players can utilize live betting to place bets on the next player to hit a home run, pitcher to record a strikeout or overall inning runs over/under.

What do A’s tickets cost?

Tickets to games at The Coliseum can range in price depending on the matchup, game time and day of the week. Upper-deck tickets for weekday games can be found for as low as $15, while other lower-level private seating can cost over $200.

What is the A’s mascot?

The Oakland Athletics mascot is an elephant named Stomper, which has been used since the franchise’s beginning to symbolize parts of the club’s creation.

Who owns the A’s?

The A’s principal owner is John J. Fisher, who, along with Lewis Wolff, bought the team for $180 million in 2005. In 2016, Fisher became the full owner of the team after Wolff sold his remaining share. In early 2021, the club was estimated to be worth just over $1.1 billion.

Will Oakland’s stadium get a sportsbook?

Due to the pending status of sportsbook legalization in the state, it is unclear whether the Athletics will feature one in their ballpark. With proposals mounting for a new stadium in Oakland, only time will tell whether The Coliseum (or some future ballpark) will feature in-house betting.

Regardless, bettors will still have the option to bet from their phones in the stadium once sportsbooks become legal in the state.

Where to watch or stream A’s games online free

Athletics games stream on various platforms, but all require a cable log-in or subscription. Some of the digital channels include:

  • NBC Sports California
  • MLB TV (out-of-market/game of the day)
  • Hulu TV
  • YouTube TV

Some providers offer a free trial upon subscription.

A’s franchise leaders & retired numbers

Here are some of the statistical leaders for the A’s in a variety of different hitting and pitching categories:

Franchise leaders

  • Hits: Bert Campaneris – 1,882
  • RBIs: Al Simmons – 1,119
  • Home Runs: Mark McGwire – 363
  • Batting Average: Al Simmons – .356
  • Wins: Eddie Plank – 284
  • ERA: Rube Waddell – 1.97
  • Saves: Dennis Eckersley – 320

Retired numbers

  • #9 Reggie Jackson – RF
  • #24 Rickey Henderson – LF
  • #27 Catfish Hunter – P
  • #34 Rollie Fingers – P
  • #42 Jackie Robinson – IF
  • #43 Dennis Eckersley – P

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