Oakland Athletics 2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The Oakland Athletics (often referred to as the Oakland A’s) were founded in 1901 as the Philadelphia Athletics before moving to Oakland by way of Kansas City in 1968. But don’t get settled yet; the Oakland A’s are officially moving to Las Vegas in 2028, after a short stint in Sacramento from 2025-2027. 

Check out the Oakland Athletics 2024 TV schedule right here to make sure you never miss a single steal, homerun or seventh inning stretch of the upcoming season.

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Oakland Athletics Quick Facts:

Founding Season: 1901
Division: American League West
Home Ballpark: Oakland Coliseum currently; Sutter Health Park for 2025-27
World Series Titles: 9 (1910, 1911, 1913, 1929, 1930, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1989)
2023 Finish: Did not make the postseason

How did the Oakland A’s Do in 2023?

The Athletics faced a challenging season, finishing with a 50-112 record and a .309 winning percentage, alongside a significant -2.1 run differential. Their struggles on both offense and defense resulted in their lack of postseason appearance.

As Oakland looks ahead to the 2024 season, the focus will be on rebuilding and enhancing all aspects of their game to become more competitive in the regular season, before aiming for postseason opportunities. 

Oakland Athletics Schedule

Don’t miss a second of the 2024 baseball season. You can explore the full A’s schedule, including when and where to watch them play games live on TV. No games today? Find another match up on the full MLB schedule to keep your head in the game.

How to Watch the Oakland Athletics

For the days you can’t make it to the ballpark, get the best at-home experience with DIRECTV. Below are a few networks where you can watch the A’s baseball games.

NBC Sports California Plus (Regional Sports Network) – DIRECTV Channel 698

FOX SPORTS 1 – DIRECTV Channel 219


ESPN – DIRECTV Channel 206


ABC  Find your local ABC channel

FOX – Find your local FOX channel

Oakland Players to Watch in 2024

Here are some of the biggest up and coming names on the Oakland Athletics to watch out for on the field.

  • Brent Rooker, Designated hitter
  • Zack Gelof, Third baseman
  • Esteury Ruiz, Left fielder

Oakland Athletics Rivalries

There are a lot of games during the regular season, and it’s hard not to miss a few every once and a while. If there are any games you don’t want to miss, it’s between the A’s and their rivals.

Athletics vs. San Francisco Giants

The Bay Bridge Series is about to go long distance, with the Athletics’ upcoming move. You can catch this rivalry on these dates this season:

  •  July 30-31
  • August 17-18

Athletics vs. Los Angeles Angels

Another location-related rivalry that may soon evolve with the A’s move is between them and the Los Angeles Angels. Often competing for the AL West division title, there has been some serious competition between these teams since the “Moneyball” days. Watch the two teams face off on these days:

  • June 24-26
  • July 2-4
  • July 19-21
  • July 25-28

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