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Oakland Athletics Postseason History

Oakland’s baseball tradition has been a proud once since the Athletics moved into town from Kansas City in the 1960s. With several championships to their name, the A’s have represented the Bay Area very well and have done so thanks to some legendary pitching, in addition to some household names at the plate.

The team’s most successful run in the postseason took place during a three-year window from 1972 to 1974, where the Athletics won three consecutive championships. All three titles came against different teams, as the A’s beat the Cincinnati Reds and New York Mets in seven games before taking out the LA Dodgers in a five-game series to close out their third straight championship.

A look at the roster of those A’s teams was a who’s who of all-time great talent, a list that included Hall of Famers such as Rollie Fingers, Catfish Hunter, and Reggie Jackson. Jackson, who may be better-known for his time as a Yankee, was spectacular for the team in the 1973 World Series, where he took home Most Valuable Player honors. He hit .310 during the series against the Mets, racking up nine hits and six runs batted in during the seven-game series.

That 1973 series win saw the A’s beat a Mets team that had Yogi Berra as its manager, along with players such as Willie Mays and Tom Seaver on the same roster, with the Athletics getting the better of that battle that was loaded with Hall of Famers on each side.

When it comes to postseason rivals, the A’s have had their share over the course of their history in October. During the 1970s, the team went head-to-head with the Baltimore Orioles several times in the playoffs. In the 1980s, it was the Red Sox that the A’s had to take out to get to the World Series on multiple occasions, with the A’s going 8-0 against the Red Sox in two American League Championship Series. And in the early 2000s, the A’s and Yankees had themselves some epic postseason series, with the two sides meeting up time and time again in the Division Series.

When Do Athletics Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Playoff tickets for the Oakland Athletics usually go on sale at or near the point where the team qualifies for a spot on the postseason. There is no way to know when exactly that will happen each season, but it usually takes place in September. If the A’s are playing really well, it could happen in August, or in early October if things really come down to the wire.

How Much Do Athletics Playoff Tickets Cost?

A’s playoff tickets cost $94 on average. But keep in mind that the cost of Athletics postseason tickets can fluctuate based on what round of the playoffs the team is in and where the seats you are interested in are located. As one would expect, seats closer to the field and for the later rounds of the playoffs are usually most expensive.