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The Oakland Athletics are perhaps the most overlooked team in all of Major League Baseball going into any given season. The squad did amazing things throughout the 1970s, and they gave birth to the long ball era in the late-80s thanks to perennial sluggers José Canseco and Mark McGwire. Tony LaRussa was the coach back then, during a much simpler time when putting the ball over the fence was what mattered the most.

Oakland A's tickets are always popular among East Bay residents who have turned the region into one of the most popular California cities in recent years. There are big plans on the horizon for the Athletics franchise and possible new stadium developments. But for now, they play their home games in a stadium that is one of the biggest in all of professional baseball. Because it is also built to host the Oakland Raiders of the NFL, it has nearly an acre of foul territory.

This means that balls nicked off the top side of bats are still in play for several seconds, when the same swing would often result in an immediate foul ball for a fan in every other ballpark. There's really no way to use that geometric irregularity to one's advantage, but Oakland has put together a team that can put the ball into the stands on a regular basis. A's tickets will put fans in the middle of the action.  

Shortstop Marcus Semien is handy with the glove, possesses a strong arm, and has a quick and powerful bat that has allowed him to use home plate at the Coliseum as a launching pad. His 2017 year was stunted by injury, but he is off to a solid start in 2018, and could have a major impact on the squad.

Khris Davis is another player who can do big things on any given night. After three years in Milwaukee, he became an Oakland Athletic in 2016. He homered 42 times that year while knocking in 102, and he homered 43 times last year while knocking in 110. If the trend continues, he will hit 44 home runs this year and knock in 118. Whatever happens, the 82 home games throughout the course of the Oakland A's schedule are going to be highly entertaining.