Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
aka Network Associates Coliseum; McAfee Coliseum; UMAX Coliseum; Overstock.com Coliseum; RingCentral Coliseum; Oakland Coliseum

1968 - Present

Oakland, CA
Historic Aerials
What Was There

Team Years Games
Athletics
(1968 - 2021)
4253
First Game
4/17/1968: Orioles (4) vs. A's (1)
Umpires:
Managers:
Starting Pitchers: Lew Krausse (OAK) vs Dave McNally (BAL)
First Pitch:
Attendance: 50,164
Time of Game:
Trivia
Catfish Hunter threw the first no-hitter at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in the 11th game ever played there, marking the shortest amount of time between a park's first game and its first no-hitter. Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum has hosted three no-hitters in which more than one pitcher contributed, including two in which four pitchers contributed. Turner Field in Atlanta is the only other active park that has hosted a no-hitter in which four pitchers contributed, and only Turner Field, Fenway Park, and Angel Stadium of Anaheim have hosted other no-hitters in which multiple pitchers contributed.


Batting Event First Last
First Batter Curt Blefary (BAL)
Hit Boog Powell (BAL) - Homered (2nd) -
Run Scored Boog Powell (BAL)
Run Batted In Boog Powell (BAL)
Single
Double
Triple
Home Run Boog Powell (BAL) vs. Lew Krausse (OAK) on 4/17/1968 (2nd inning)
Grand Slam Sal Bando (OAK) vs. George Brunet (CAL) on 4/16/1969 (5th inning)
IPHR Reggie Jackson (OAK) vs. Jim McGlothlin (CAL) on 6/2/1968 (4th inning)
Stolen Base
Sacrifice Hit
Sacrifice Fly
Cycle
Pitching Event First Last
Win Dave McNally (BAL)
Loss Lew Krausse (OAK)
Strikeout Dave McNally (BAL)/Reggie Jackson (OAK)
Shutout
Save
Hit by Pitch
Wild Pitch
Balk
No-Hitter Catfish Hunter (OAK) vs. Twins on 5/8/1968