The history of the Athletics baseball franchise is a story of feast or famine. Moving from Philadelphia to Kansas City to Oakland, the A's have alternated between periods of great dominance and prolonged cellar dwelling. Their dynasties of 1901-1915, 1927-1933, 1971-1975 and 1988-1992 rank among baseball's greatest teams with 9 World Series and 15 AL Pennants to their credit. Excluding the recent 2000-2016 "Moneyball" era, the rest of their history is pretty much horrendous, but despite their many lean years, they still rate as one the top five most successful MLB franchises.
The A's most recent dynasty of "Bash Brothers" fame is represented in fine fashion by this official program and full ticket lot of (9) with examples from the 1988, 1989 and 1990 World Series. Highlights are (3) PSA graded full tickets from Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum with: 1988 Game 3 (EX 5), 1989 Game 2 (MINT 9), 1990 Game 4 "Cincinnati Reds series clincher" (EX-MT 6). Also present are: (3) full tickets with: 1988 Game 2 from Dodger Stadium (VG-EX), 1989 Game 4 from Candlestick Park "A's series clincher" (NM-MT), 1990 Game 1 from Riverfront Stadium presents (VG-EX) with deference to reverse side writing; and (3) programs (average EX-MT) with: 1988, 1989, 1990.