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May 30th, 2008

It’s always a lot more fun to be on the other side of games like this, but hey, it’s going to happen. I was expecting to cap off the homestand with a win but got a yucky one-sided game instead. At least I was at work and didn’t watch it on MLB.tv. Actually, I take […]

As Advertised

May 29th, 2008

Well we’d figure it’d be a low-scoring game with Rich Harden and Roy Halladay squaring off and it was. Unfortunately for the A’s, at least. Harden gave the A’s a chance to win, but sometimes you’re going to lose these games. Though the A’s potentially lost more than the game last night as it looks […]

The Streaking A’s

May 28th, 2008

What a difference a week makes – going into the Red Sox series, I was feeling like I’d be OK if the A’s could just get one game. After all, they¬† hadn’t won a series since the beginning of the month and the A’s were on a 3-9 stretch. Fast forward to today, and the […]

Sweeping Up the Champs

May 26th, 2008

I just thought of something – if Emil Brown hadn’t made that baserunning blunder on Opening Morning, the A’s would be 5-2 against the Red Sox this year. Just kidding, Emil. I do love you.

One-Hit Magic

May 25th, 2008

Of course it happened last night as it always does. I was watching the game from the start, and my husband came in the room as the seventh inning was starting. “The A’s are winning,” I told him. “The Red Sox have ZERO in the hit column.” “Pefect game!” he said. “No, he hit a […]

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