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That 19-Inning Game

May 3rd, 2013

Well I’m a bit belated on talking about that 19-inning game that the A’s played four days ago, but I was belated on watching the game itself. This season I have been watching west coast night games the next day. I have my MLB.tv At Bat app set to “hide scores” so I won’t see […]

6-0 and 6-4

April 19th, 2013

Sixteen games into the season now, the A’s are 12-4 and have the best record in the American League and are second only to the Braves in all of baseball. To be fair and realistic about it though, you have to look at two different records – versus Astros and versus non-Astros. The A’s just […]

And So It Ends

October 12th, 2012

Thank you, Justin Verlander, for making it quick and somewhat painless. There was no heartbreaking moment at the end of this one. This was not a one-run game with a gut-wrenching foul popout with a runner on second or a called third strike with the bases loaded. This was just Verlander pitching like what he […]

We’re In!

October 2nd, 2012

It’s been something we’ve been anticipating for a long time now, but now it is official – the 2012 Oakland A’s are a playoff team. After beating the Texas Rangers 4-3 before an enthusiastic crowd in Oakland last night, the A’s accomplished a number of things: – They clinched a postseason berth for the first […]

Last night, I watched a show called “Caught Looking” on the NBC Sports channel. It follows MLB teams behind the scenes as they go through crucial series down the stretch. The episode that was on last night featured the A’s and their series in New York against the Yankees last weekend. This was a very […]

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