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One More

October 8th, 2013

Well once the A’s got past Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander, things got easier for the A’s offense. I know Anibal Sanchez led the American League in ERA this year, but they A’s haven’t had much trouble with him in the past – at least this season – and a lot of the team’s lefty […]

It seems like I only¬† write a blog post after a ridiculously long extra inning game. But how could I not? Yesterday’s 18-inning win over the Yankees completed a series sweep and was probably the biggest win of the year, in a year when there will hopefully be many, many more big wins. Thank goodness […]

Really. We’ve used them a lot this season: Magical, unbelievable, amazing, improbable. Last night’s win was all of those things, and then some. I really don’t know what to call it. All I do know though is the A’s will play another baseball game tonight after what transpired in the bottom of the 9th inning […]

A New Era Begins

August 3rd, 2012

When the A’s did nothing at the trade deadline, I knew there was still a chance that some waiver trades could be made in August, but one man I thought was staying put at least for the rest of this season was Kurt Suzuki, the team’s longest-tenured player. It seemed that they picked up George […]

10-10

April 25th, 2012

What a great day to decide to watch an A’s game in its entirety. Late start times and bad timing meant I hadn’t watched a full A’s game in over a week, but I was able to catch all 14 innings of today’s crazy game with the White Sox. Of course, being that it was […]

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