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And Then That Happened.

July 31st, 2014

When I first saw the news on Twitter that the A’s had acquired Jon Lester and Jonny Gomes from the Red Sox for Yoenis Cespedes, I thought it was a joke. Certainly the A’s wouldn’t trade away Cespedes in the middle of a pennant race, even for an ace like Lester. But then it was […]

The A’s at the Break

July 19th, 2013

First place at the All Star break certainly feels strange. The last time the A’s had this good of a record at this point in the season was 1990, and we know how far that team went (and should have gone). Last year at this point, the A’s were still under .500. There are many […]

Two Games of “Almost”

October 7th, 2012

Brandon Moss almost hit a game-tying home run in Game 1. Coco Crisp almost beat the throw to the plate in Game 2. He also almost caught that shallow popup. And Cliff Pennington almost hit a game-tying home run in the 9th. Almost. But almost doesn’t cut it. Welcome back to postseason baseball, A’s. The […]

I watched just about every minute of every game of the A’s road trip through Toronto and Baltimore, thanks to optimal start times and no extra inning marathons. Winning all the time sure is nice, but a 4-2 road trip is never something to complain about. Overall I feel good with the way the weekend […]

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