Monthly Archives: May 2015

Jesse Hahn’s Two-Run Mistake

I awoke and watched CBS This Morning. Chef Sylvain Delpique brought his signature dishes: Four story hills duck breast with carrot-fennell puree and cherry gastrique, lobster gratinée, heirloom tomato and spring Vegetables, pommes soufflé, New York cheesecake with passion fruit … Continue reading

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Sonny Gray’s 1.82 ERA

I went out to the office and worked on grades. I went to a meeting, and I was glad that they had some food there. I tried to buy Warriors tickets, but the website was swamped. For a few brief … Continue reading

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Brett Lawrie’s Game-Tying Home Run

I went out to the office to work on grades. I listened to a Paul Simon CD. I looked at my latest financial information before going out grocery shopping. I returned home and watched the NUMB3RS episode “Primacy” and the … Continue reading

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Being Human

I thought I would get a phone call about one of my accounts, but it didn’t happen. I took BART out to the Coliseum and found myself in the middle of a group of kids. I didn’t have the time … Continue reading

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Jesse Chavez’s One Unearned Run

I kept seeing Stephen Curry’s fall onto the court in Houston on the morning news. I went over to the office and prepared to grade a batch of final exams. I brought along a sandwich for lunch. It took me … Continue reading

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Jesse Hahn’s Four-Hit Shutout

I saw that Michelle Griego was absent from the KPIX Morning News, and Maria Medina was in her seat for the holiday. I went over to the coffee shop for hot chocolate, and I checked my messages. I went out … Continue reading

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The Bible: In the Beginning…

I watched CBS Sunday Morning, but I couldn’t enjoy the segment on U2 because my parents phoned me to talk about money concerns, although it wasn’t about lacking money. I checked the Best Buy ad and thought about paying a … Continue reading

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