Author Archives: chrisdeeohi

Shadow of a Doubt

I usually watch a Partridge Family episode on Friday to remind me of my childhood, but I was busy with A’s games during the weekend, so I saw “This Male Chauvinist Piggy Went to Market.” I thought that the grease … Continue reading

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Trevor Cahill’s Ineffectiveness

I awoke and watched CBS Sunday Morning.  One segment was about the return of “Murphy Brown.”  I liked the feature on Leonard Bernstein.  I felt for the Coliseum early because there was an event for A’s season ticket holders.  I … Continue reading

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Stephen Piscotty’s Run on a Walk-Off Wild Pitch

I walked out of the theatre over to the BART station and took a train out to the Coliseum.  I reached the stadium just after 3:30 and got through the season ticket holder line and went to my seat.  I … Continue reading

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Kusama: Infinity

I went over to the theatre and saw “Kusama: Infinity,” the documentary about Yayoi Kusama.  She has become a popular artist, but she did struggle to become accepted.  Her creations show a lot of polka dots, or they are rooms … Continue reading

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Khris Davis’ Bookend Home Run for a Walk-Off Win

After work, I took the bus over to the Rockridge BART station and made my way to the Coliseum.  I got there early and was one of the first people in the season ticket holder line.  I stood there listening … Continue reading

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Marcus Semien’s 5 RBI

I took BART over to the Coliseum.  I watched the A’s pitchers on the field doing their game preparations.  I went to the food trucks and bought sliders.  I saw Ken Korach going to the Capelo’s Barbecue truck.  I bought … Continue reading

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Stephen Piscotty’s 5 RBI

I finished grading papers and stopped at home for a few minutes before catching the buses out to the Fruitvale BART station. I made my way to the Coliseum just before the doors opened for season ticket holders. The A’s … Continue reading

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