Category Archives: Sports

Sean Manaea’s Sole Blame

I went out to do some grocery shopping, and I browsed through the record stores before I headed over to the BART station to take a train to the Coliseum. The train at one o’clock was empty. When I got … Continue reading

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Arizona State 24, California 17

I watched the first Partridge Family episode again. I saw that the license plate on the bus kept changing colors. It looked like Tracy had a scratch on her nose. I thought about why Debbie, who was a better drummer … Continue reading

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Tanner Roark’s Early Struggles

I woke up and took a shower. My parents phoned me. I watched CBS Sunday Morning, which had segments on Renée Zellweger and Mark Knopfler. I walked over to the BART station and took the train to the Coliseum. There … Continue reading

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Marcus Semien’s Big Night

The Today Show mentioned the Earth, Wind and Fire song “September,” with the lyrics “Do you remember the twenty-first night of September?” After I was done with work, I took the 80 bus to the BART station, and I headed … Continue reading

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Mike Fiers’ Rebound

As I made my way from Emeryville to the Coliseum, I saw people returning home from the global warming rally. I got to the Fruitvale BART station and headed to the stadium. I arrived early and took a seat on … Continue reading

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Mark Canha’s T-Shirt Day Walk-Off Double

It was still raining lightly when I left for the Coliseum. A lot of students were on their way to the A’s game on a field trip, and they didn’t seem ready for college. I made it to the season … Continue reading

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Matt Olson’s Massive 450-Foot Jack

I took the Emeryville shuttle bus to the MacArthur BART station, and from there I went as quickly as I could to the Coliseum. It was about 3:30 when I go to the station, and I got to the season … Continue reading

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