Category Archives: Sports

Trevor Cahill’s Ten Strikeouts

I awoke and watched CBS Sunday Morning.  One of the segments was about Jimmy Kimmel.  I took the buses out to the Fruitvale BART station on my way to the Coliseum.  They handed out packs of baseball cards at the … Continue reading

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Edwin Jackson’s Stellar Pitching

I had a few hours of work to finish before I headed for the Coliseum and the game between the A’s and Tigers. At the tent sale in the parking lot, I bought a baseball and a collection of patches. … Continue reading

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Ramon’s Laureano’s Huge Assist and First Major League Hit for a Walk-Off Win in the 13th Inning

I took the BART train over to the Coliseum. When the gate opened, I headed to my seat to watch the A’s batting practice. The usher came over to me and handed me some gate notes. I went over to … Continue reading

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Jonathan Lucroy’s 4 RBI

I got up and did some writing on my computer and took a shower.  I didn’t have breakfast.  I headed out to the BART station and made my way to the Coliseum.  I made my way to the season ticket … Continue reading

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Trevor Cahill’s Six Innings and Khris Davis’ 29th Home Run

I took the shuttle bus from the shopping mall in Emeryville to the MacArthur BART station, and I took a train over to the Coliseum.  If I’d known that the gates wouldn’t open for another forty minutes, I would have … Continue reading

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Edwin Jackson’s 100th Win

At work, I asked one of the women what “Eighth Grade” was like. Someone sang along to “After the Love Has Gone” on the radio and asked me not to laugh at her singing. After work, I hurried to catch … Continue reading

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Matt Chapman’s Tenth-Inning Walk-Off Single

I awoke and watched CBS Sunday Morning, which had segments on The Go-Go’s and Billy Joel. My parents spoke to me briefly on the phone. I headed over to the BART station and took the train to the Coliseum. I … Continue reading

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