Category Archives: Sports

Khris Davis’ Electrifying Three-Run Home Run

I watched CBS Sunday Morning, and the segment I enjoyed most was about the Mustang that Steve McQueen drove in “Bullitt.”  My parents phoned me and said that they hadn’t had rain all year.  I waited for the bus and … Continue reading

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Sean Manaea’s No-Hitter

I woke up and didn’t see CBS This Morning on the local television station, so I checked out the website.  Some of Lorena’s signature recipes include Beluga lentils and red quinoa with grilled shrimp, Guacamole, Mariquitas “plantain chips,” Hoppin’ Jose … Continue reading

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Kendall Graveman’s 0-4 Record and 10.07 ERA

I watched the Partridge Family episode “Whatever Happened to Moby Dick?”  I saw photos of the filming of this episode showing David Cassidy and Susan Dey getting rides from motorcycle cops, and Suzanne Crough signing autographs.  I arrived at the … Continue reading

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Matt Olson’s Walk-Off Single in the 14th Inning

I headed early for the Coliseum.  A man on the BART train gave me an A’s card and suggested I use it to buy a new cap.  I headed out to the season ticket holder line and went to the … Continue reading

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Trevor Cahill’s Great 50th Anniversary Game

I finished talking with my class and headed to the BART station to make my way to the Coliseum for the 50th anniversary game.  I didn’t know what to expect with all the people with free tickets descending on the … Continue reading

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Daniel Mengden’s First Win at the Oakland Coliseum

After I was done with work, I hopped on the bus to get to the Ashby BART station.  I rode the train with Warriors fans who were catching a game that would start half an hour after the start of … Continue reading

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New Orleans Pelicans 126, Golden State Warriors 120

I stopped to have a slice of pizza before I took the bus to the Fruitvale BART station, I intended to go to the Coliseum station, but the driver of the train informed us that we wouldn’t be stopping at … Continue reading

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