Category Archives: Sports

Stephen Piscotty’s 2 HR and 5 RBI

I woke up and watched CBS Sunday Morning. One of the features was about Twiggy. I took the buses out to the Fruitvale BART station, and then I took a train to the Coliseum. I sat in my sleep and … Continue reading

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Khris Davis’ 40th Home Run in a Comeback That Fell Short

I turned on the television, and John McCain’s funeral was happening.  I left for work.  I had a talk about the state of education and how college students are unprepared for study.  After I was done with everything, I took … Continue reading

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Blake Treinen’s 34th Save

I took the bus to the MacArthur BART station and made my way to the Coliseum. It was a night when concessions were half-price, and so I bought a beef and lamb sandwich and the helmet nacho that I would … Continue reading

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Matt Chapman’s Big Error

I went to the Coliseum to the game with the A’s and the Mariners.  When I had looked up the game information on the Internet earlier, the A’s starting pitcher was TBA, so I was surprised to see Frankie Montas … Continue reading

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Chris Warren’s Touchdown Run

I had a tiring day of work.  There was so much to catch up on.  I returned home to take a nap, and then I went into the record store, where I bought a CD of Beatles alternate takes and … Continue reading

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Edwin Jackson’s Struggles

I went out to the office to leave one of my textbooks on a shelf, and then I went to the BART station and made my way to the Coliseum. The season ticket holders had already entered, and I made … Continue reading

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Brett Anderson’s Seven Scoreless Innings and Khris Davis’ Patented Opposite Field Shot

I taught my first classes of the semester, and they didn’t go too badly. I got on the BART train over to the Coliseum. There were long lines for tacos, so that was something that I skipped. I was a … Continue reading

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