Category Archives: Sports

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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Lou Trivino’s Grand Slam Pitch to a .120 Hitter

I got through a day of classes and rushed over to the Coliseum.  The A’s had Monday off and were playing their last six home games of the season at the Coliseum, at least for the regular season.  The usher … Continue reading

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California 45, Idaho State 23

It took most of the first quarter before either team score.  It was a 5 yard-run by Marcel Dancey that gave the Bears their first touchdown of the afternoon with 1:41 left in the first quarter.  The second touchdown came … Continue reading

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Derek Carr’s Three Interceptions

I arrived at the stadium at about 6:50 and weaved my way through the crowd to get to the gate near my seat.  The line seemed to move quite slowly even though I was in the express line.  I got … Continue reading

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Franklin Barreto’s Spark

I watched CBS Sunday Morning.  One of the segments was about Burt Reynolds.  My parents phoned me.  I headed to the Coliseum early.  The food trucks were going to be set up in the parking lot, but I wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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