Category: Weeks

4/22/12 at the Oakland Coliseum

Ok… I have no clue what its name is. MLB.com says The Coliseum, the A’s are contractly obligated to call it the O.co Coliseum on broadcasts and real A’s fans call it the Oakland Coliseum. Unless it officially changes, I will be calling it the Oakland Coliseum.

So today was a special day. Not only was today Earth Day, but it was also Little League Day. My school district was also doing a fundraiser where you would buy tickets through the schools and money goes back to support the athletic programs in the district. Its a great cause.

So everyone in the district sits together and my seat was section 126, row 35, seat 2. I was planning  on getting tickets for other games. I will get to that later.

We left Livermore at about 9:45 and arrived at the Coliseum around 10:15. We got out and went to the Box Office to buy tickets for May 11th against the Tigers, June 20th against the Dodgers, August 5th against the Blue Jays, and September 2nd against the Red Sox. After that, we went to the Livermore tailgate and I got a little food and played catch with my sister then headed into the Coliseum around 11:10.

I headed over to the Indians bullpen because Ubaldo Jimenez and soe other pitchers were playing catch. I asked Ubaldo for a ball and he said when he as done, he would. Then, the Little League parade started and the players were told not to throw balls into the crowd. So much for that ball.

After that, I walked around the stadium for a half hour or so looking for loose balls. I then headed over to the seat, which I purchased a ticket for right before the game. It was in section 127 (between the bullpen and tarp), first row aisle seat.

After this, my dad and I walked up to the bleachers to get a picture. We got a picture of me from the seat that wer calculated to be the farthest from home plate. The Plaza Reserved seats are actually farther, but you can’t access them from the other seats at the Coliseum.

The parade ended around 12:30 and Tyson Ross started to warm up, when he finished, he tossed me the ball!

Shorty after this, the A’s took the field and Braden Sweeney, who I have known for a long time, and is a Junior at Granada High School in Livermore sung the national anthem. He did a FANTASTIC JOB!

Tyson Ross pitched a great game for the A’s, as he got the win

On his birthday!

And for the record, it was INCREDIBLE to see Yoenis Cespedes play in person.

The game was pretty calm for the most part. In the bottom of the 2nd, a foul ball was hit toward the bullpen and the ball boy scooped it up and gave it to the lady behind me. Then, in the bottom of the 4th, Kurt Suzuki came up and hit a the ball off the tarp and it rolled right to me.

I leaned over the railing and grabbed it! My first ever game ball and foul ball, as well as #2 on the day! Here I am right after I caught the ball

After that, the game was very calm. No more foul balls came very near me, but somebody a few rows in front of my parents caught a ball. My parents and sister were sitting with other people from Livermore a section behind me and to my right.

Throughout the game, Jordan Norberto was throwing Starbursts and bubble gum into the crowd. He also gave the lady who got the foul ball a pack of sunflower seeds. He is a great guy.

As for the rest off the game, I didn’t focus on balls, so that some little kids could get them.

After the game, I asked Rick Rodríguez, who signed my ticket before the game for a ball. He obliged and gave me ball #3 on the day.

I headed outside and got a picture with my snags outside the Coliseum. It was a very good day!

BALLHAWKING STATS:
• 3 balls in 2 Major League games this season = 1.5 ball per game.
• 4 ball in 3 baseball games this season = 1.33 balls per game.
• 1 Lifetime Game Ball
• 1 Lifetime Foul Ball
• 3 balls at this game
• 8 Lifetime Major League baseballs
• 9 Lifetime baseballs

Nick Badders is a unofficial reporter for MLB.com. He writes the blog, 7000 Coliseum Way, and you can follow him on Twitter @nickbatters or his blog @7000ColiseumWay. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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2012 Baseball Season

Ok… so I have started to plan out my 2012 baseball schedule and this is what I have at this point.


I am really looking forward to this event, here is what it says at the A’s website:

Date: Sunday, January 29
Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Location: Oracle Arena next to the Coliseum
A’s FanFest features:
-Free autographs
-Free question-and-answer sessions
-Free photos with the four World Series Trophies
-Free clubhouse tours
-Memorabilia sale to benefit the A’s Community Fund
-Free parking

-Current Players, Coaches, and Former Players Expected to Attend:
-Brandon Allen
-Brett Anderson
-Daric Barton
-Jerry Blevins
-Vida Blue
-Dallas Braden
-Adrian Cardenas
-Chris Carter
-Coco Crisp
-Chili Davis
-Joey Devine
-Mike Gallego
-Chip Hale
-Scott Hatteberg
-David Justice
-Brandon McCarthy
-Bob Melvin
-Tom Milone
-Jermaine Mitchell
-Jarrod Parker
-Brad Peacock
-Cliff Pennington
-Anthony Recker
-Josh Reddick
-Rick Rodriguez
-Adam Rosales
-Tyson Ross
-Joe Rudi
-Scott Sizemore
-Seth Smith
-Eric Sogard
-Kurt Suzuki
-Michael Taylor
-Gene Tenace
-Neil Wagner
-Tye Waller
-Jemile Weeks
-Curt Young

Additional players to be announced and added. Appearances are subject to change.

Oh. Yes. This is looking like it is going to be pretty awesome. I will be tweeting live from the event, so follow @7000ColiseumWay or @nickbatters. I will try to tweet from both as much as possible. As you do that, if you have a Facebook, go ahead and LIKE us. All the likes and follows are much appreciated, it proves to my parents that this isnt a complete waste of time and it builds by self esteem up a lot.

And I just found out, but if you go here, there is a map, which will help a lot.

Single-Game Tickets go on sale at 9am and yes, I will be standing in line @ 9am ready to buy some tickets.

Here is how I plan to have the day go, pending my parents’ approval.

I want to leave our house for the Coliseum sometime between 7 and 8 am to get in line for tickets. Once we get there, I plan on us immediately getting in line at the Coliseum Box Office for Tickets. We will probably have to wait in line for a while, but we will be buying tickets to at least one game (I’ll get to that in a sec). Once we have purchased our tickets, we will get in line for FanFest at Oracle Area. Once we enter the Area at 10am, I am going to figure out how things work and try to get as many player autographs and pictures as possible. I also would love to be able to get some family and/or personal photos with the 4 World Series trophies at some point. There are also going to be clubhouse tours that I am looking forward to. I am probably most looking forward to getting to meet all the players we received in trades and free-agent signings this offseason. This looks like it’s going to be some fun.


Now… when it comes to tickets…
Two words… Oh. Boy.

I have had a big conversation with my family about tickets and we have argued a lot. So at this moment, as I am typing this, this is what we have planned…


Sunday, June 24th, 1:05 vs SF Giants
This is one of the only reasons we are showing up early for tickets. My mom really wants to go to a Giants game at the Coliseum, and even though its not ideal in the sense of ballhawking, it still would be lots of fun to go to this game. Given that we are showing up early and the small amount of A’s season ticket holders, I am counting on getting really good seats if we show up early enough.
The reason I want to sit here, If you go to the link is because there is nothing in front of the railing, potentially giving me room to lean over and scoop up a foul ball. Note that the bullpen is to the left, good place for toss ups. In my ideal world, we would get aisle seats in the first row next to the bullpen, on the left side of the section. I am keeping my fingers crossed! It would also be cool to sit anywhere near either dugout, preferably the A’s or next to the umpire tunnel on the 1B side, but either works. Now because the A’s are playing the Giants, tickets are extra, so seats around the dugout are $55. For those of you who don’t go to A’s games, those are the 3rd most expensive seats at the Coliseum. My parents are used to cheap tickets at the Coliseum, so $55 seems like a fortune to them. I’ll be working on that. It also doesn’t help that I am trying to get them to buy me a MacBook for my b-day (April 17th) so I have some work to do.
And for this game, I want to sit in section 127…
Please click here to see the panoramic view of section 127


Wednesday, June 20th, 7:05 vs LA Dodgers
Yeah. I know, I went backwards in time. Wait, you didn’t know I am a magical warlock that can bend time? Whoops, I guess I forgot to mention that…
Anyways, this day happens to be a BART $2 Wednesday. If you don’t know, tickets in the Plaza Reserved and Plaza Outfield for every Wednesday home game are $2. Yesh. But it is also MUG Root Beer Float Day (Sponsored by PEPSI) and this is a fun event every year that the A’s have. They are also playing the Dodgers, and if you remember, I went to a game in July, so I would love to see them play in Oakland too. And I might invite my friend Ryan to this game. He was the one that invited me to the Dodgers game, and I also went ot this game with him.

Now… at this point, it looks like we are only going to buy tickets to those 2 games on Sunday. As you would guess, I would love more, but im not going to complain, because i am very fortunate to even get tickets to one game or to go to FanFest at all.

My family has also committed to going to another game that we can’t buy tickets for on Sunday…


Sunday, April 22th, 1:05 vs Cleveland Indians
For this game, my entire school district is having a fundraiser and we will all get discount tickets, have a tailgate, sit together, and get a special T-Shirt… its also Little League Day, so that to.

I think that’s about it, believe it or not. Remember to follow this blog, follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or comment in the comment section below…

Nick Badders is a unofficial reporter for MLB.com. He writes the blog, 7000 Coliseum Way, and you can follow him on Twitter @nickbatters or his blog @7000ColiseumWay. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

Random Polls 2

Here are the reults from my last 3 polls:
What was my first mile time in PE?
7:27 75% (3 votes) Correct!!!
9:00 0% (0 votes)
6:06 0% (0 votes)
12:35 25% (1 votes)
Total Votes: 4

Who should I get an A’s jersey for?
Brandon Allen 40% (2 votes)
Josh Willingham 20% (1 votes)
Jemile Weeks 20% (1 votes)
Gio Gonzalez 20% (1 votes)
Anthony Recker 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 5

… and what color should the jersey be?
Gold 60% (3 votes)
White 40% (2 votes)
Total Votes: 5

More polls!!!





9/2/11 at O.co Coliseum (And meeting Zack Hample!)

Well, first, of course, as always, I need to thank my dad, because at 3:30, I persuaded him to take me to the A’s game. Well, the main reason that I wanted to go was because Zack Hample was planning on being here. That is pretty cool.

Well, we took BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) to the game and I played a little Brick Breaker on the ride:

Then, we got to Oakland at about 5:20ish and bought 2 bleacher seats and then got in line at the C gate only to see this:

That arrow is pointing to Zack Hample.

Then, the gate opened and he dashed inside. As soon, as my dad and I got inside, we ran to the RF bleachers and found this guy:

Yep, it’s Zack again. He was doing his ballhawking thing. And then my dad got this picture of Zack that I couldn’t help but share:

And yeah, as soon as I got in, I got Josh Lueke to toss me up a ball. Pretty cool. Yeah, one ball! Whooo-hooo!

Did I mention my dad snagged a ball. Yeah, I was talking to a few Matsuiland dudes and some other A’s fans, and then I noticed a ball coming straight for my dad. Thankfully, he saw it. He moved out of the way, and the ball landed right where he had been standing, then it bounced and he caught it. Just barehanded it. That was the first ball he had ever snagged. In his life. Not just this year. But, first ball EVER! Pretty Cool!

Then, Zack and my dad started talking, which led to finding out that my dad’s son Nick(me) was a fan of Zack’s. Zack realized that I was the one and only (drum roll please) NICK! Anyway, that led to this:

and then this:

And of the record, yes the sun was horrible, I had a hard time seeing. Like, a really, really hard time seeing anything. It is a miracle tat I actually ended the day with 2 balls.

We talked it up for a little, I told Zack about my first snag. We talked about his blog and other ballhawking stuff, and he asked me if I had any of his books. Yes, I have Watching Baseball Smarter, and The Baseball (Both of which I highly recommend). And then, we agreed to meet down by the Mariners dugout after the game, where he would sign both the books.

Then, I saw a ball land just beyond the CF wall. That was the 4th one back there. I told him, he went to look, and of course, he had no glove trick stuff, except for his glove of course. No problem, anyways. But, he figured batting practice would be over soon, so he headed over to the Mariners dugout. Right after he left, Josh Lueke threw me my second ball of the day. Well, he threw it 10 feet above my head. I had to chase it, but got my second of the day.

And for the record, Mariners pitchers really love each other

But, after that, I went to go get some food, or something like that. I also tried to get down to the A’s dugout, no luck. But, when I was jogging back, I ran into Zack again, and we talked for a minute. I told him how I got another ball, and he parted ways. I got back just in time for the start of the game, in time to see Michael Taylor make his MLB debut. And make an error on the first play of the game. At least he made a clean throw.

And there were some Japanese ladies sitting the section over and started a “Cute Butt Ichiro” chant. Man, Ichiro was heckled a lot. A lot. A L-O-T: LOT.

But Ichiro and his cute butt can withstand anything.

But first, can someone teach Jemile Weeks how to slide feet first?

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Yes, Jemile Weeks over slid the bad FEET first. Yeah. It sucks. A lot.

And that was about it. I mean for the game. Except for one tiny thing. Just a tiny tiny thing. Watch video of Cliff Pennington’s’ home run, you will see. Everything is clear. If so, stop reading, If not, continue reading this blog. Well, you should keep reading cause I will explain. He made contact, really really good contact. And the ball was coming right for me. I stood up and tried to get out of my seat, but the USHER was standing in the way. And this is where it hurts. The ball landed on the steps ***2*** feet behind me. It sucked. Then, it got worse. The ball bounced up and onto the cross section walkway thing and was grabbed by some stupid hot chocolate vendor and he ran off with it. Literally. he grabbed it and ran away. Last time I checked, stadium employees are not allowed to keep balls, so yeah. Hot chocolate man, If you are out there I hate you. Same with the evil usher that ruined my chances of catching my first HR and game ball. Screw you. You have been cursed. Goodbye.

And if it is not clear in the video, I am look just like I do in the pic. Except for the fact that I don’t want to beat someone up.

And I still am mad to this second. Ugh. But, more importantly, after 8 innings, My dad and I went down to the Mariners dugout, where we watched this

Then, Zack showed up, a minute after the game was over to take a picture with me and a few other people, and sign our copies of his books.

I told him the Cliff Pennington HR story and yeah.

Then his friend Brandon took a few pictures:

That is Brandon with the camera, a girl who had one of Zack’s book on the Left. Zack is in the middle, I am on the right, and another guy that we met at batting practice.

Then, the ushers told us to leave the seats, so we went up to the concourse so that he could sign more books. He signed both of my books and then we talked for a little bit.

(Sorry for the poor pci quality, the lighting sucked)

He said he was going to Oakland Saturday afternoon, San Fran Saturday night, and Oakland again on Sunday. I explained Breast Cancer awareness day and how batting practice might be cut short on Sunday.

Anyway, I thanked him and my dad and I headed to the BART station.

MY BALLHAWKING STATS:

• 5 balls in 8 games this season = 0.62 balls per game.

• 2 balls at this game (both pictured below)

• 5 total balls

MY DAD’S BALLHAWKING STATS:

• 1 ball at this game for my dad ( Pictured below) (And how cool is that smudge?)

• 1 ball in 7 games this season = 0.14 balls per game.

• 1 Lifetime ball

OTHER AWESOME STUFF

• I got to meet Zack Hample and he signed my copies of two of his books:

Watching Baseball Smarter :

The Baseball:

Pretty Cool.

BASEBALLS IN BLACK LIGHT

Finally, Zack has been photographing baseballs in black light to show the invisible ink stamps? Well, one of my two balls had an invisible ink stamp on it:

Can you guess which one?

It is the one on the right:

And as far as my Dad’s ball goes:

Nothing Special, right? Wrong!

There is part of a stamp on the underside. Pretty cool, Huh?

Comment Down there. Yeah. Ther Right down there.

2011 Predictions

Well, yeah, I am predicting. This is what I think the standing will look like com October:

American League
West:
1. Rangers
2. Angels
3. Athletics
4. Mariners

Central:
1. Indians
2. Tigers
3. White Sox
4. Twins
5. Royals

East:
1. Red Sox
2. Yankees*
3. Blue Jays
4. Rays
5. Orioles
* Wild Card

AL MVP: Adrian Gonzalez (BOS)
AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET)
AL ROY: Jemile Weeks (OAK)
AL Manager of the Year: Manny Acta (CLE)

National League
West:
1. Diamondbacks
2. Giants
3. Dodgers
4. Rockies
5. Padres

Central:
1. Brewers
2. Cardinals
3. Pirates
4. Cubs
5. Reds
6. Astros

East:
1. Phillies
2. Braves*
3. Nationals
4. Mets
5. Marlins
*Wild Card

NL MVP: Matt Kemp (LAD)
NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw (LAD)
NL ROY: Craig Kimbrel (ATL)
NL Manager of the Year: Kirk Gibson (AZ)

Playoffs:
ALDS:
In an ALCS rematch, the Rangers will take the series in 5 but the Rangers win due to the lack of a number 2 starter for the Yankees.
And in a 2007 ALCS rematch, the Red Sox will take the series in 4 games due to the stellar offense from the Red Sox.
NLDS:
In an NLCS rematch, the Phillies prove to be too strong for the Giants and take the series in 3 – sweeping the Giants.
And the Brewers continue their hot streak and amazing pitching to overtake the Brewers in 5 games.

ALCS:
The Rangers and Red Sox battle it out in a battle of power, the Red Sox take the series in 7, advancing to the fall classic.
NLCS:
The Pitching-strong Brewers will battle head-to-head with the Phillies, and in a surprise upset, Fielder, Braun, Weeks, and Grienke beat the Phillies in 7 games to advance to the fall classic.

WORLD SERIES!
The Red Sox and Brewers will battle hard, both teams with lots of power, but the Brewers pitching will beat Josh Beckett and the Red Sox in 6 games.

And there you have it, folks. Those are my predictions. Yeah, so, um. At the end of the playoffs, you people can comment on any of my posts and let me know how wrong I got everything.

8/13/11 at O.co Coliseum

Another baseball game with my really, really (did I say really?) awesome family.

Today was Ray Fosse Bobblehead day. Oh Yeah!

Before we could head to Oakland, we had to make a few stops so, we left our house at 9:00 and got to the Coliseum at about 10:50. Ugh. We got our tix and then got in line. it freaking went halfway around the stadium! So, we finally got in at 11:15 or so. When I got in, there was batting practice.

Yes! I gave all my stuff to my mom, except for my glove, pen, string and rubber band (to be explained soon) and ran to the LF bleachers. I just couldn’t believe my luck. This was completely unexpected. Well I got out there and got ready, unfortunately, nobody on the Rangers was hitting dingers to LF, until I ran to RF. Oh boy!

Well, I stood in the aisle, ready for anything, but everything was heading to RF, CF, or the BBQ terrace in LF, just not the LF bleachers.

I knew everybody on the field, and tried my best, but had no luck at all. One guy to my left was sandwiched in the first row and snagged 7 balls. 2 were home runs. And, yeah. And some other little kid could have gotten 9, but we dropped about 7 of them. 2 of those landed on the Out of town scoreboard.

Ready to hear about that pen, string, and rubber band. Here we go.
Well, if you have not hear of Zack Hample, shame on you. He has this awesome “secret weapon” called the glove trick. This is what it says on his blog:

1) The materials. Tie the string to the handle of your glove and keep it tucked away in the palm when you’re not using it. It’s a bit uncomfortable at first, but you’ll get used to it.

2) Hook the band under the flap on the outside of your glove’s pocket. (If there’s no flap, you have two choices: improvise or get a new glove.)

3) Stretch the band over the tip of your glove and prop the glove open with the Sharpie. (Without the Sharpie, the glove won’t stay open. Normal pens don’t work as well because they’re thin and sometimes slip through the spaces between the fingers. When you have everything set up, the space between the band and the tip of the glove needs to be slightly smaller than the ball.)

4) Lower your glove over the ball. (At this point, you’ll be dangling the glove by the string. I’m just holding the glove itself so I could take a decent pic. Anyway, the glove’s weight forces the band to stretch around the ball. But first make sure that the band is not too tight or the ball won’t go in, or too loose or the ball won’t stay in. This takes practice.

5) It’s a delicate operation. Lift the glove slowly so the ball doesn’t fall out. (This is the view from below, complete with the ceiling light in the hallway outside my apartment. Notice how the band has stretched back to hold the ball in place.)

Oh, and don’t tell anyone how the trick works. It’s a secret.

I did all of this, everything, perfectly, having practiced it on the stairs at home, everything. so I was ready and yeah. So i get all set up ready to do it, and these two guys next to me are encouraging me a lot. Everyone else, was telling me no, how I would get ejected, how there were secret camera everywhere, how it is trespassing onto the field, and a little kid like me (i am 13!) doesn’t need any balls when i don’t have any to begin with. (Ouch!) Well, I never did get those two balls. Because I kinda didn’t want to get ejected.

Here is the out of town scoreboard. Its a random pic I found, but the yellow line above all the scores is the line the ball has to pass for it to be a home run. Would lowering my glove down onto that platform be ejection worthy? Let me know in the comments. And for the record, this scoreboard is behind the wall.

Anyway, I decided to come back for those two balls after the game. I mean, I can’t get thrown out after the game, right? I’ll get back to that later. Well, I get back to my seat, and according to my mom and sister, If I had gone to our seats, I could have gotten 3 balls during BP great! Just great!

Well, other than that, the game was boring. The A’s lost 7-1. Jemile Weeks lead off the bottom of the first with a triple.
And yeah, before the game, cause it was rotary appreciation day, Boy Scout Troop 103 presented the colors (flags) and I am now trying to see if my troop can do that. We are pretty awesome.

That aside, I was still determined to get those to balls on the scoreboard. so, after the game, I started to make my way over there, only to see that some lady had *JUMPED* down on top of the scoreboard onto the platform and tossed the two balls back up into the bleachers. That really set me off. And then she needed 4 people to pull her back up. What BS!

Well, let me know what you think in the comments. Yeah. Down there.

7/31/11 at O.Co Coliseum

Like always, thanks to my mom and dad for being willing to take my sister and I to an A’s game on their *anniversery* Pretty awesome. (And yes, they did get to got to dinner after)

Kurt Suzuki Gold Replica Jersey day.

Pretty Hacking awesome. My family showed up at the Coliseum at 11:20 and we immediately got in line because I wanted that jersey. Really bad. Now for the record, any more pictures that I show for the rest of this entry were taken by my dad. He is a good picture taker. (Yes, I know photographer is the term)

So, I did get a Suzuki jersey so, I was happy. Now, when we got to our seats, Rich Harden was warming up, along with Andrew Bailey, Brian Fuentes, and a few others. I was really hoping to get a ball cause, well you know. I want more balls.

Andrew Bailey was throwing

So was Brian Fuentes:

And Andrew again:

All of these people were playing with baseballs. There was no BP today, which sucked. I had to rely on balls from players. I knew all the players faces, and nobody tossed me a ball. Ugh. Then, rich Harden started a bullpen session in the bullpen, so I went over there to try to get a ball

And while he was doing that, Gio and Jerry Blevins were talking in LF

Then, Gio came over to sign autographs

Then, he stopped for a minute and ran over to the LF bleachers. Some guy in the LF bleachers tossed Gio Gonzalez a box of fricking TWINKIES! He just tossed then on to the field, Gio caught them, and took them to the bullpen. After that, I really didn’t know what to say. Well, actually I did. And it goes like this: “Gio! Could I have a ball?” But, no, no ball, after that “Gio can you sign my ticket?” Well that, he did.

Then, I went to go get a program and when I came back, nobody was on the field; the out came Brandon McCarthy in the gold jersey. Yes! He started warming up with Casey Chavez, the A’s bullpen catcher, and Eric Chavez’s brother.

And despite I was the only one in my section who knew they actually were, they ignored me once they were done. No ball for Nick. The, Kurt Suzuki jogged out of the A’s dugout and headed toward the bullpen. He got a round of applause because it was his jersey day. He went to the bullpen to warm up with Brandon.

Then, after that, nothing really happened. No catch on the LF line, nothing, really. But, then the game started. And the first batter of the game, Ben Revere tripled:

Here is a picture that proves that the Jerseys were given out

After that, I really don’t know what so say. I mean, the Twins score three runs. Jim Theme hit his 597th career home run.
That was cool. Then, the A’s scored 7 runs. It started with Jemile weeks beating the throw at first on what should have been a routine groundball out

Then, he scored one of the 6 runs:

After that, the A’s score one more run. Whoo-Hoo!
I throughly enjoyed watching the game (As you can tell)

No seriously. I was having a great time.

Then, Andrew bailey came to close out the game in the top of the ninth, even though it was not a save situation.

Then, the game was over

*Score: A’s 7 – Twins 3
*Autographs: 1- Gio Gonzalez
*Giveaway: 1- Gold Jersey
*Balls: 0 :,,,,,,(
*Overall- Goodday game wise, cool giveaway, I got an autograph,, but 2 games in a a row with no ball…

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