When do A's start unloading players like Sonny Gray and perhaps Reddick for a "future" that never comes?
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Click here to read my story on Jed Lowrie The full text runs below: LOWELL COHN THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | April 5, 2016, 6:05PM OAKLAND Just the other day, I wrote a column about baseball “explainers,” players who explain the game to fans and media. I focused on the Giants [...]
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Here is a link to my Friday column. The full text runs below: As local big-league baseball games dwindle to a precious few, it’s time to pay homage to the people who made a difference. Who really made a difference in this year’s baseball picture. I am not talking Madison [...]
Here is a link to my Friday column about the A's. The full text runs below: Most people around here accept the A’s big lie. Routinely accept it. Like it’s gospel. Like it’s remotely true. The A’s big lie goes like this: “We are a small-market team. We can’t afford [...]
Here is a link to my column about the Rangers' 10-1 win over the A's. The full text runs below: OAKLAND — In a sense, Thursday’s game didn’t matter to the A’s, didn’t matter when the Texas Rangers slaughtered them 10-1. The game was over after four innings — Texas [...]
My apologies. The A's do have balls, strikes and outs on the big board. I simply could not find the location. My fault entirely.
The A's new scoreboard is handsome. I guess it's state of the art. But it's not state of baseball. The batter's count and number of outs do not appear on the big scoreboard. Very bad. They appear somewhere else, on the ribbon board above the lower deck. To attend an [...]
Here is the link to my column about the A's home opener. The full text runs below: OAKLAND — The old Coliseum started coming alive at 3 p.m. The grounds crew was watering the infield before batting practice, and A’s radio announcer Vince Cotroneo was sitting in the dugout saying, [...]