There Are No “A’s” In Identity

The Oakland A’s are have departed far away form their glory day’s of fielding a competitive team, capable of taking on powerhouse ball clubs in a David vs. Goliath like fashion. Once upon a time, you could put these green and gold underdogs on the field with any major league contender and expect to see a good fight, with a realistic possibility of an upset.  I remember as a kid my uncle would take my cousins (shout out to Delvin and Shan) … [Read more...]

Brickhouse CC Sabathia Pays It Forward

New York Yankees Pitcher and Vallejo High School Alumnus CC Sabathia attended a ceremony on Friday January 27,2012 for the dedication of a renovated baseball field named after him. The field was named "CC Sabathia Field at Patterson Park and is located on the campus of Vallejo High School. Sabathia's alma mater and where he helped lead the Apaches to the section championship game in 1998 CC Sabathia believes in giving back to his community and … [Read more...]

Tony Larussa Says Goodbye To The Game Of Baseball

    Monday morning,  days after winning  the World Series title for the third time during his management career Tony La Russa, 67, announced that he was retiring. Apparently La Russa made this decision in August and informed General Manager John Mozeliak of his decision. This news was made public during a news conference after a parade celebrating the teams 11th title victory. The American favorite pass time game of  … [Read more...]


The Championship San Francisco Giants are finding themselves in undesired position. Having lost 12 of their last 19 games the possibility of winning the NL West is slipping right through their gloves, but according to Andrew Baggarly help could may be on the way. The Closer, Brian Wilson is recovering well, well enough to the extent that he may play Thursdays game. Brian Wilson injured his elbow August 15th against the Atlanta Braves. The … [Read more...]

Not In Our House….Said The Giants!!

"Ryan Vogelsong" pitched to perfection tonight. He won his career-best sixth straight decision. He struck out seven batters and allowed only three walks in his six innings.The right-hand pitcher has lost only one game in 18 starts of this season, which has moved his ranks up in the best pitchers. Vogelsong was a intricate factor in ending the Giants 5 game losing streak in which they were outscored by 31-8. Of course he didn't stand alone … [Read more...]

Giants Defeated By The Diamondbacks In Game 2

With first place up for grabs the San Francisco Giants started the game off with their ACE pitcher Tim Linecum against the Dbacks. The first scoring run did'nt come until the bottom of the 4th when Jeff Keppinger hit a single bringing Carlos Beltran up to bat to also hit a single sending Keppinger to advance to 2nd base. The power hitter Pablo Sandoval hit a double  resulting to Beltran advancing to 3rd and Keppinger scoring.  Bottom of the … [Read more...]

Lufkin Texas Represents!!

    While I was working one evening my daughter Emani called out for me to come into the living quarters where she was watching television. She excitedly exclaimed "Mom did you know Brandon Belt is from LUFKIN?" I replied you're kidding me right?  And sure enough, Emani who's a San Francisco Giants fan was watching  "The Franchise " in which they were interviewing the Lufkin Texas lefty Brandon Belt. At that very moment an … [Read more...]

Oakland Athletics Honors MC Hammer

  Sunday July 17th the Oakland A's take on LA Angels at the coliseum and prior to the game 15000 fans will received MC Hammer bobble heads as apart of the 80's weekend celebration. This will reportedly make the A’s the first Major League Baseball team to use a rapper as bobblehead fodder. MC Hammer was the Athletics clubhouse assistant for his home team for  7 years (1973-1980) and will be honored by throwing the first pitch of … [Read more...]

Take Me Out To The Ball Game!!!! The Giants 2011 Schedule

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Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth…

Okay now this is just crazy! Really?!? Have we really sunken this low? Anytime testicular shrinkage can receive or eclipse the same amount of coverage as politically charged, revolutionary changing events, something is wrong. All this time I thought Barry was receiving an apocalyptic amount of controversy and attention due to his batting skill and apparently it’s his balls. Okay, maybe that was in a bit of poor taste. However, what I am … [Read more...]