Open Thread: Spring Training - A's at Diamondbacks

The last time Bobby Cramer pitched, I was watching and I have to say that he looked like a substitute teacher, only not quite as effective at control anything. Not that he didn't throw strikes -- in fact his strikes were the problem as they were routinely hit somewhere between 400-500 feet. It was ugly.

Today he tries to resurrect his Shell teaching pitching career, at a point in the spring where he is, to put it mildly, not enjoying the luxury of time.

Remember to stick around for Part II of my interview with Trevor Cahill, which will run at 4:30pm today, or whenever the 3rd HR Cramer allowed last Friday finally lands, whichever comes first.

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