WOW. Are there any words to describe last night's game, the best baseball game I have ever watched? I won't even try.
Even as some fans gave up (wtf people?), the players had that magical feeling.
"You can kind of feel it," Cook said. "You just feel it boil and fester inside, and you hope and pray that it all unfolds the way you want it to, you know?"
I do know. It's magic. Oakland magic.
"I guess to say the 'Oakland magic,' our mentality is juts that, you know...I don't really know how to describe the 'magic' word," Crisp said. "But when you go out there and give it your all, more times than not, good results will happen."
How can you not be confident in this team with so many absolutely clutch performances? The A's are never out of the ballgame.
"We expect to come through in the clutch, no matter who it is on this team," Donaldson said. "On any given night, it could be anybody. You get confidence from having success in those situations, and obviously we've had a lot of success there, and we're going to keep grinding and we're going to keep battling."
So here we are, game 5. I will be an absolute nervous wreck tonight, as I'm sure you guys will be too. We need the crowd to continue to bring everything they have, and hopefully our boys can get it done!
LET'S GO OAK-LAND! Beat Detroit