It was a busy week for the A’s, who saw Stephen Piscotty return to the lineup, and Dustin Fowler make his major league batting debut against the very team that traded him. Scroll to check out the week what was in A’s Twitter.
The beauty of baseball:
You gotta love baseball, Stephen Piscotty gets a touching standing ovation after his first AB since his mother passed away pic.twitter.com/UpETfMhlYI— Kent (@RealKentMurphy) May 9, 2018
The beauty of baseball, part 2:
How many times has this ever happened?— Brodie Brazil (@BrodieNBCS) May 12, 2018
Dustin Fowler's first MLB hit comes off the guy he was traded for. We've got researchers on it - but this could definitely be a first.#RootedInOakland pic.twitter.com/8U1CWp66Bq
In case you need reminding:
Khris Davis is a goddamn gift.— Thischarmingham (@Thischarminham) May 12, 2018
This is ... extremely accurate, unfortunately.
Stare at Frank’s smile and watch all your troubles melt away.
So proud of my daughter Sydney on graduating from The University of Wisconsin-Madison today! Can’t wait to see all the amazing things you do in the future. Love you! pic.twitter.com/OCkuwgUU2N— Frank Thomas (@TheBigHurt_35) May 13, 2018
It was a conflicted night.
*am dreading— Joe Serrato (@joeserrato) May 10, 2018
**will be disproportionately sad about
Highly recommend the @SmilingBirdLogo account if you’re yet to follow.
Only time will tell which Harvey will prevail.
Good work, guys.
The A’s win in the Bronx!!!— UK Oakland Athletics (@OaklandAUK) May 12, 2018
For anyone unsure, here’s our new Sean Manaea song! pic.twitter.com/PM2uI1Yziq
Most of A’s Twitter for the past two days summed up in one tweet:
Is this what happens when reviews happen in ny? #oaklandathletics #mlb we love the Yankees but that was not conclusive enough to overturn the call on the field. If anything screen grabs and replays lean toward the call on the field #athletics # pic.twitter.com/Lo3rxOw3hK— The FitNest (@thefitnest1) May 12, 2018
Major props to the Yankees, as well as Jon Lester and Yu Darvish, who each personally donated $10,000.