I enjoyed reading this article, it brought back memories from the 2000 & 2002 runs. Tim Hudson is a lot stronger Hall of Fame candidate than people realize. It’s a bummer the ballot is still so crowded though. I’d vote for Huddy in a heartbeat
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Shooty Babitt's Wikipedia page is full of inaccuracies but the most interesting (clever?) thing in it is a line about him starring in the animated feature Who Framed Shooty Babitt. The reference link literally goes to the IMDb page for Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
State of the A's address with Billy Beane and David Forst. Hosted by Chris Townsend.
Oakland native and lifelong A's fan Matt Vasgersian is taking over play-by-play duties for Angels broadcasts this year on Bally Sports West. A missed opportunity for the Athletics?
Came across this article which compares Tim Hudson to Mark Buehrle, Mike Mussina, CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte & few others in a variety of categories. I’ll be interested to see how Huddy does in Hall of Fame voting. I doubt he’ll come close to election on the first ballot but I think he belongs in the Hall.
My younger son and I are ready.
Ramon 6 game suspension. Cintron 20 game suspension. Also, this quote: Laureano said, catcher Dustin Garneau, who tackled Laureano before he reached Cintron, "was protecting me 100% the whole time. I really feel the respect. He's one of the best teammates I've ever had. He protected me. We were down on the pile. He said to me, 'You good?' I said, 'Thank you, thank you.' He said, 'Don't worry.' "
As a fun activity to pass the time while waiting for real baseball to return, my daughter and I performed Casey at the Bat. Hopefully it'll brighten your day a little!
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