Supposedly, there were 9,193 fans at the Coliseum on Monday afternoon when the A’s played the Rangers. As part of the estimated 3,333 real fans in stands that day, we can assure you the official 9K figure was false.
Gotta love that paid attendance.
Here’s a look at the afternoon leading up to Godzilla’s walkoff on the first pitch of the 10th inning, comic style.
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It’s too bad he was a year late, but at least Tyson Ross was born on April 22 like Marshawn. For those who don’t know, eBm is proud to sponsor both of their stat-reference pages.
T-Ross was on his game (7 1P, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K) Wednesday night in Anaheim, getting the no-decision in the 10-inning 3-2 win.
In today’s notebook, we discuss why T-Ross might end up being the second-best pitcher in his family, Tye Waller’s acrobatic skills, and the Understocked.com Coliseum.