We have been watching baseball now for a week. The Giants started their season on the road, playing the Arizona Diamondbacks. They then continued their road trip to San Diego to face the Padres.
Tody day though we have finally reached the day that might be as highly anticipted as opening day, the game opener back at AT&T. The park in full swing, the smells, the views, and a sea of black and orange. What could be better? Spending the afernoon watchin the Giants play the Colorado Rockies.
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The day that we have all been waiting for has finally arrived – Opening Day of Baseball!
The A’s are hosting the Rangers at home, with a 7:05pm start. The Athletics RH Sonny Gray will be facing off against the Rangers RH Yovani Gallardo. There are plenty of new players on the A’s this year, so check out the Oakland A’s 2015 Opening Day Roster here.
The Giants are starting off in Arizona facing the Diamondbacks at 7:10pm. Their roster is heavy on the pitchers, 13 pitchers to be exact. Considering they are on the road for 14 days straight. Vogelsong will pitch game 2 and Peavy will be pushed back a few days to allow his arm some more rest, but is reported appear in the San Diego series. Go here to see the Giants 2015 Opening Day Roster.
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- Sonny Gray (RHP)
- Jesse Hahn (RHP)
- Scott Kazmir (LHP)
- Kendall Graveman (RHP)
- Drew Pomeranz (LHP)
- Tyler Clippard (closer), Dan Otereo (RHP), Eric O’Flaherty (LHP), Fernando Abad (LHP),RJ Alvarez (RHP), Evan Scribner (RHP), Jesse Chavez (RHP)
- Catchers: Stephen Vogt (LHB), Josh Phegley (RHB)
- IF/OF: Mark Canha, Ike Davis, Ben Zobrist, Tyler Ladendorf
- IF Brett Lawrie (3B), Marcus Semien (2B), Eric Sogard (Utility)
- OF – Billy Burns, Sam Fuld, Craig Gentry
- DH Billy Buter
Barry Zito will report to AAA Nashville and sounded excited about it. Zito made the following comments to SFGate.
“I didn’t stay in shape for a year and go all in to go rush and sit at home,” Zito said. “A lot of retired guys I’ve talked to regretted that they didn’t keep going. … Go to a brand-new park in Nashville, good music town, take my wife and kid and just have fun with it.”
Many notable A’s will start the year on the disabled list. This includes Coco Crisp, Sean Doolittle, Nate Frieman, Josh Reddick, Jarrod Parker, and AJ. Griffin.cialis cost in usa
The Exhibition Season is concluding with a bright and sunny East Bay day. Tim Hudson, formerly of the “A’s Big 3”, will pitch for the Giants and Brett Pomerantz will start for the A’s. More excitingly for Bay Area baseball fans, A’s Manager Bob Melvin has indicated that Zito will get an inning of relief and pitch against the Giants.
A’s and Giants fans alike will enjoy Zito in this game. Zito played a special role in the Giants’ 2nd World Series, winning and starting a crucial Game 7 and was a fan favorite while with the A’s, while leading them to the ALCS and winning a Cy Young. Zito is not likely to make the A’s roster and it is unknown whether he will accept an assignment to AAA. Interest around the league for Zito is unknown. It is thought that Billy Beane would let Barry leave the A’s to pursue any such opportunity.
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It isn’t just the Giants who will be missing their key cog outfielder, but now Oakland Athetlic, Coco Crisp will miss 6 to 8 weeks as he will require elbow surgery. The A’s will also be missing Outfielder Josh Reddick but he is supposed to return in less than 2 weeks.buy cialis online legally
Today’s A’s Notes for April 1st:
- A’s Reliever Sean Doolittle and his Girlfriend have pledged to buy any unwanted tickets for the first A’s LGBT or Pride night. In a funny letter written to season ticket holders that is available, here. Doolittle offers to purchase unwanted tickets and calls on others to join his quest and fill the stadium.
- Through SFGate’s Susan Slusser, Bob Melvin says Crisp felt some issues with his right elbow in a minor league camp game Slusser hinted that he sounds like a DL candidate to open the season.
- The Let Zito Pitch campaign took a serious hit yesterday, actually 3 bombs. He gave up three homers and four runs in the third inning and seven runs overall in four innings. Zito was always a long shot to make the roster simply based on the A’s pitching talent. While he had a 13 scoreless innings prior to yesterday, many of the games were against B squads or minor league squads. SFGate considers it a certainty and in an article discussing his outing said “Zito, who will not be on Oakland’s Opening Night roster.”
Bob Melvin commented on Zito’s outing:“He basically had one bad inning, and a pretty good spring,” manager Bob Melvin said. “He’s been terrific. You have to look at the entire body of work, not just one inning.”
Zito will travel with the team North for the Bay Bridge Series this weekend against the Giants, but beyond that his status is unknown.
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