Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Oakland A's Punch Ticket To The Postseason

Last night the other bay area baseball team, the one known for the second lowest payroll in the majors ($ 55,372,500), clinched a playoff birth on home turf in front of its blue collar fans.  The team most likely to end the season at the bottom of the AL Division is now vying for the division crown.

Congratulations Oakland A's for proving once again that huge payrolls (a la Dodgers/Yankees) are not the only path to a Championship.  The A's have two regular season games to play against the Texas Rangers in Oaktown that will determine who'll wear the crown.

I've said it all season, the '2012' A's are the scrappiest bunch of bastards to play baseball in Oakland since the 1970's.


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