Sunday in LA
Thanks for your patience while the blog site was reconstructed over the weekend. The Coliseum thing was quite an experience yesterday. Especially walking about two miles through the not so savory part of Los Angeles trying to find a cab because the shuttle buses had lines of oh, about four hours.
Anyway, it was unique but definitely strange. One of the stranger baseball experiences I’ve ever had. It’s good to be back to normalcy today. No more Tokyo, no more Coliseum. As Tito said, “I’d never been to Japan before and I’d never played in front of 115,000 people before but I’ve been to Oakland before.”
After today’s exhibition with the Dodgers, that’s where we’re headed — Oakland.
J.D. Drew is still not in the lineup. He’s progressing slower than the team had hoped, but they still haven’t ruled him out for Tuesday in Oakland.
Kielty will likely go to Pawtucket, but it’s not definite. Bobby indicated there might be another team he can get a Major League roster spot for. He said he’d know by tomorrow.