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A look at the upcomingbaseball season from St. Bonaventure University journalism students who have been blogging about spring training.Students following the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants will provide commentary and analysis.
ESPN Sweet Spot blogger Joe Janish talks with baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli. Two injuries are discussed in depth. First, the broken elbow suffered by Oakland Athletics pitcher Jarrod Parker, who was rehabbing from his second Tommy John surgery. Second, Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Drew Smyly's shoulder injury -- Angel goes into detail to explain a labrum tear and how the role of the labrum and shoulder in the pitching motion. Finally, Angel offeres two baseball pitching velocity tips; the first involving the wrist, the second focused on the importance of the glove arm and how it controls rotation. Refer to OnBaseball.com for photos illustrating the tips described.
It has become so dreadful to watch the A's, and we're all over it. Is it time to start thinking about thinking the season for the number one overall pick in the 2016 MLB Amateur Draft? Will Bob Melvin become the scapegoat for this fiasco?
We also talk with the Stros Bros to talk about the A's/Astros upcoming series.
Then we will talk about week day giveaways that have become a stape of the A's marketing team this season.
Please call in or tweet us with your comments @GJDRadio.
We suck, it's okay. We're here for you, do you want to fire Bob Melvin? Do you want to fire Billy Beane? Have you thrown shoes at your TV? Well, we're here for all who are upset.
We're going to be talking also about Jarrod Parker's tragic injury that could possibly end his career. What does it man for the A's and what the hell are we gonna do from here?
We're also going to be ranting about why the Red Sox fans are the worst thing to ever happen to baseball. You're not gonna want to miss any of this, and don't be afraid to call in drunk. ;)
Devin Pangaro will be filling in for Adam on tonight's show and we'll be talking over the week that was in A's baseball. Going through all the happenings like the bullpen blunders, failed comebacks, successful comebacks, and Josh Reddick's early season resurgence. We'll be grading Bob Melvin's past week of performance with letter grades.Then we'll be previewing the series against the Minnesota Twins series, the Twins are hot comign into this series, so will the A's be able to hold off the white hot Twins in the Twin cities?
As always, you can call in or tweet the show @RFWes or @GJDRadio.
This week on West Coast Bias the boys will be taking a look at the Oakland Athletics and their moves this offseason. They will also be looking at how those moves will affect their chances at competing for another AL West title and another trip to the playoffs. All this and we continue to look at the top 5 teams heading into the March Madness tournament next month. Finally we will talk some of the hottest topics in sports today. That’s on Sunday at 3pm PST right here on www.Blogtalkradio.com/fouracespresents ...
We're here to discuss the craziness that is playing the Kansas City Royals.
What plans do we have for Escobar when he comes back to Oakland?
Is Dan Otero in trouble?
Where does the Lawrie vs Escobar rank among alltime among A's beefs/bench clears/brawls?
We'll hopefully be joined by Daniel Green at 9 to talk about the upcoming Angels series.
We're all over it. And we want you to get your voice heard.
Well, that really sucked. Swept by the Astros, and owned by Jose Altuve.
What's the problem? How will the A's deal with all these injuries?
We'll be talking about the bullpen, Kendall Graveman, and grading Bob Melvin's latest week in charge. Be sure to call in and give your thoughts on all these topics by calling and getting your voice heard.
When will we ever have a happy show?
We'll do our best to breakdown all the rubbish. And preview the upcoming A's/Angels series.
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