A's-Red Sox (July 16, 2006):
I followed these instructions.
I loved the ads painted on the brickwork.
Walk through the archway, and into a temple of baseball.
Left field corner.
There be monsters here!
The picture that has to be taken.
A mitt and two baseballs.
Some very old seats.
In the upper left.
Huston Street and Barry Zito stretch.
Justin Duchscherer and Barry Zito warm up.
Kiko Calero warms up.
Zito delivers a throw.
Street peeks over his glasses.
Frank Thomas drives a ball to left field.
Manny Ramirez can't reach Thomas' hit.
The A's scored five runs in the fifth. The thing I like about this picture is how everybody seems to be running in a different direction.
Manny Ramirez dropped a single to left, Mark Kotsay rounds third to score.
Alex Gonzalez homered in the fifth, pretty much the only thing the Red Sox fans had to cheer about all day.
The Red Sox had something going in the sixth, but Manny Ramirez pulled a bonehead move and challenged Mark Kotsay's arm, down by four runs. That pretty much ended the game.