The Brad Ziegler watch party continues! If you follow me on Twitter @MLBwayneMLB you will be able to get these updates as they happen. How cool is that? So follow me on Twitter! And if you don’t have a Twitter account you should at least try to get a Twitter account. It’s really not as bad as it seems…
Anyway. I went down to AT&T Park this past weekend to watch the Battle of the Bay series and it was awesome. I’ll have my blog up on that game sometime soon. I promise. But I had to get a Brad Ziegler watch party out of the way. He didn’t do so hot in San Francisco but that’s okay. The A’s got swept and my U.S Army wristbands just didn’t have enough mojo to stop the sweep. Maybe next time…
On 4/26 Brad pitched against the Angels of Anaheim. He pitched two and a third innings and struck out one batter.
On 4/27 Brad pitched against the Angels of Anaheim. He pitched one inning and recorded his first save of the season. Thats also his 19th save of his career.
On 5/01 Brad pitched against the Texas Rangers. He faced one batter and gave up one hit. The Athletics win, 7-2.
On 5/02 Brad pitched against the Texas Rangers and faced one batter which he ended up walking. The Athletics win, 5-4.
On 5/04 Brad pitched against the Cleveland Indians and faced one batter. He gave up one hit. The Athletics win, 3-1.
On 5/09 Brad pitched against the Texas Rangers and faced two batters. He gave up one hit and struck out one batter.
5/15 Brad pitched against the Chicago Whitesox and pitched an entire inning giving up only one hit.
5/16 Brad pitched against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and pitched an entire inning striking out one batter.
5/19 Brad pitched against the Minnesota Twins and pitched an entire inning giving up three hits, one run and striking out one batter. His ERA is now .66.