Warriors player leads peaceful Bay Area demonstration

From the Golden State Warriors comes some very cool video of the community coming together to march against brutality. Several members of the Warriors participated in the peaceful event in Oakland, organized by Warriors player Juan Toscano-Anderson and several of his friends. Five Warriors players, some with their families – Stephen Curry, Damion Lee, Kevon Looney,…

MLB commish and MVP3 update on 2020 for opening day

Two of sport’s most important peeps, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred (still looking for a moniker related to the Manfred Mann Earth Band) and MVP forever Mike Trout both popped up on the web today. So here you go… click the photos below to link to the MLB video page.   And by the way, MLB…

Documenting baseball with a passion, Jon Leonoudakis

Jon Leonoudakis is a filmmaker, storyteller, and baseball nut. That means he has spent decades seeking out great stories to tell, many included in his collection of documentary films The Sweet Spot, available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo on Demand. He talks about his projects with Brent Weber, exploring everything from the earthquake that rattled…

43 years behind the mike, Oakland A’s broadcaster Amaury Pi Gonzalez

March 18, 2020 If you know anything about me, and it’s obviously OK if you don’t, you’d know all I ever dreamed of doing was play-by-play on the radio for baseball.  Amaury Pi Gonzalez isn’t any different, and throughout what should be a Hall of Fame career calling MLB games (are you listening Cooperstown?) he…

Guests from Scorecard Scribblings now archived

It ain’t exactly a podcast – but it works kind of the same. Go to my website scorecardscribblings.com, use the pull-down menu for “interview archives”, and you can find recent – and future – interviews from my radio show, emanating from northern California. I introduce you to some of your heroes, some plain old folks…

Pitchers and catchers, oh my!

Although the questions about the sign-stealing scandal from the off-season are already getting old, the game  – and fans – are ready to move on to the real thing. The A’s send us some video throughout the spring via a special MLB feed – so I love sharing it when I can… since I won’t…