Due to some scheduling for work, I ended up getting a full week off at the end of October. I’m returning to the Bay Area for a wedding but a couple days before and after the wedding I don’t have to be at work. So it looks like I’m staying in the Bay during that time.
But what should I do during my free time? A’s World Series games? What else is there to do in the Bay that I didn’t stuff in last month when I was there?
Suggestions? Now an unrelated music video reppin’ the Bay.
I wish I had a younger sister and older brother growing up, but being an only child makes me see things differently. I’m better because of it. Stop judging me.
My movie review. I’d watch it again… on DVD.
But at the end of the day...
Quick synopsis: Gus (Clint Eastwood) is an aging baseball scout that has had a great track record and is on to seek a prospect for the Braves in the upcoming draft. His eyesight is starting to fail him and his colleague, a former scout now team executive (John Goodman) suggests that Gus’ overworked lawyer daughter Mickey (Amy Adams) accompany Gus on this scouting trip. There Mickey hopes to mend a broken relationship with her father while she tries to balance her own problems in life.
So I came into the theater having high expectations for the movie. After all, I love baseball and I enjoy Clint Eastwood. But after watching this movie, I don’t think this was much of a baseball movie. Baseball was the backdrop to a story that featured more of Gus and his daughter Mickey bonding together for the first time in their lives.
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If these existed, I’d actually buy them!
I normally don’t give movie reviews because quite frankly, I am not good at them. When I watch a movie, I don’t really make a lot of mental notes. But with me being a huge fan of the Resident Evil video game and movie series, this was something I felt that I had to do.
But since I am not good with reviews, I’ll just blurb out the things that I liked and what I didn’t like.
I look fly!
Some of you may know my story of how I got the awesome Oakland Oaks throwback. It finally came in the mail today and it was everything I expected. The quality of the fabric is stupendous and putting it on, I feel like I’m an old ballplayer from the 1950s.
Well done Ebbets Field Flannel. You will have my business once again when I have the money for it!
Some deep baseball thoughts.
But at the end of the day...
This is a very simple debate with a complicated answer. Who would I choose as my AL MVP?
The two candidates are the phenom Mike Trout and the power horse Miguel Cabrera. Both put up great numbers and in any other year, their numbers would be enough to make them the runaway winner.
But since both are having monster years at the same time, it’s hard.
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