Susan Slusser, longtime A’s reporter and the first female president of the BBWAA, answers questions.
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Ian proposes some shows he’d actually watch.
On Brian Wilson and the etiquette of being different.
A play in one act.
The A’s gave up on Tyson Ross, but Ian hasn’t.
Ian watches the people who watch.
Ian interviews Scott Radinsky, whose one-of-a-kind resume includes time as a punk-rock frontman, big-league pitcher and Indians pitching coach.
The Giants’ GM is not an idiot, but now Ian understands why some people think he is.
Cheering, and lots of it, in the press box.
Ian finds his postseason press pass takes him places he never expected to go.
On Oakland’s budget, a GM can’t afford to spend $36 million and whiff. WIth Yoenis Cespedes, Billy Beane didn’t.
Jemile Weeks and Brandon Crawford have essentially swapped career trajectories this year. Can each find success in the future?
In which Ian tries to answer a question that seems like it should be simple but is not: What is the World Baseball Classic?
No, the Astros aren’t good. But if September was a salvage month, it has been a bit of a success. Here’s why.