Braden’s big moment came at home against the Tampa Bay Rays on Mother’s Day in 2010. The then-26-year-old threw a perfect game, retiring all 27 batters he faced. The Sacramento River Cats honored his achievement with a bobblehead.
His temper overtook him. Now, the Oakland A’s pitcher who pitched a fit and promised to pack up and leave Stockton over its high crime rate, is saying he’ll stay anyway.
It seems there are three faces of Oakland A’s pitcher and Stockton resident Dallas Braden.
The city of Stockton is under fire, and one of its hometown heroes has had enough. Violent crime in the city is so bad that A’s pitcher and Stockton resident Dallas Braden says he’s had enough.
Grant had an action-packed Friday show lined up, full of interviews with Dallas Braden, Jerry Reynolds, Jon Barry, and Ralph Sheheen. The show opened with more talk about LeBron James and his lack of crunch-time […]
Oakland A’s pitcher Dallas Braden talks about his stint on the DL and recovery from surgery on his throwing shoulder. Dallas also touches on the A’s recent struggles that have resulted in the firing of […]