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Kara's Hot Corner

As a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, I grew up rooting for the Oakland Athletics. They were my team; green and gold were my colors. Now, decades later, it's a dream to work for the organization I followed so closely as a kid. Come to any one of the team's home games and you'll see me on the big screen as the A's in-game host. Before the game and during inning breaks, I interview fans, host events and in general, act as the team's ambassador. Win or lose, it's always a great day at the Coliseum. Let's go Oakland!

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  • Oakland A’s Shoe Collection, Round 2

    From their caps to their toes, A’s fans rock some awesome green and gold style in the stands. I most love checking out the fancy footwear of our diehards (and I’m not even one of those women with a shoe obsession!). You see, there’s only so much fashion liberty one can take with a team […]

  • Sizzling Bacon on a Rainy Tuesday

    The Origins of Bacon Tuesday


    By now, most of you have probably heard a little something about "Bacon Tuesday" last week at the Oakland Coliseum. It was magical. And it represented one of the best parts of baseball: the chance for fun interactions between fans and players. In this case, the crew in the Right Field Bleachers were celebrating a player from another team, Jeff Francoeur from the Kansas City Royals. Click this link to check out my interview with the organizers behind Bacon Tuesday.

  • Truly Green Collar Baseball

    Without a doubt, Dog Day with the A’s is one of my favorite special events during the Oakland A’s baseball season. I love dogs and obviously I love baseball, so it’s the perfect combination for the fan who wants to catch a game with his/her best friend. Despite the gloomy July weather, this year’s event […]

  • A’s fans make a memorable first half

    44 home games completed, 37 more to go. Believe it or not fans, but we are more than halfway through the season. How does time fly so quickly? Non-baseball fans lament the season’s length, stuffed with a game count that’s well into the triple digits. But for a true baseball fan — and I know […]

  • A’s fans sport their love

    As I wander the steps of the Coliseum during an A’s game, I am always looking for the diehard fans. A good way to spot them is by looking down to their shoes! When I was a partial season ticket holder several years ago, the man with seats next to me wore white, chunky-clunky sneakers […]