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The Oakland Athletics are known as a loose, fun baseball club, but this may be taking it a little too far.
As the A’s celebrated winning the American League West, everyone was getting in on the celebration — including some folks associated with the team who were not of drinking age (or barely any age at all).
Twenty-one years old? Try 21 months. With the suds flowing freely in the A’s clubhouse after the game, a baby was caught on camera joining the party.
Check it out in the photo below.
Photo via Twitter/@MarkAce72
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The Oakland A’s captured the A.L. West division crown this weekend, and they of course celebrated like they should with champagne and Bud Light. The only odd portion of the celebration was the baby who was also celebrating and drinking their Bud Light. Welp. [Deadspin] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
The Oakland Athletics secured their second straight American League West title by virtue of a Texas Rangers’ 4-0 extra-inning loss to the Kansas City Royals.
The A’s 16 division titles puts them just behind the Yankees (18) and Braves (17) for the most division titles.
The A’s have gone 17-5 since trailing the
With the Texas Rangers 10th inning loss today against the Kansas City Royals, the Oakland Athletics clinched their second straight and 16th overall AL West division championship. The A’s decided to put an exclamation point on the win by smashing in 11 runs against the Minnesota Twins to finish off the sweep and their last home game until the playoffs in exciting fashion.
Sunday was a momentous occasion for the Oakland Athletics as they secured their second straight division title with an 11-7 win at home over Minnesota.
After the game, they did what every Major League Baseball team does after winning a division crown, which is blow the stress and pressure off a long season with some cold beverages, loud music, and wild celebration.
The Oakland Athletics clinched the AL West in a win over the Texas Rangers in 2012
The Oakland Athletics are one game away from clinching the American League West division title for a second straight year. Last year, the Athletics earned the title on the last game of the regular season. This year, the A’s are not cutting it quite as close but the Texas Rangers are still holding...
For the second season in a row the Oakland Athletics won the AL West--so there is going to be some celebrating going on, right? While that is true in the future they may want to make sure that the revelers are all of age if they are enjoying a cold beer.
Hmmm...I wonder if a certain mommy has gotten a call from a certain state agency yet...
The Oakland Athletics lock up a playoff birth and ... there's an infant downing a Bud Light. [@taddmike via SportsGrid]
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