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Barry Zito has pitched for both the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants for the last twelve seasons. Still there are people in the area who are not familiar with the former Cy Young winner.
Good Say L.A. host Steve Edwards tried hard to know something about baseball. Then he asked Kelley James, the musician, his big question.
Zito was a postseason hero for the Giants and has been a part of both of their championship winning teams. Edwards should have known better.
Watch the video at the 3:05 mark for the awkward exchange.
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Barry Zito has been pitching in California for twelve years now and helped the San Francisco Giants win the World Series last season, so one would think that all Californians would know Barry Zito. Well apparently that is not that case. The former Cy Young-winning was on Good Day L.A. to promote “A Night For The Troops,” a concert with musician Kelley James which was to benefit...
Check out this embarrassing video of Good Day L.A.'s Steve Edwards who thinks San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito is musician Kelley James. After Zito and James performed a quick song, Edwards goes up to James and tells him that a lot of people gave up on him as a pitcher.Check out the awkward and funny moment in the video below.Los Angeles Local News, Weather, and Traffic
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