Continue to post all of your thoughts on yesterday's game. (Lots has already been said in yesterday's thread).
And your views on the sweet smell of baseball in the air again.
Also anything else notable from Opening Day.
Such as the fact that fans were throwing syringes at Barry Bonds. (Source: Sportsline.com)
The syringe did not have a needle.
My favorite quote from yesterday is from Billy Beane, on the Yankee's 15-2 stomping of the A's (also Sportsline):
"It's like having calculus first period," Beane said. "You are not real happy when the alarm goes off, but by second period it's already over and you are running off to wood shop."
By "wood shop", Beane must mean Seattle, whom the A's visit for three games after the Yankee series; last year the A's went 12-6 against the M's, who finished the year at 69-93.