Dusty Baker, 65, was at Sleep Train Arena for the Kings’ season opener against the Warriors on Wednesday night when public address announcer Scott Moak told the crowd the Giants had beaten the Royals in Game 7 to win the World Series. The crowd cheered, then followed with a standing ovation.
Dusty Baker, 65, was at Sleep Train Arena for the Kings’ season opener against the Warriors on Wednesday night when public address announcer Scott Moak told the crowd the Giants had beaten the Royals in Game 7 to win the World Series. The crowd cheered, then followed with a standing ovation. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Dusty Baker, 65, was at Sleep Train Arena for the Kings’ season opener against the Warriors on Wednesday night when public address announcer Scott Moak told the crowd the Giants had beaten the Royals in Game 7 to win the World Series. The crowd cheered, then followed with a standing ovation. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

He’s forever a baseball man, but Dusty Baker loves the Kings, too

November 03, 2014 05:49 PM

UPDATED November 08, 2014 08:21 AM

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