Jeremy Giambi thinks it´s going to be a little weird for everyone when his big brother mans first base at the Coliseum wearing Yankees pinstripes rather than green and gold.
In his six years with the Oakland Athletics, Jason Giambi became a fixture both on the field and in the clubhouse. With tattooed biceps, a Hollywood smile and a powerful bat, he was the A´s model player.
But tomorrow night he´ll return to Oakland with the team that has won four of the last six World Series and knocked the A´s out of the playoffs for two straight years.
Jeremy Giambi says he won´t be surprised if Oakland fans boo his brother when he takes the field.
The A´s could have kept Jason Giambi for $91 million over six years. But Oakland refused to give him the no-trade clause he wanted.
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