Why Tony Kemp watched Marcus Semien interview after walk-off

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Kemp stuck around to watch Semien's interview after walk-off originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

The A's will look to repress the memory of Friday night's loss against the Toronto Blue Jays

Leading 8-2 at one point, the A's bullpen blew what should have been a stress-free win for Oakland. Allowing a combined nine runs in the final two innings, it was a walk-off homer from a familiar face that sunk the A's in Toronto. 

Former A's shortstop Marcus Semien made his former team pay. 

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After the game, current Oakland infielder Tony Kemp couldn't help but soak in the deeper meaning behind what just happened. 

What ended up being a heartbreaking loss for Oakland was an incredible moment for Semien, a storybook finish. 

It really makes you think.