This week, we're going take-by-take through the legendary C-Roll tape and sharing the debauchery with you, our loyal perverted readers. Yesterday we revealed sex in the SkyDome, and this evening we bring to you a scene from upper deck of the Oakland Coliseum.

Using Ken Wilson's end-of-game call—it starts at the 1:55 mark, just after everyone in the broadcast booth is done snickering in disbelief—to guide us, we pulled up season results from A's seasons in the late '90s, and found the game.

On May 16, 1997 (May, so far, has proven to be a popular time for sex at televised sporting events) the White Sox beat the A's in Oakland, 6-2. It was Chicago's fifth straight win over the A's, and as Wilson tells us, Roberto Hernandez got the save. Frank Thomas had the only (officially-recorded) home run that evening. We dug up an old Chicago Tribune story on Nexis to confirm:

An infestation of flying bugs at the Oakland Coliseum threatened to turn the opener of a weekend series into the plot for Stephen King's next novel. But it was the White Sox gnats who spoiled Friday night for the Oakland Athletics.

Ozzie Guillen and Tony Phillips twice put together back-to-back hits in early rallies, leading the Sox to a 6-2 victory before 14,237 at the Oakland Coliseum. Wilson Alvarez registered the win as Chicago raised its record to 2-3 on this West Coast trip and 16-22 overall.

Thanks to the C-Roll, we can add an important footnote to otherwise forgotten baseball history: not everyone in Oakland that evening had their night spoiled by the bugs.

The C-Roll Stash
1. Sex Above The SkyDome
2. Reverse Cowgirl In The Coliseum Cheap Seats
3. Boobs And People With Boobs Eating Ice Cream
4. In Which Unspeakable Things Happen To A Flagpole At A NASCAR Tailgate
5. Cleavage At The Ballpark, Cleavage At The Boxing Match, And An O.J. Simpson Cameo
6. A Back-Row Handjob At A Marlins Game