That’s Amaury’s Podcast, News, and Commentary: Kaval considered face of the A’s; open door policy; names Coliseum after Rickey; plus the latest with the Giants

FILE – In this Nov. 17, 2016, file photo, Oakland Athletics President David Kaval gestures during a news conference in Oakland, Calif. TheAthletics will be phased out of revenue sharing in the coming years as part of baseball’s new labor deal, and that puts even more urgency on the small-budget franchise’s plan to find the right spot soon to build a new, privately funded ballpark. Kaval, named to his new A’s leadership position last month, is committed to making quick progress but also doing this right. That means strong communication with city and civic leaders as well as the community and fan base. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)

David Kaval is basically the new president for the Oakland A’s and he’s the new face for the A’s and also manager Bob Melvin, Kaval is a young guy in his early 40s he worked to build a new stadium for the MLS San Jose Earthquakes. It’s a beautiful park located next to San Jose International Airport. Kaval’s main mission with the Oakland A’s he told me is to build a new park some place in Oakland. Kaval will accomplish that, the A’s have been talking to the civic leaders.

Oakland won’t have to worry about the Warriors their going to be leaving for San Francisco. The Raiders who knows where their going to be playing. The A’s have to carve their own future and it’s going to be in Oakland but he’s the face of the franchise right now although he’s the president and Billy Beane is the general manager who oversees all the trades. Lew Wolf whose still part owner stepped down from being the managing partner.

Amaury Pi Gonzalez is the Spanish radio voice for the Oakland A’s and the Spanish TV voice for the Los Angeles Angels and does News and Commentary each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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