That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: A’s to remove tarp from third deck and Mt Davis; A’s win is as easy as taking away Cotton Candy; Giants Posey day to day

April 11, 2017


KANSAS CITY, MO – APRIL 10: Oakland Athletics relief pitcher Jharel Cotton (45) during the Kansas City home opening game between the Oakland Athletics and the Kansas City Royals on April 10, 2017 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Athletics defeated the Royals 2-0 (Photo by William Purnell/Icon Sportswire) (Icon Sportswire via AP Images)

by Amaury Pi Gonzalez

ANAHEIM–It was Jharel Cotton who had his pitches had the movement he was looking for as he served up a three hit shutout against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium for a 2-0 three hit win. The Royals are a struggling bunch at 2-5. The A’s who are 4-4 and are 1.5 behind the Angels. They will be starting Andrew Triggs for this Wednesday night’s thrill in KC. The A’s have Tuesday. The A’s team president Dave Kaval said those green tarps that covered up the third deck at the Coliseum is coming down and Thank God now the A’s are going to sell those seats at $15 a pop which is a bargain at Major League prices.

The Arizona Diamondbacks Taijuan Walker who threw a 94 MPH pitch which hit San Francisco Giant catcher Posey’s head has put Posey on a day to day basis. Posey insists he’s alright and he wants to get right back in there for tonight’s game against Arizona. It was reported that there was no concussion symptoms. Posey might have got his bell rung but insists that he’s fully back and ready to get back into the line up something Giants manager Bruce Bochy will discuss with team doctors.

Amaury Pi Gonzalez is the Spanish TV talent for the Angels, the Spanish radio talent for the A’s, and does News and Commentary each week at



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