That’s Amaury’s Podcast, News and Commentary Part 1: Is the fixing up of the Coliseum a prelude to selling the A’s?; Kaval exploring Lake Merritt or Jack London Square for new A’s stadium

pro32.ap.org photo: Oakland A’s team president David Kaval has made a whole list of changes including concessions, day care for kids, new foods in the park, adding photos of old players around the park, renaming the park after Rickey Henderson, and taking off the tarp on the third deck and charging only $15 a seat to sit up there, and fans now can enter the park as early as 4:30p on Tuesdays to watch the A’s take batting practice,  plus much more here’s part one of this story

On the podcast with Amaury:

I’m a fan of A’s team president David Kaval not because I do the Oakland A’s Spanish broadcasts on radio. The man has a vision for his team he’s a young man he’s in his 40s. He married a lady from the Bay Area, he went to Stanford he’s a very smart person. He will reach his goal of building a new park for the A’s. He did the same thing for the MLS San Jose Earthquakes with Avaya Stadium he built a beautiful park for pro soccer.

Things are changing yes it’s like putting lip stick on a pig but we know that Kaval is trying. I remember when the San Francisco Giants former team managing partner Peter Magowan when he had the team move to AT&T Park . When Magowan first took over he did do a lot of team renovations to Candlestick Park when he and team president Larry Baer first took over the team in 1993. Kaval is taking action much in the same way making the park inviting for kids and families. Making it affordable with $15 seats on the third deck and for fans who want to see the A’s take batting practice letting them in early on Tuesday nights at 4:30PM. It’s going to be interesting to see how the A’s get their new park.

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