That’s Amaury’s Podcast, News and Commentary: A’s tell Yanks what they want for Gray; 110 out of 111 NFLplayers test positive for CTE

July 25, 2017

MLB, NFL

Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly (59) is carted from the field after sustaining a shoulder injury and a possible concussion in action against the New Orleans Saints Thursday November 17, 2016 in Charlotte, N.C. (Damian Strohmeyer via AP)

On That’s Amaury’s Podcast: Amaury talks about the Oakland A’s Sonny Gray sweepstakes and 110 NFL players have come up positive for CTE

The Oakland A’s have told the New York Yankees what they want in exchange for starter Sonny Gray. The A’s have expressed a deal for some of the young Yankee outfield prospects like the Yankees number 91 overall prospect pick Estevan Florial. The A’s have expressed interest not only for Florial but other Yankee outfield prospects as well.

In the meantime the Washington Nationals have thrown their hat in the Sonny Gray sweepstakes with Nats star pitcher Steven Strausburg injured the Nats are looking to shore up their rotation and have been inquiring about Gray. The A’s have their eye on the Nats outfield prospect no.5 overall pick Victor Robles. The Chicago Cubs also have expressed interest in Gray and the A’s are shopping their outfield prospects.

The NFL was hit by a report that out of 111 deceased NFL players who were checked for CTE concussion syndrome 110 came up positive for the concussion like disease. That’s a 99% positive report that players in the NFL who have played the game will most likely have CTE after their careers are finished. There is no way while the player is alive to check for CTE but this report has many players asking themselves how long do they plan to play pro football.

Amaury has much more on today’s podcast, Amaury is the TV Spanish voice for the Angels, the radio Spanish voice for the A’s, and does News and Commentary each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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