That’s Amaury’s Podcast, News and Commentary: Orioles and A’s had some great teams; taking a look at a blast from the past

AP File Photo: Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin, left, talks with broadcaster Jim Palmer, right, before their baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Jerry Feitelberg joins Amaury for the Podcast. Jerry and Amaury discuss the past great Oakland A’s and Baltimore Orioles teams from the past. Amaury was a bat boy for the Orioles in 1966 where he started his baseball career. Amaury got to work with some of those Orioles greats like Frank Robinson, Paul Blair, Don Buford, Boog Powell, Dave Johnson, Mark Belanger, Brooks Robinson, catchers Andy Etchbarren, Elrod Hendricks, pitching greats Jim Palmer, Chuck Dobson, Dave McNally, Mike Cuellar, and managed by Earl Weaver.

Jerry and Amaury also talked about those early great A’s teams as well, catchers Gene Tenace and Ray Fosse, first baseman Mike Epstein, second baseman Dick Green, Mike Andrews, shortstop Bert Campaneris, third baseman Sal Bando, outfielders Reggie Jackson, Billy North, and Joe Rudi, pitchers Catfish Hunter, Ken Holtzman, Paul Lindblad, Vida Blue, John Blue Moon Odom, Rollie Fingers, and yes former Tiger great Denny McClain who once pitched for the A’s.

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 http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

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