That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast: Construction halted for Raiders new Vegas stadium due to C 19 virus; A’s Piscotty with public reminder; plus more

cbssanfrancisco.com photo: The Oakland Raiders might play the 2020 season at the Oakland Coliseum because construction has stopped on their new Las Vegas stadium due to the shelter in place law

On That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast:

#1 The thing about the new nationwide ordinance for Shelter in Place it will stop construction on the Raiders new stadium in Vegas forcing the project to miss the better part of the beginning of the 2020 season and that might force the Raiders to play another season at the Oakland Coliseum.

#2 The Oakland A’s Stephen Piscotty has gone on board with some new hash tags he tweeted out regarding the recent shelter in place policy saying, “it’s time to stop #the spread by practice social distancing.”

#3 Piscotty also added “There’s so man wonderful things you can do like washing your hands and remaining six feet away from each other.”

#4 The San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt said regarding the team’s plans after the team was told to go home after the season was suspended. Some of the players have decided to stay in Arizona and work out on their own.

#5 How does a quarantine and the suspension of the season really impact minor league baseball one of the minor league players came up positive for Coronavirus.

Amaury Pi Gonzalez is the Oakland A’s Spanish play by play announcer on KIQI 1010 San Francisco and does News and Commentary each Tuesday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

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