That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Giants no longer after former Dodger Yaseil Puig; At Giants Fan Fest Pence says he loves being back

San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence is welcomed back by his teammates Alex Dickerson and Buster Posey at Giants Fan Fest on Saturday at Oracle Park in San Francisco (sfchronicle.com photo) On That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: #1 The San Francisco Giants were one of the teams that were expressing interest in acquiring former LosContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Giants no longer after former Dodger Yaseil Puig; At Giants Fan Fest Pence says he loves being back”

MLB The Show 2019 Postseason podcast with Daniel Dullum: Cole enjoys what could be his last days in Houston; Yanks in front of Twins with 2-0 lead; plus more

photo from latimes.com: The Astros’ Gerrit Cole struck out 15 in 7 2/3 scoreless innings against the Rays in Game 2 the ALDS. On the MLB The Show 2019 Postseason podcast with Daniel: 1 Astros’ Gerrit Cole making the most of what might be his last days in Houston 2 Yankees in the driver’s seatContinue reading “MLB The Show 2019 Postseason podcast with Daniel Dullum: Cole enjoys what could be his last days in Houston; Yanks in front of Twins with 2-0 lead; plus more”

That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Oakland A’s after 2019

photo from bleacherreport.com: Oakland A’s manager Bob Melvin says a game could go right down to a home run or a strikeout. By Amaury Pi-Gonzalez There are basically four ways of building a championship team: 1. Farms system 2. Free Agent signings 3. MLB Draft 4. Trade of players Of course not one is alwaysContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Oakland A’s after 2019”

Oakland A’s podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Diaz home run disaster strikes twice, Oakland lawsuit could force A’s to leave Oakland

tampabaytimes.com file photo: Tampa Bay Rays designated hitter Tommy Pham (29), right, is congratulate by Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Willy Adames (1), center, and Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Yandy Diaz (2), left, after Pham hit a solo homer in the fifth inning against the Oakland Athletics in the American League Wild Card game Wednesday,Continue reading “Oakland A’s podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Diaz home run disaster strikes twice, Oakland lawsuit could force A’s to leave Oakland”

How it ended: A’s season ends with a thud fall to the Rays 5-1

sfgate.com photo: After surrendering three home runs Oakland A’s starter Sean Manaea heads for the A’s dugout as the Tampa Bay Rays win the AL Wild Card game at the Oakland Coliseum on Wednesday night 5-1 By Jerry Feitelberg OAKLAND- The Tampa Bay Rays won the Wild Card game and advanced to the ALDS againstContinue reading “How it ended: A’s season ends with a thud fall to the Rays 5-1”

Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: This one’s for all the marbles, Rays-A’s, expect a good pitching match

yahoo.sports.com file photo: Oakland left handed pitcher Sean Manaea will start for the A’s in Wednesday’s AL wildcard game against the Tampa Bay Rays. On Headline Sports podcast with London: #1 The American League Wild Card game between Tampa Bay and Oakland is a one and done series. London tells us what’s on the lineContinue reading “Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: This one’s for all the marbles, Rays-A’s, expect a good pitching match”

Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Should A’s manager Bob Melvin be worried about wild card game?

Photo credit: bleacherreport.com On the Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: #1 How much worry, how much concern should A’s manager Bob Melvin take into a game like the wild card on Wednesday afternoon at the Coliseum? #2 How big, how huge was Marcus Semien at the shortstop position for Oakland this season and asContinue reading “Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Should A’s manager Bob Melvin be worried about wild card game?”

Wild Card preview: Rays and A’s at Oakland Coliseum

mercurynews.com file photo: Oakland Athletics’ Khris Davis (2) removes his helmet after batting against the Toronto Blue Jays in the second inning of their MLB game at the Coliseum in Oakland, Calif. on Friday, April 19, 2019. By Jerry Feitelberg OAKLAND — After a long season of 162 games, the A’s and Rays will haveContinue reading “Wild Card preview: Rays and A’s at Oakland Coliseum”

Oakland A’s podcast with Joey Friedman: A’s ready to begin workouts at Coliseum and host Tampa Bay for wild card Wednesday

photo from sfgate.com: Oakland Athletics’ Ramon Laureano hits a solo home run on a pitch from Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Marco Gonzales during the third inning of a baseball game, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in Seattle. On the A’s podcast with Joey F #1 The Oakland A’s and the Tampa Bay Rays will workout atContinue reading “Oakland A’s podcast with Joey Friedman: A’s ready to begin workouts at Coliseum and host Tampa Bay for wild card Wednesday”

The A’s beat the Mariners and secure home-field advantage for the Wild Card

by Charlie O. Mallonee The Oakland Athletics beat the Seattle Mariners 1-0 on Saturday night to win their 97th game of the season which tied their win total from the 2018 season. More importantly, the win guarantees them home-field advantage for the single-game Wild Card contest with the Tampa Rays on Wednesday night. The A’sContinue reading “The A’s beat the Mariners and secure home-field advantage for the Wild Card”