That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast: Players say they will take action in their own hands against Astros; Will MLB act if beanball war starts with teams throwing at Stros?

photo from newsday.com: Houston Astros Dusty Baker says he is asking MLB Commissioner to take action against any teams who will start on field trouble against the Astros during the 2020 season which could lead to beanball wars On That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast: #1 After a number of players have voiced their angerContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast: Players say they will take action in their own hands against Astros; Will MLB act if beanball war starts with teams throwing at Stros?”

That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Houston Astros apologizes but action would be better

photo from newyorkpost.com: Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker left and owner Jim Crane right speak with the media from the Astros spring training camp in West Palm Beach Florida on Thu Feb 13th Houston Astros: Apologizes, but Action would be better That’s Amaury News and Commentary Amaury Pi-González On their first day of Spring TrainingContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Houston Astros apologizes but action would be better”

Headline Sports podcast with Tony Renteria: Can Dusty right the ship in Houston?; Kings host the Heat Friday night; plus more

sfchronicle.com photo: Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker meets the media during his press conference introducing him as the new manager at Minute Maid Field in Houston On Headline Sports with Tony R: #1 How weighty of an issue is it really for new Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker taking over the helm of a teamContinue reading “Headline Sports podcast with Tony Renteria: Can Dusty right the ship in Houston?; Kings host the Heat Friday night; plus more”

That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Dusty Baker the calm after the storm

photo from newsday.com: Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker addresses the media Thursday at Minute Maid Park as Baker takes over the helm amongst the sign stealing scandal that rocked the team Dusty Baker: The Calm After The Storm That’s Amaury News and Commentary Amaury Pi-González Johnny B.Baker Jr, (Dusty) has landed in Houston. He isContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Dusty Baker the calm after the storm”

Headline Sports with London Marq: Big fan push for changing NBA logo to Kobe; How Reid and Shanahan will coach to win on Sunday; plus more

nypost.com photo: Simulated look at new Kobe NBA logo if switched from the current Jerry West NBA logo On Headline Sports with London: #1 Huge fan push to change NBA insignia from Jerry West to Kobe Bryant and the push is catching on #2 The Super Bowl is normally one of sports biggest events butContinue reading “Headline Sports with London Marq: Big fan push for changing NBA logo to Kobe; How Reid and Shanahan will coach to win on Sunday; plus more”

That’s Amaury News and Commentary: Sign-Stealing Scandal–Politician calling for Congressional Oversight Hearing

congress.gov photo: Illinois Rep Bobby Rush is calling for an official congressional investigation into the sign stealing scandal involving MLB general managers, managers, players and front office staffs Sign-Stealing Scandal:  Politician calling for Congressional Oversight Hearing That’s Amaury News and Commentary Amaury Pi-González Representative Bobby Rush from the State of Illinois wants an official CongressionalContinue reading “That’s Amaury News and Commentary: Sign-Stealing Scandal–Politician calling for Congressional Oversight Hearing”

A’s 9th-inning comeback ends up one run short; Nats win series final 11-10

By Charlie O. Mallonee “That’s American League baseball. A lead is never safe because they’re used to coming back and having big innings because the offensive clubs hit the ball out of the ballpark. We didn’t walk guys to get to that situation, they hit us,” opined Nationals manager Dusty Baker after the game. IContinue reading “A’s 9th-inning comeback ends up one run short; Nats win series final 11-10”

UC Davis stumbles in the first game of Great Alaska Shootout losing to Weber State 86-55

by Charlie O. Mallonee The UC Davis Men’s Basketball team played the defending Big Sky Champion Weber State Wildcats in the first-round of the GCI Great Alaska Shootout on Thanksgiving night. The Wildcats lived up to their reputation of being a very good basketball team coming away with a 86-55 win over the Aggies (4-2).Continue reading “UC Davis stumbles in the first game of Great Alaska Shootout losing to Weber State 86-55”