Sportstalk Podcast at Hana Zen Sushi Japanese Grill Pier 39 San Francisco Monday Feb 3, 2020

Cast: Michael Duca ( and host), David Zizmor (SF 49ers analyst), Jeremy Kahn (SF Giants beat writer), Amaury Pi Gonzalez (News and Commentary), FP Santangelo Jr (NBC Sports radio) and Lee Leonard (producer). What a NFL season it was for both the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs the cast takes a look at the Super Bowl LIV experience that was in Miami. Also a look at all the latest in the NBA and MLB Spring Training starting with pitchers and catchers.

Our thanks to Angie Louie owner and general manager Emerson Mah of Hana Zen Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar Pier 39 at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf for hosting Sportstalk Radio. Tonight we were treated to Hana Zen’s famous California Sushi Rolls, Ahi Tuna, Chicken Teriyaki, Calamari, and their wonderful miso soup. Also you can enjoy their sushi rolls, sashimi, and other Japanese favorites. Hana Zen also offers filet mignon, New York steak, and try their famous Lava Rock cooking right at your own table. Also enjoy some green tea ice cream at the end of your meal. Help Pier 39 celebrate 42 years with a visit to Hana Zen Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar.


Reddick Surgery a Success


Josh-ReddickBy Charlie O. Mallonee

Oakland Athletics’ outfielder Josh Reddick has undergone successful surgery on his injured right wrist that plagued him throughout the 2013 season.

The surgery was performed at the Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts by Dr. Mark Belsky. Dr. Belsky performed a TFCC debridement of Reddick’s right wrist. Reddick is expected to be fully recovered by the start of Spring Training in February.

The injury forced Reddick to disabled list twice during the 2013 season. He first went on the DL from May 7 to 30 after batting just .152 to begin the season. Reddick hit .287 after returning from the DL but the nagging injury continued to bother him – especially at the plate where he was hitting .213 overall. The second stint on the DL ran from August 26 to September 10. Reddick hit .304 in his final 17 games.

The A’s are hoping that the surgery will allow Reddick to come out of the gate 100% healthy to begin the 2014 season.