A better first impression couldn’t have been asked Friday of the Raiders’ first-round picks.
The 2020 NFL Draft is set to land in Las Vegas just months before the Raiders open their palace of a stadium.
The Raiders traded back twice Saturday before selecting their second ex-Clemson Tiger, choosing cornerback Trayvon Mullen in the second round.
Sunsets are spectacular from inside the 7,400 square feet of glam and palatial splendor known as Sapphire Oasis at the eastern edge of the valley.
Last year when the Pacific Coast League used a baseball made in China, one at-bat in every 36 resulted in a home run. So far in April after switching to a ball made in a rabbit thicket, one at-bat in every 25 has resulted in somebody touching ‘em all.