Tag: Lew Wolff
City must persuade appellate panel to overturn precedents that exempt baseball from antitrust law.
Upcoming Board of Supervisors vote could guarantee another decade of A’s baseball in Oakland, probably.
Reid voted for it because team brings pride to the city and he feared it would move without an agreement.
Statement by the mayor and city council president seems to indicate they want negotiations to continue.
A game of pro sports musical chairs appears less likely with new details of city’s stadium proposal.
A surprise claim from baseball lawyers: A’s proposed relocation was officially rejected in June.
The baseball commissioner derides the Oakland A’s ballpark as a “pit”—and some diehard fans agree.
Oakland A’s owner Lew Wolff had an informal on-stage conversation at the Rotary Club of San Jose on Wednesday. He answered questions from Santa Clara County assessor Larry Stone, who’s been active in the effort to get the A’s to move from Oakland to San Jose; and later from the audience. A’s ownership has been […]