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Seemingly Positive Ballpark News for A’s

Oakland A's LogoAfter years of stagnation in Oakland, A’s representatives are engaged in what clubhouse insiders describe as “positive” discussions with Mayor Libby Schaaf on either building a new ballpark at the Coliseum site or maybe retrofitting the old one.  Read more here.  Read speculation and analysis from a fan site here.

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Port of Oakland Ballpark Proposal

Oakland A's LogoA $500 million, 38,000-seat waterfront ballpark at the Port of Oakland is being proposed by a team led by Clorox chairman and CEO Don Knauss and former Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream boss T. Gary Rogers – with the blessing of Oakland Mayor Jean QuanRead more here.

Oakland As Port of Oakland Ballpark Rendering

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A’s to Press Owners on Move?

Some sources are saying the Oakland A’s will pressure owners to make a decision on the team’s desired move to San Jose at next month’s owner’s meeting, but other sources are saying they’ll continue to patiently wait for a decision.  Read more here.

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San Jose City Council Vote Bolsters Chances for A’s Ballpark

The City of Jose (CA) City Council voted on Tuesday to approve the sale of two parcels of downtown land for $20 million that will be used to pay for the last few parcels of land for a proposed new ballpark for the Oakland A’s.  Read more here.

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