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Font Resize The saga goes on and on, seemingly without real developments, except that the lack of development is sort of a large development all itself. The A's want to move to San Jose, are getting more and more frustrated and apparently anguished
The spirit of the 2012 Oakland A's has been captured in a Hollywood movie, but it's not "Moneyball." It's "Major League," the fictional account of a Cleveland Indians team owner who must lower attendance to activate a contractual clause that allows
If somehow, some way Oakland holds on to the A's, Raiders and Warriors, it might be fitting to celebrate at the Denny's by the Coliseum. It was there on an even colder-than-usual January morning that a few super fans read the tea leaves of the Bay
A's managing partner Lew Wolff says the team's stadium issue will not be on the agenda for next week's owners' meetings in Denver. "I don't think it will be on the agenda, otherwise I would have known about it," Wolff said with a chuckle in a phone
As the A's rolled through July, winning games in bunches, with spectacular displays of power and dramatic finishes, they also caused a blurring of lines among their fractured fan base. The die-hards already coming to the Coliseum continue to show up.
The Big Athletic in the Sky sent down a message on a lightning bolt...If Beane and Wolff break up the A's now, they are corrupt frauds with hearts the size of a Sean Doolittle fastball...It would mean more income, short-term, but it would undermine
Knowing that the A's began the millennium as the second-best team in baseball (behind only the Yankees) and that they averaged 95 wins while making five playoff appearances from 2000-2006, this new whiff of hope speaks loudly about the level of
Monday 9th July, 2012 "I believe prosperity comes from an economy that's built on a strong and growing middle class," Obama said at the White House, with people described as working Americans standing ... Monday 9th July, 2012 According to his
More Athletics As the A's pursuit of a new stadium drags on, the city of San Jose is well aware that a lawsuit challenging Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption might be the next step. "We've certainly thought about it," Mayor Chuck Reed said
The Warriors snap their fingers and get instant approval to move from Oakland to San Francisco...Wolff applauded the Warriors' ownership and said, "I think the future potential of the Warriors is huge, and a modern venue will enhance that opportunity.