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The A's attempted journey to San Jose continues at the speed of Pablo Sandoval...In other words, the slowness of the process continues to be maddening and ridiculous. But now, at long last, comes a development that might truly shake up the landscape.
Oakland city officials have apologized to A's co-owner Lew Wolff and admitted that they were wrong when they accused him earlier this week of not forwarding a letter to them that requested a lease extension at the Coliseum, the Trib reports. On
While negotiations to keep the A's in Oakland for another five years are expected to be fierce, they might not match the intensity of a dispute this week between top city officials and team owner Lew Wolff. Wolff was furious to learn that City
City leaders and community representatives met three times this week to discuss changes to the monthly street festival after a gunbattle at this month's event killed an Oakland teenager and injured three others. After a meeting on Tuesday,
Font Resize Bay Area News Group staff and wire The Oakland A's have asked to keep playing their home games in the Coliseum for the next five years, The Los Angeles Times reported Friday. A's owner Lew Wolff reportedly sent a letter to the Coliseum
Angered by my mention of him in an earlier column as a "big problem" facing Oakland, the A's baseball owner sent me an e-mail, written in all caps. I had been very unfair, he wrote, to include him in a list of problems that included Oakland's high
Back in the 1960s, liberal anti-war and civil-rights groups complained -- justifiably it turned out -- that cops and other government snoops were monitoring their activities to intimidate them. Fast-forward to present-day San Jose, long ruled by
San Jose hotel owner and Bay Area sports titan Lew Wolff spoke out Thursday against a ballot measure that would raise the minimum wage in the city...Claire, two of the city's downtown crown jewels, said he's not against uniform higher wages. But
Most teams try to sell as many tickets as they can, especially during the playoffs...A's management said Friday they plan not to sell 20,878 of the Coliseum's 55,945 seats next week for the A's division showdown with the Detroit Tigers .
We watch sports because every now and then, when you least expect it, you see something like this. You see Billy Beane, the A's general manager who was portrayed by Brad Pitt in a movie, being doused with beer like John Belushi in the frat-house-like