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Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig. (Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Selig ‘Frustrated’ Over Unresolved A’s Ballpark Situation, Reiterates Need For New Stadium

Bud Selig will likely leave his tenure as baseball commissioner early next year with one unsettled situation that has him “frustrated.” The Oakland Athletics still don’t have the new ballpark he says he believes they desperately need.

08/19/2014

A rendering of what a downtown San Jose ballpark would look like. (SJ Redevelopment Agency)

Appeals Court Judges Appear Dubious Of San Jose’s Bid To Lure Oakland A’s

A federal appeals court panel at a hearing in San Francisco Tuesday appeared dubious of a bid by the city of San Jose to reinstate an antitrust lawsuit against Major League Baseball.

08/12/2014

Coco Crisp, Josh Donaldson

San Jose Appeals Ruling On Baseball’s Anti-Trust Exemption In Battle Over A’s

San Jose’s five-year court battle to bring the A’s from Oakland took another legal turn Wednesday when the city filed a federal appeal to the anti-trust case dismissed by a judge last year.

03/06/2014

A rendering of what a downtown San Jose ballpark would look like. (SJ Redevelopment Agency)

MLB Seeks Dismissal Of Suit Over Possible A’s Move To San Jose

A federal judge in San Jose will hear arguments Friday on Major League Baseball’s bid for dismissal of an antitrust lawsuit in which the South Bay city claims the MLB is illegally impeding a possible move by the Oakland A’s to San Jose.

10/02/2013

A rendering of what a downtown San Jose ballpark would look like. (SJ Redevelopment Agency)

San Jose Mayor Reed At ‘Utter Limit’ Of Patience With MLB On A’s Move

San Jose’s mayor says the city decided to file suit against Major League Baseball to clear the field once and for all over a territorial rights issue. However, a court case isn’t likely to be decided for years.

06/19/2013

Intel

Judge Dismisses Claims In Intel Antitrust Lawsuit

The suit alleges that Intel Corp., based in Santa Clara, paid billions in kickbacks to computer makers so that it could dominate the microprocessor market, and that it retaliated against manufacturers who did business with competitors.

12/08/2011

Warriors Grizzlies

NBA Players’ Antitrust Lawsuit Assigned To San Francisco Federal Judge

An antitrust lawsuit filed by locked-out players against the National Basketball Association and its 30 teams was assigned to a federal judge in San Francisco Thursday.

11/17/2011

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