San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed Thursday expressed frustration at the lack of a decision by Major League Baseball on whether to permit the Oakland A’s to move to his city.
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KCBS, CBS 5 and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier said the team is working on a new lease that could mean they’ll stay in Oakland for a few more years.
Confidence is the key word in San Jose, where local leaders say they’re not concerned about rumors of a new baseball stadium proposal coming out of Oakland.
Ferry service to AT&T Park is clearly a popular option for plenty of game-goers, judging by the packed boats criss-crossing the Bay from Marin to SF.
Commissioner Bud Selig says Major League Baseball is working “at a rather quick pace” to resolve the proposed move the Oakland Athletics to a proposed new ballpark in San Jose.
San Jose is giving the Oakland Athletics up to two years to buy 5 acres of land downtown for a new stadium.
Oakland is moving forward with its plan to keep the A’s in Oakland, as the city council voted 6-2 on Tuesday to green light an Environmental Impact Report for a waterfront ballpark.
Oakland’s community and economic development committee voted 3-1 Tuesday to approve spending up to $750,000 to conduct an environmental impact study for a new baseball stadium for the Oakland A’s along the city’s waterfront.
A proposal to build a 39,000-seat baseball stadium for the Oakland A’s near Jack London Square will be discussed at the Oakland Planning Commission’s meeting Wednesday night.