The team could be adversely affected by the passage of Proposition B, which would limit the height of new buildings on Port of San Francisco property.
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.
That secret, free, street spot you’ve kept quiet about when you go to a Giants game? Forget about it. Change is coming, baseball fans – so bring some change to AT&T Park.
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.