Lew Wolff

AT&T Park - San Francisco (Photo by Ron Del Rosario/cbsSF)

A’s, Giants May Share AT&T Park; A’s Owner Says Team Staying Put For Now

Major League Baseball has suggested the Oakland A’s temporarily share AT&T Park with the San Francisco Giants for a couple of years as lease extension talks between the A’s and the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority have stalled.


Fans of the Oakland Athletics hold signs against the move to San Jose during a MLB game at the Oakland Coliseum on September 26, 2010. (Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

State Controller Finds Improper Fund Transfers By SJ Developers For A’s Ballpark

State Controller John Chiang found Thursday that San Jose’s Redevelopment Agency improperly transferred $148.1 million for projects that included land to be given for an Oakland A’s ballpark, but a city official said the ruling does not jeopardize the stadium deal.


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

A’s Owner Reiterates Team Needs New Home In San Jose

Oakland A’s owner Lew Wolff reiterated Thursday that his team needs a new home in the Bay Area and, after looking at the options, he thinks the best choice is San Jose.


O.co Coliseum, Oakland

Phil Matier: A’s To Stay In Oakland For A While

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.


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

San Jose Officials Confident On Ballpark Plans After MLB Meeting

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.


Oakland Athletics A's Logo

A’s Co-Owner Remains Optimistic Of Move At Silicon Valley Conference

Lew Wolff said he is frustrated but will let Major League Baseball take its course regarding a possible move to San Jose.


(Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Major East Bay Corporations Go To Bat For New Oakland Ballpark

Putting their money where their rooting interest is, some major East Bay companies say they’ll support building a new stadium to keep the A’s from leaving Oakland. In fact, they’re even willing to buy the team to keep its current owners from moving it to San Jose.


San Jose ballpark

A’s Push Major League Baseball For Decision On Move To San Jose

After three years, the Oakland A’s have become impatient for a decision from Major League Baseball on whether the team can move to San Jose.


Manager Bob Melvin #6 of the Oakland Athletics takes the ball from pitcher Gio Gonzalez as catcher Kurt Suzuki #8 and the rest to the infield looks on against the Baltimore Orioles in the seventh inning during an MLB baseball game at the O.co Coliseum August 15, 2011 in Oakland. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Phil Matier: Investment Groups Eye The Athletics

Two investment groups have reportedly expressed serious interest in buying the Oakland Athletics and keeping the team in its current home.


Artist rendering of the proposed San Jose Earthquakes stadium. (San Jose Earthquakes/MLS)

Earthquakes Stadium Deal Clears Final Hurdle

The Planning Commission on Wednesday denied an appeal to block construction because of concerns about the bright lights and noise that would emanate from the 18,000-seat stadium.