The complex would include new facilities for the Oakland A’s, Raiders and the Golden State Warriors.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig said Thursday that he plans to retire in January 2015. The 79-year-old Selig’s announcement came just one day after an interview with CBS Sports Radio in which he had some harsh words when it came to the ballpark woes of the Oakland Athletics.
Fans of the Oakland A’s are being asked to arrive to the ballpark a bit earlier, after new security measures were implemented Thursday at O.co Coliseum.
Three vehicles were destroyed at the O.co Coliseum Saturday night and several others damaged when a vehicle that parked near a hot grill from a tailgate party caught fire.
Oakland Athletics outfielder Yoenis Cespedes put on a remarkable show en route to winning the Home Run Derby on Monday night, and now the team will let its fans get a taste of the action.
The Oakland Raiders have one of the oldest and most unsightly stadiums in the NFL today. However, the Silver and Black might be able to ditch the O.co Coliseum—opened way back in 1966 — if they can garner enough support.
That new carpet smell sure was a pleasant one Tuesday, when the A’s began an eight-game homestand.
Officials have a clogged pipe was to blame for a sewage backup at the Oakland A’s stadium over the weekend that created a stink and pools of water in the clubhouses used by the A’s, the visiting Seattle Mariners and the umpires.
A sewage problem at the Coliseum forced the Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners to use the same locker room after Sunday’s game.
Long ago, NFL Commissioner Bert Bell famously said, “on any given Sunday, any team in the NFL can beat any other team.” It’s worth noting that Bell died in 1959, long before the current edition of the Oakland Raiders took the field.