A's Sue State Agency, Blast Oversight Of Steel Company Near Howard Terminal Ballpark SiteThe Oakland A's quest for a new ballpark along the waterfront is now heading to court.
Oakland A's President Promises First Pitch To Coronavirus PatientWe don't know when the Major League Baseball season will begin, but when it does, we know who will be throwing out the first pitch on opening day for the A's at the Oakland Coliseum.
A's Offer To Buy Out Coliseum Site From OaklandThe Oakland A's have offered to buy out both halves of the 112 acre Oakland Coliseum site, hoping to smooth a dispute with the city and speed along their efforts to build a new waterfront ballpark.
A's President Works Angles Towards Getting New StadiumThe recent move by the Oakland A’s to make more upper level seats available at low prices was aimed at pleasing fans, but it also had a political component.
Oakland A's Will Remove Third Deck TarpsThe Oakland Coliseum will feel bigger when the A's play the Houston Astros on April 14. The team plans to remove the green tarps that have covered the entire third deck since 2006.
Now batting for the Oakland Athletics…Dave KavalNot exactly a household name. That’s why new A's president Dave Kaval fits in so perfectly with the A’s line-up, right?
Major League Soccer All-Stars To Play Against Arsenal In San JoseMajor League Soccer All-Star players have descended on San Jose to play against London's Arsenal team.
Earthquakes Team President 'Appalled' By Player's Anti-Gay SlurEarthquakes president Dave Kaval said Monday that Alan Gordon's actions have let down the team's fans and he will do whatever is necessary so the team can be "viewed as a beacon of diversity, community, and equality."