UPDATE: Mayor Schaaf Says She Believes Oakland A's Will Stay in TownMayor Libby Schaaf on Wednesday morning reiterated her commitment to keeping the A's in Oakland, saying she hopes the city and the team can make a deal on the Howard Terminal stadium plan.
A's Plan to Reject Oakland's Financial Proposal for New BallparkWhile the Oakland A's and city officials still disagree on several issues regarding the team's proposed ballpark at Howard Terminal, Oakland staff including the mayor are recommending the City Council on Tuesday approve a tentative financial plan for the park.
A's Stadium Battle: Team President, Howard Terminal Critics Dig In As Crucial Vote NearsWhile the Oakland City Council will decide next week whether to approve a deal on a proposed new ballpark for the A's at Howard Terminal, opponents of the plan spoke out Wednesday and the team's president issued an ominous warning.
Manfred: A's Fate In East Bay To Be Decided In Coming Months - 'The Oakland Process Is At An End'Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says the fate of the Athletics in Oakland will be determined in the next few months.
Oakland A's, City Council Still Appear Far Apart On Howard Terminal Stadium AgreementOakland city councilmembers and the city's Major League Baseball team appear to be still far apart on the terms for a new stadium in the city, based on comments at a council study session Wednesday.
COVID Reopening: Oakland A's Host Rangers With Fans In Stands For First Time Since PandemicIt was like the season opener all over again when the Oakland’s RingCentral Coliseum opened with no COVID restrictions, for the first time in nearly 2 years.
Oakland A's Officials To Travel To Las Vegas To Explore Possible RelocationIt's a scenario that is all too familiar to Oakland sports fans. Officials from one of their beloved pro sports franchises traveling to Las Vegas to consider relocating.
City Leaders Seek to Work With A's, Major League Baseball To Keep Team in OaklandLeaders of the Oakland City Council told the head of Major League Baseball Friday in a letter that they are willing to work with the A's baseball team to keep it from moving out of the city.
Major League Baseball Greenlights Oakland A's To Consider RelocatingFrustrated with delays to their plans to build a new waterfront ballpark, the Oakland Athletics have been given a greenlight by Major League Baseball to consider relocating to cities outside of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Oakland Unveils Environmental Impact Report On A's Howard Terminal Stadium ProjectThe City of Oakland moved plans for a waterfront ballpark for the Oakland A's a step further Friday by publishing a draft environmental impact report and setting a public comment period.
A's Win Lawsuit To Fast-Track Howard Terminal Ballpark; Port Tenants File AppealFollowing a court ruling Wednesday, Port of Oakland tenants filed an appeal the same day to keep the Oakland A's at the Coliseum site.
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.
Group Sues To Stop Fast-Tracking Of Proposed A's Stadium At Howard TerminalA coalition has filed a lawsuit aimed at stopping the fast-tracking of an environmental review of the Oakland A's plan to build a new baseball stadium.
New Oakland Port Director Discusses A's Ballpark Proposal In AddressThe new executive director of the Port of Oakland believes the proposed new Oakland A's baseball stadium can be compatible with the port's maritime operations despite concerns raised by union and business leaders.
Judge OKs Oakland Request To Bar Alameda County From Selling Its Share Of Coliseum To A'sA judge on Tuesday granted the city of Oakland’s request for a temporary restraining order barring Alameda County from immediately selling its half ownership of the 155-acre Coliseum complex to the Oakland A’s baseball team for $85 million.