Oakland Athletics: Lew Wolff Expects to Have 10-Year Lease at O.co Coliseum ‘Soon’

Oakland Athletics  minority owner Lew Wolff said that the team is close to arriving at a 10-year lease extension at the O.co Coliseum, in an interview on Bloomberg TV. In the wide ranging conversation with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle, Wolff also discussed how much money a new stadium could cost  and his view on San Jose’s lawsuit against Major more »

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Mayor Jean Quan Not Exactly on Speaking Terms With Big Players in Oakland Athletics Stadium Situation

Jean Quan, the mayor of Oakland, joined Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game on Wednesday to discuss the ongoing stadium situations for the city’s three professional sports teams, and in the process, revealed some rather alarming details. In a wide-ranging interview, the Mayor dodged several questions thrown her way, and exhibited questionable baseball knowledge, at one point referring to the more »

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Report: Lacob and Other ‘Big-Money Types’ Have Interest in Buying Oakland Athletics From Fisher, Wolff

Joe Lacob, the majority owner of the Golden State Warriors, is interested in buying the Oakland Athletics, as Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News reports. Multiple sources: Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob has had talks with A’s owner John Fisher about Lacob’s interest in buying the A’s… MORE… — Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) April 8, 2014 Of course, there’s always more »

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Oakland A’s: Owner Lew Wolff Had a Busy Weekend

On Saturday afternoon, Lew Wolff, the owner of the Oakland A’s attended the team’s game at the O.co Coliseum, before heading south to watch his other team—the San Jose Earthquakes—pull out a surprise victory at Stanford Stadium in what was yet another compelling installment of the California Clasico. Sitting five rows behind the plate during the A’s eventual 7-1 loss more »

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