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A'S STILL FOR SALE, BUT THEY'LL PLAY IN OAKLAND IN '95
Published October 19, 1994
In announcing the re-signing of manager Tony LaRussa yesterday, A's CEO Wally Haas also acknowledged that the team will remain in Oakland through 1995. But Haas said that the A's still remain on the market and would continue to search for a prospective buyer. Haas did not waive the December 6 deadline that has been given to Alameda County officials to find a buyer committed to keeping the team in Oakland. Oakland Coliseum Board Member James Vohs said he remains "optimistic" a buyer can be found by the deadline (Larry Slonaker, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 10/19).