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SBD/March 3, 2011/Facilities
Wolff Says A's Could Move To San Jose Three Years After MLB Approval
Published March 3, 2011
HEARD THIS ALL BEFORE: In Oakland, Gary Peterson wrote Wolff's comments continue the "never-ending story," and "frankly, it's losing its charm." There are, however, "two new elements to this year's version." The A's are "coming off their most inspiring offseason in years from a pure baseball standpoint," and San Jose officials are "now far enough along in the professional relationship with Wolff that they might be wondering what kind of business partner this fellow is going to be." Peterson wrote, "Wolff has been, for the time being, outflanked by the Giants. Why do the Giants want to stop the A's from moving to San Jose? Because they can" (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 3/2).