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Wolff Announces A's Lease Deal With O.co Coliseum To Surprise Of Local Leaders
Published June 26, 2014
EMPTY PROMISES? CSNBAYAREA.com's Ray Ratto wrote we learned "nothing" from the announcement. It "doesn’t eliminate San Jose if that city wins its suit against MLB." It "doesn’t eliminate Howard Terminal as a potential stadium site." It "doesn’t put the Raiders on notice with Coliseum City." It "doesn’t raise one dime for a new park." It is a "show in which the dog and the pony will be introduced at a mutually beneficial later time." Resolution remains "a distant and almost illusory goal, because a tenant that doesn’t want to stay but has nowhere to go is not exactly a happy guest, and a landlord that talks about building a new high-rise without having the money to rub two re-bars together is not exactly a landlord who provides confidence" (CSNBAYAREA.com, 6/25).