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Oakland Releases Planning Studies For Coliseum City Despite A's, Warriors' Disinterest
Published August 25, 2014
CALIFORNIA DREAMING? In L.A., Bill Shaikin wrote the ballpark situations in both Oakland and Anaheim "might well go unresolved" before MLB Commissioner Bud Selig leaves office in January. The A's could use the time before Selig's departure "to prepare shiny feasibility studies for Oakland and San Jose, then ask the owners to decide whether all 30 teams would make so much more money with the A's in San Jose that the Giants' territorial rights should be overturned" (L.A. TIMES, 8/24).