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Economic Analysis Projects New A's Ballpark In Oakland Would Be Financial Boon For City

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 21 / 17

An economic analysis released by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute yesterday projects that a new A's ballpark "would be a big boon for Oakland," according to a front-page piece by DeBolt & Hickey of the EAST BAY TIMES. A’s President Dave Kaval "called the revenue projection 'an ...

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