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A's Seeking 10-Year Lease At O.co Coliseum, But City Wants Raiders Deal First

04 / 16 / 14

The A's "appear resigned to staying put" at O.co Coliseum, and "are in negotiations" for a 10-year lease extension, according to Matier & Ross of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The deal calls for the team to make "nominal rent payments in return for the A's paying" for $10-$12M in stadium improvements. The...

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04/14/95
GIANTS AND WARRIORS MEET TO DISCUSS NEW ARENA

At the "urging" of San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan, Giants officials met yesterday with new Warriors owner Chris Cohan and President Andy Dolich to discuss a possibile Mission Bay arena site. The Gia

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04/13/95
THESE SEATS AREN'T BAD, BUT WHY IS THIS GUY'S HEAD IN MY WAY

Up to 800 new seats at Candlestick Park will be replaced after both rows were installed at the same level "making it difficult for those sitting in the back row to see the field," according to Diana W

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04/13/95
SILVERDOME'S LEASE HAS LIONS BY THE MANE

The Lions'' lease at the Silverdome is profiled by Keith Gave in today''s DETROIT FREE PRESS. Describing themselves as a "tenant-held-hostage," the team is threatening to move out of the Silverdome an

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04/13/95
IN AN ABOUT-FACE, CARTER NOW WISHES TO KEEP REUNION STANDING

Mavericks Owner Donald Carter has changed his position on tearing down Reunion Arena. Carter, who had said that keeping Reunion "would detract from a new arena" to be built nearby, now says destroying

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04/13/95
KASTEN DISCOURAGES EFFORTS TO SAVE OLD STADIUM

Braves President Stan Kasten "discouraged" an effort to save Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, claiming that the team''s new lease with the Olympic stadium "would be jeopardized unless the existing facil

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04/13/95
BEARS MAKE IT OFFICIAL -- THEY WANT OUT OF THEIR DEN

Bears President Michael McCaskey announced the team''s latest proposal to move from Soldier Field. The plan calls for a $285M, 74,000-seat stadium financed primarily by public funds to be located at o

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04/12/95
LOCALITIES WEIGH HOTEL TAXES FOR STADIUM PROJECTS

BOSTON: Despite warnings from lawmakers "that private revenue must be firmly in place for the project to be approved," MA Gov. William Weld vowed yesterday to veto any new hotel or other taxes to pay

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04/12/95
RAIDERS MAY HAVE NEW HOME PENDING RAMS DECISION

The Raiders are waiting for the league''s decision today on the Rams move to St. Louis to see if they can move into a new stadium at Hollywood Park. The Raiders and Hollywood Park have reached an agre

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04/12/95
SUITE SALES MOVING SLOW AT REBUILT COLISEUM IN SEATTLE

The SuperSonics are having difficulty selling luxury boxes in the rebuilt Coliseum, according to the SEATTLE TIMES. Sales of the suites were to be completed in January and precede the sale of club sea

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04/11/95
BEARS LOOKING TO HIBERNATE IN THE SUBURBS

Sources familiar with plans to move the Bears to a new stadium say that team President Michael McCaskey is looking at three suburban sites -- two in DuPage County and one in Cook County. Although spec

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