Oakland ballpark backers tout waterfront site

Imagine AT&T Park flanked by giant shipping cranes - that's pretty much the vision A's boosters have for a 38,000-seat ballpark at the Port of Oakland, just west of Jack London Square. The $500 million waterfront ballpark is being proposed by a team led by Clorox chairman and CEO Don Knauss and former Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream boss T. Gary Rogers - with the blessing...
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December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Oakland gets good news for new A’s stadium after port settlement

Oakland’s Board of Port Commissioners finally, after much delay, voted to approve a port settlement, clearing a major hurdle for a potential new A’s stadium in the city near Jack London Square. From the Tribune: The settlement, which won’t be finalized until the seven-member Board of Port Commissioners votes to approve it a second time later this month, stems from a battle...
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July 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Its Time To Bring The (Throwback) Jersey Back Into The Wardrobe Arsenal

If you have free internet at your location along with either decent coffee and/or food and are within walking distance to my home in Oakland, I will frequent your place constantly. From the Sweet Bar Bakery, a chill locale with huge windows bringing in sunlight, to Cafe Lizzi in Jack London, where I can get [...]The post Its Time To Bring The (Throwback) Jersey Back Into The Wardrobe...
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July 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Updates on A’s new stadium situation

There’s been another delay on the decision to free up land that could be used as a potential future site for a new A’s stadium in Oakland. Oakland’s Board of Port Commissioners were originally supposed to decide on approval for a legal settlement that would open waterfront property near Jack London Square. The board postponed its decision to July 11. The proposal, however...
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July 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Bay Area 2024 It Can Happen

Olympics – Bay Area – 2024.  Why not? Well, okay, sure, there are a ton of reasons why not.  But let’s focus on the why. The Bay Area has a huge advantage over most other Olympic venues, mostly because such a large number of venues already exist.  Stadiums and arenas are all over the area.  The amount of construction required for athletic events wouldn’t nearly match...
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August 13, 2012  |  Discuss

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