The Oakland Athletics are staying at the plate and swinging away at a new ballpark. Without providing specifics about what, where, when and how, the Major League Baseball franchise will move forward after a critical strikeout last week by the Peralta Community College District Board.
Now that the A’s have struck out with their preferred site for a new ballpark, Oakland officials are hoping they’ll take yet another look at building a new home right where they are — at the Coliseum.
The Oakland Athletics’ plans for a new ballpark just took a major hit, again. Negotiations for the use or sale of the land where the A’s wanted to build their ballpark near downtown Oakland ended suddenly.
Mike Trout can finally get to see his favorite team play on his home field. With back-to-back games on the West Coast, the Eagles are staying in Southern California this week before Sunday’s game against the Rams.
While the Cubs’ front office is focused on finding players for the 2018 season, the next phase of the renovation at Wrigley Field is underway.
During the 1982 season, the Green Bay Packers played more games in Milwaukee than they did in Green Bay. You could look it up.
They don’t yet own the land, but the Oakland A’s now have their design lineup to start the planning efforts on how to fit a ballpark between Lake Merritt and an elevated freeway.
As football at Fenway Park becomes a more annual occurrence, could UMass also become a more regular playing partner? It’s certainly possible, according to Fenway Sports Management Managing Director Mark Lev.
Back in the day, before the video boards or the LED boards or the lights or the bleachers, Wrigley Field was a ballpark that could expand and contract at a moment’s notice.
For second time ever, the Houston Astros have made it to the World Series. And if you’re wanting to catch a home run ball from the Series, you’ll have to pay a hefty price for the seats.