Where will the Oakland A's go? gives OK for Athletics to explore relocation

  • Oakland Athletics Baseball Nothing is A-OK in Oakland.The Oakland Athletics have long been fighting for a new stadium i夜网论坛n the Bay Area, but it seems as though their latest attempts are coming up empty, and it may stay that way. ESPN's Jeff Passan reported Tuesday that has officially given the A's the go-ahead to explore leaving Oakland to find a new home for their squad. "The Oakland Coliseum site is not a viable option for the future vision of baseball," the league said in a statement. "We have instructed the Athletics to begin to explore other markets while they continue to pursue a waterfront ballpark in Oakland."The Athletics need a new ballpark to remain competitive, so it is now in our best interest to also consider other markets." MORE: Why Adam Wainwright has become an complete-game king at 39While there's something charming about the dumpy Oakland Coliseum hosting the rough-and-tumble, scrappy A's, there's no denying that the building is a rotting eyesore of a park. Whatever the reason is for a new stadium not being built, whether it's politics, money, ownership or all of the above, it truthfully isn't a viable venue for pro baseball in 2021.From rooted in Oakland to potentially uprooted in Oakland, here are some of the rumored potential landing spots when, if ever, the A's do pack up and leave the Bay Area.Las Ve[......]

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    Keuchel: This is for good of the greater good of

  • null Baseball Free-agent right-hander Dallas Keuchel has said he isn't backing down as he waits to sign for what he thinks he's worth, and the Yankees apparently are willing to be patient too before making a move on him. Network insider Jon Heyman said Thursday on WFAN that the Yankees are the team most likely to land Keuchel but will wait some three weeks when draft-pick compensation goes away with the 2019 Draft, which begins June 3. MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZNTwo key factors make the Yankees attractive to Keuchel, according to Heyman: He would prefer a large market and, obviously, a chance to win a World Series. “I think the Yankees will be there for Keuchel," Heyman said. "I think at this point there's not a bad chance that the Yankees end up with Keuchel. Keuchel, from what I understand, would love to be in a big market, and the suitors for the most part to this point have not been of that ilk … if I had to pick one team out of the 30 right now, I would go with the Yankees."Yankees will be interested once the draft pick compensation goes away June 2, and belief is, he’d prefer big market (and obviously a chance to win again) https://t.co/qi3yjad9va— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 10, 2019Keuchel remains a free agent, despite winning the AL Cy Young award in 2015 and posting sub-4.00 ERAs[......]

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