Oakland A's move to Las Vegas in flux as Nevada Legislature adjourns
A plan to help build a stadium for the Oakland Athletics in Las Vegas is in flux after Nevada lawmakers adjourned their four-month legislative session.
Oakland A's Nevada ballpark: Will taxpayers foot the bill?
At midnight Monday, the Oakland A's will know if they can count on Nevada and its taxpayers to support their move to Las Vegas.
Former SF Giants manager Roger Craig dead at 93
Roger Craig, manager of the San Francisco Giants for eight years, has died.
Clayton Kershaw disagrees with Dodgers inviting Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, report says
Clayton Kershaw says he disagrees with the Los Angeles Dodgers’ decision to welcome Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at the team’s Pride Night.
Nevada lawmakers question worth of subsidizing proposed Oakland A's stadium on Las Vegas Strip
Stadium subsidies for teams in cities from Buffalo, New York, to Arlington, Texas, have sparked similar heated discussions in statehouses across the country in recent years.
New developments reveal the A's no longer appear to be rooted in Oakland
The future of the A's in Oakland remains uncertain, and further developments are expected as discussions and negotiations continue.
First look at A's proposed ballpark in Las Vegas
The Athletics on Friday released the first renderings of the team's proposed ballpark at the Tropicana Las Vegas.
A’s, Nevada reach tentative agreement for new ballpark
Republican Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo announced Wednesday a tentative agreement between his office, legislative leaders in the state and the Oakland Athletics for a stadium funding plan after weeks of negotiations over how much public assistance the state will contribute to a $1.5 billion ballpark in Las Vegas, according to a joint statement.
Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao reflects on first 150 days in office, addresses challenges moving forward
Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao is entering his sixth month in office. As she deals with a historic $360 million budget deficit and other challenges moving forward, we asked her to evaluate her first 150 days leading the city.
Glen Kuiper, Oakland A's announcer, fired after uttering racial epithet
Glen Kuiper, a longtime broadcaster calling Oakland Athletics games, was terminated after saying a racial slur during a live broadcast earlier this month.
Oakland A's face more challenges with Las Vegas move
The Oakland A's are running into additional funding problems as they try to make a move to Las Vegas.
Pitcher accidentally kills bird with pregame throw at Oakland Coliseum
While warming up in the outfield before Arizona’s game at Oakland on Wednesday, Gallen threw a curveball that hit a bird in midflight, killing the animal.
A's now have two 'binding' ballpark agreements
The Oakland Athletics have thrown relocation into chaos with binding themselves to a second stadium location in Las Vegas with time running out to get it officially approved and funded.
Mother of LA Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw dies
Marianne Tombaugh died Saturday, according to Ellen Kershaw. The pitcher’s wife mentioned it during the dedication of a refurbished youth baseball field in Inglewood that his charity foundation supported.
Agreement set to expire between Port of Oakland and A's
The Athletics' exclusive agreement with the Port of Oakland to build at Howard Terminal is set to expire on Friday.
Vida Blue, the legendary Oakland A's pitcher, has died
Vida Blue, the legendary Oakland A's pitcher of the 1970s, passed away Saturday night, his family and the A's have confirmed.
Oakland A's announcer suspended for using racial slur during broadcast
After appearing to utter a racial slur during a live broadcast Friday night, Oakland A's announcer Glen Kuiper has apologized.
Oakland A's have not presented 'concrete plan' to Nevada lawmakers; time running out
The A's have not yet asked Nevada lawmakers to approve a half billion dollar tax package to help pay for the $1.5 billion ballpark. And time is running out.
A's fans stage protest calling for new ownership
A's fans staged a protest on Friday at the team's first home game in Oakland since the announcement that they are heading to Vegas.
MLB commissioner: 'Sorry’ for Oakland fans; A’s can compete in Vegas
Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says he feels "sorry for the fans in Oakland" about the Athletics’ plans to relocate to Las Vegas but denies claims by Oakland’s mayor that the franchise used negotiations with the city as leverage.