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What's wrong with having three NFL teams in LA?
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RE: What's wrong with having three NFL teams in LA?
I can't believe the Raiders and A's still share a stadium. That's crazy this day and age.
02-07-2017 07:14 PM
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RE: What's wrong with having three NFL teams in LA?
Oakland expects Mark Davis & Lew Wolffe to do what Jed York & Peter Magowan did.
02-07-2017 08:02 PM
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What's wrong with having three NFL teams in LA?
Well, Wolff stepped down as managing partner. Presumably that will get the A's behaving more like a real MLB team. But to C2's point, Oakland has been a unique confluence of cash-strapped NFL owner, cheap MLB owner, poor host city, and underperforming teams. Things SHOULD start changing but with the Raiders-to-Vegas deal's (apparent) collapse, the status quo could go on a bit longer.
02-07-2017 08:23 PM
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RE: What's wrong with having three NFL teams in LA?
(02-07-2017 08:23 PM)Brookes Owl Wrote:  Well, Wolff stepped down as managing partner. Presumably that will get the A's behaving more like a real MLB team.

Wolff's role was to convince his old buddy Selig to let the A's build in San Jose, and obviously Wolff failed. Wolff never had any interest in building any stadium that wasn't tied to Silicon Valley real estate development. For that matter, there's little evidence he had any interest in the team other than as a vehicle for Silicon Valley real estate development.
02-07-2017 09:16 PM
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RE: What's wrong with having three NFL teams in LA?
(02-07-2017 09:16 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(02-07-2017 08:23 PM)Brookes Owl Wrote:  Well, Wolff stepped down as managing partner. Presumably that will get the A's behaving more like a real MLB team.

Wolff's role was to convince his old buddy Selig to let the A's build in San Jose, and obviously Wolff failed. Wolff never had any interest in building any stadium that wasn't tied to Silicon Valley real estate development. For that matter, there's little evidence he had any interest in the team other than as a vehicle for Silicon Valley real estate development.

Interesting - and it explains a lot about the A's.
02-07-2017 11:52 PM
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