(AP) — Oakland is pitching five sites as potential homes for a new stadium for the A’s.
The Oakland Tribune reported Thursday that it had obtained a city report submitted to team officials in November that identified the five sites. They include two on a college campus and one at a U.S. Postal Service facility.
The newspaper said A’s co-owner Lew Wolff declined to discuss the sites. But he said the team was continuing to take a second look at possible stadium locations in its territory.
The A’s attempts to move to San Jose were blocked because the San Francisco Giants have rights to that territory.