These Two Cities Are The Favorites For Oakland A’s Relocation
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
On Tuesday, the Oakland Athletics organization announced they will begin the process of exploring other cities to call home now that it seems a waterfront stadium project isn't progressing... So where will they land?...


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Wait...what happened bro the Expos?? Damn I haven't paid attention to MLB in a long time.
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Further evidence that California, and especially Oakland, is 100% garbage. Thanks Dems.
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Gotta love professional sports leagues. They shite on white people, then demand their money to build new stadiums.
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I can see it now! Future site of the “BLM and ANTIFA Municipal Sports and Peaceful Protest Complex”.
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I am all for it... then we can fill it up with them and demo the stadium with them in it! Like fish in a barrel.
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Who in the hell is gonna finance a new ballpark in a shithole like Oakland.
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Municipalities giving money to multi-billion dollar organizations to play a game is never a win for the taxpayers. I am glad Oakland is taking a stand and hope no other city falls for this extortion scheme.
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Not that I watch much baseball, but Portland is a homeless crack filled dumpster fire. I could see Louisville, Nashville or Charlotte.
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Nashville has almost as many homeless crackheads as Portland.
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Always wonder if the first place expos made a run in the strike season in 94 would they have even left to begin with
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Nashville would be an amazing choice.
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I expect Montreal. Shot in the dark for San Antonio but that'll be fun if it happened.
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All over a measly $12bn. So sad.
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Portland? Wouldn't they burn it down before it was finished??
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Montreal? Seriously? Didnt they have a shot
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New Orleans didn't make the list?
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Thought this too. Only 3 teams in the Deep South (1 if you don’t count Florida). New Orleans is the most obvious spot for an expansion in the region.
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If I were a player I’d want Nashville or San Antonio. No state income taxes.
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There is no win-win in a $12B taxpayer back deal.
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try getting a waterfront park in las Vegas!
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12 billion for a new stadium? If I'm a tax payer in Oakland I'd say good riddance.
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