Former A’s Pitcher Dave Stewart Bids $115 Million For Share of Coliseum
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A previous Oakland Sports gamer is attempting to take the team’s realty plans into his own hands.
Dave Stewart sent a $115 million bid to buy the city of Oakland’s share of the Coliseum site. The former pitcher formerly stated that he and a group of local and national business executives could put a 10% preliminary deposit.
The A’s– now the last professional team to utilize the site after the Golden State Warriors and Oakland Raiders left– acquired half of the Coliseum land stake from Alameda County in 2015 for $85 million.
Stewart’s prepare for the website consist of redevelopment and even a potential new stadium if the team’s current strategies to build a new ballpark near the Port of Oakland fall through.
The city is likewise considering a $92 million quote from a group wanting to bring an NFL group back to Oakland– with the league’s very first Black ownership group. The group consists of NBA agent Bill Duffy and a previous Oakland city supervisor.