6.29: San Jose Mayor Reed- Giants keeping SJ rights "unfair"
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed says the Giants maintaining the territorial rights to San Jose is "unfair" based on how the Giants acquired them in the first place.
As you mentioned earlier these territorial rights for first granted the San Francisco Giants franchise back in 92 and Bob worried and the owner of the team was look and a to build a ballpark from a -- for his team away from candlestick first and in -- nine -- in San Jose and later in Santa Clara County in in 92 just fundamentally. What are your thoughts about the concept of the Giants -- those territorial rights since that ballpark obviously was never built for the Giants in the south they and they wound up actually moving from candlestick. Into the city of San Francisco several years later. It's kind of unfair because at that time the a's are willing to allow the Giants have -- territorial rights of the Giants would move away from the days. Instead the Giants move closer they didn't moved to San Jose because we couldn't get the electorate to approve attacks to support it. They know moving closer to the a's so now with the -- wanna move away from the Giants the Giants are serving as territorial rights hardly seems fair and I'm hoping a Major League Baseball we'll -- at the same way as.