1.29: A's owner Lew Wolff on stadium possibilities
Wally as it made Lanny at player moves this off season the biggest question about this team is -- and what went the whole team. People move to San Jose. It long Werth got scoop -- that that's made managing partner. -- A little luck and watch -- one time leader and Sunday afternoon and he admitted some are upset over recent player trade and it future move but -- that much like it fans. He -- -- current situation was different. But he believes that things will change and an eighth have a new home and any hopes to have the answers before the season starts. Hard to be patient in this case because it hurting is hurting us everywhere. And yet ask all of our staff is not just the players in the on field side that we have a 130 other employees. So we're all trying to do the best we can't him and we're very committed and very appreciative of the fans and stick with us. Hard. But I got that bush. We. Threatened you know some other city we played them silly game which I think is disgusting. It was nobody's called either it -- the ligament. I would say that. The only site that's available to us based on on our analysis and I don't know where baseball is but I I think we would have heard something had a discovered or you -- we can do this -- that. We haven't heard anything. Is that downtown site in San Jose. Well as he has spoken with the Giants about days then they -- said. That the team make every effort to make Fremont their new home when that didn't pan out he's had the Giants made it very clear that they support the Fremont move. But beyond that San Jose is Giants territory and they're ready today and that. I eighth and that I'm Kate longworth Comcast sports net.
Lew Wolff answers questions about the A's plans for a new stadium at FanFest.