2.8: A's Scoop -- Lew Wolff on stadium issue
Wolff says the club is getting close to a decision from MLB, and that he is not even considering a Plan B.
He's had the -- Oakland since 2005 as a majority owner of the Oakland days but Lew -- wants to move his ball club to San Jose. The San Jose Rotary Club cried wolf Wednesday to here straight from the owner himself knowing that wells' words are not out of left field. As just a month ago commissioner Bud Selig says the -- stadium issue is on the big leagues front burner. We're getting close to either yes or no decision. And I would say couple months can be great. But I can't baseball won't confirm that I think we -- -- and everything we can make an Oakland. And frankly we don't have a another ten years to wait we have no other options that we have no love. In the Bay Area. -- committee -- said hey wait a minute don't father here here's a great locations Gloria and here's the financial plan good. It's not just drying up. So the answer is no this is about it. Stay yeah you can say that yeah routinely I don't know if those -- plan B we call. Yeah I'm not willing to even think about plan B we want a new ballpark for. Historically great team and we'd like to keep the -- BA's -- -- back Coke coliseum expires after the 2012 season but -- season. Has never ended a season of lobbying both the major leagues and the bay area of course support to move to the south bay which may or may not gain steam. If the a's continue to lose on the diamond.