FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2017 file photo, an area adjacent to the Peralta Community College District headquarters is seen in Oakland, Calif. The Oakland Athletics are left to consider yet another site to build a new ballpark after the team's top choice of location near Laney College fell through with the board of Peralta Community College District. A's President Dave Kaval and his team had considered this the top spot and had engaged in conversations with community members, officials and business owners in the area in hopes of building a privately financed ballpark to open as soon as 2023.
FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2017 file photo, an area adjacent to the Peralta Community College District headquarters is seen in Oakland, Calif. The Oakland Athletics are left to consider yet another site to build a new ballpark after the team's top choice of location near Laney College fell through with the board of Peralta Community College District. A's President Dave Kaval and his team had considered this the top spot and had engaged in conversations with community members, officials and business owners in the area in hopes of building a privately financed ballpark to open as soon as 2023. Ben Margot, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2017 file photo, an area adjacent to the Peralta Community College District headquarters is seen in Oakland, Calif. The Oakland Athletics are left to consider yet another site to build a new ballpark after the team's top choice of location near Laney College fell through with the board of Peralta Community College District. A's President Dave Kaval and his team had considered this the top spot and had engaged in conversations with community members, officials and business owners in the area in hopes of building a privately financed ballpark to open as soon as 2023. Ben Margot, File AP Photo

Proposed site for A's ballpark falls through

December 06, 2017 02:14 PM

UPDATED December 06, 2017 02:15 PM

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