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Athletics appear close to making Sacramento interim home - ESPN

The Athletics appear close to severing ties with Oakland after 56 years and making a minor league ballpark in West Sacramento their interim home before the expected move to Las Vegas for the 2028 season.

The team met with Sacramento officials Wednesday. According to a report by Sacramento radio personality Dave Weiglein of Sactown Sports, the team will announce its decision to relocate either Thursday or Friday. If the move comes to fruition, the A's will share Sutter Health Park with the San Francisco Giants' Triple-A team, the RiverCats, for up to three seasons beginning next season. There was no indication the A's informed Oakland of their plans.

The A's are facing a tight timeline to decide where they will play after their lease at the Oakland Coliseum ends following this season. Major League Baseball schedules are typically finalized in May and distributed to teams by July. Commissioner Rob Manfred, while refusing to impose a strict deadline on A's owner John Fisher, has repeatedly said that he hopes the team resolves the issue quickly.

Oakland officials and the A's conducted three formal meetings, the most recent one on Tuesday, to discuss extending the lease at the Coliseum, where the A's won four World Series titles. Given the city's distrust of A's management, triggered by the team's decision to enter into an agreement to move to Las Vegas in April 2023 despite being close to finalizing a deal to build a $12 billion waterfront mini-city at Howard Terminal, the negotiations were not always smooth. While the office of Oakland mayor Sheng Thao issued a statement Tuesday night indicating that the city expected further negotiations, the A's suggested that the two sides remained far apart.

Oakland initially offered a