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Dave Kaval on The Drive - 11/18/16

New President of the Oakland Athletics, Dave Kaval, comes on The Drive to share his aspirations for the future of the A’s organization.

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Work To Do; The Drive - 11/18/16


Dave & Nate talk Kings vs Clippers tonight, the Oakland A’s and their new management, and MLB MVP’s for today’s Morning Brew. Then, the guys talk about the Sacramento Kings and what classifies a bandwagon fan. 207 more words


Oakland A's breaking news: Wolff out - Fisher in as managing partner

by Charlie O. Mallonee

Major leadership transition announced

The Oakland Athletics announced on Thursday a major leadership change will be taking place within the organization. Managing partner Lew Wolff will become Chairman Emeritus and majority owner John Fisher will become the managing partner. 465 more words


Oakland A's Analysis and commentary: Wolff retires, big changes coming to A's front office Crowley out and Kaval named new team president

by Jerry Feitelberg

OAKLAND–The Oakland A’s announced that Lew Wolff, the general managing partner, was stepping down from his post. Also, Lew will be selling most, but not all, of his A’s stock. 165 more words

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Athletics' Lew Wolff Steps Down, John Fisher New Managing Partner

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Lew Wolff is selling all but a small stake in the Oakland Athletics and giving up his managing partner role, turning over leadership of the franchise to John Fisher as the club seeks a new ballpark location. 498 more words


Lew Wolff steps down meaning A's could get better?

John Fisher and Dave Kaval named Managing Partner and President, respectively, as Lew Wolff and Michael Crowley transition to new roles. pic.twitter.com/oDCiml8Bqd

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Owner Lew Wolff Selling His Stake In The Oakland A's

OAKLAND (CBS SF & AP) — Real estate developer Lew Wolff, who has been the managing partner of the Oakland Athletics since 2015 and an owner since 2005, is selling the majority of his stake in the team and stepping down from his leadership role. 572 more words