The Oakland Athletics aren’t for sale, according to owner Lew Wolff, adding that no prospective buyer has contacted him.
“No one has contacted me,” Wolff told the Oakland Tribune in a phone interview. “It’s not for sale, but no one has contacted me. Someone made that story up, I think.”
It was reported yesterday that two potential suitors had approached MLB about their interest in the A’s: a group that had fallen out of the bidding for the Los Angeles Dodgers and a group led by a Silicon Valley investor who already owned a Minor League Baseball team.
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