OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) --Outgoing Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig was in Oakland Tuesday as part of his farewell tour of all major league ballparks. Selig addressed the media, flanked by A's co-owner and longtime friend, Lew Wolffe.
Selig says he is happy the A's worked out a long-term lease with the city to keep the team in Oakland, but he added, more needs to be done. "This team needs a new ball park, I know I said it the last time I was here, my only comparison is County Stadium and Shea Stadium, and for those of you in this room, that's not a compliment."
Selig didn't comment on rumors about the A's possibly moving to San Jose because of a lawsuit filed by South Bay leaders.