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Baseball was also a major factor in the planning of the Coliseum. As early as , the American League publicly indicated that it wished to include Oakland in its West Coast expansion plans.
In , American League president Joe Cronin suggested that Coliseum officials model some aspects of the new ballpark after Dodger Stadium , which impressed him,  though these expansion plans seemed to fade by the middle of the decade.
Plans were drawn for a stadium, an indoor arena , and an exhibition hall in between them. Atkinson Company. Preliminary site preparation began in the summer of Construction began in the spring of The construction schedule was delayed for two years due to various legal issues and cost overruns; the original design had to be modified slightly to stay within budget.
Charlie Finley , owner of the Kansas City Athletics , unhappy in Kansas City, was impressed by Oakland's new stadium and personally convinced to consider Oakland by Nahas.
In its baseball configuration, the Coliseum has the most foul territory of any ballpark in Major League Baseball.
Thus, many balls that would reach the seats in other ballparks can be caught for outs at the Coliseum. From through and in , two football configurations were used at the stadium.
Temporary football bleachers were then added in front of the baseball bleachers to form the sideline on the east visitors' side, and the baseball bleachers were not sold.
Raiders season ticket holders would thus have two season ticket locations in different parts of the stadium that roughly corresponded to the same location in relation to the field.
For more than its first three decades — the stadium was known as Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum. However, following a dispute, a court decision reinstated the Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum name.
In mid, Network Associates was renamed McAfee , restoring its name from before its merger with Network General , and the stadium was renamed McAfee Coliseum accordingly.
McAfee was offered a renewal of the naming contract in , but it was declined. The stadium retained its original name until April 27, , when it was renamed Overstock.
The Coliseum was renamed O. Overstock opted out of the final year on their naming rights deal on April 2, , and the stadium once again became the Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum.
The new stadium would have been located across 66th Avenue from the Coliseum in what is currently an industrial area north of the Coliseum.
The park would have held 35, fans, making it the smallest park in the major leagues. Plans for the Oakland location fell through in early when several of the owners of the land proposed for the new ballpark decided not to sell.
Throughout , the Athletics continued to search for a ballpark site within their designated territory of Alameda County.
Wolff met with the council that day to present his plan to move the A's to Fremont into a soon to be built ballpark named Cisco Field.
Wolff and Cisco Systems conducted a press conference at the San Jose-based headquarters of Cisco Systems on November 14, to confirm the deal, and showcase some details of the future plan.
However, on February 24, , after delays and increased public opposition, the Athletics officially ended their search for a stadium site in Fremont.
During that time, the City of Oakland continued to propose new ballpark ideas that ranged from a proposal to build on a waterfront site in the Jack London Square area called Victory Court to a three stadium proposal called Coliseum City on the Coliseum site.
Both plans went nowhere. The Athletics signed a ten-year lease to stay in Oakland and at the Coliseum on July 22, The deal required that the team look into a new stadium, but only in the city limits, which made it more difficult for the Raiders to tear the Coliseum down for a football-only facility.
The A's began talks with an architect on August 6, , to build a baseball-only stadium at the Coliseum site, according to Wolff.
Going into , John J. Fisher took majority control of the team and made Dave Kaval team president and the person in charge of the stadium hunt.
On September 12, , it was announced that a site near Laney College and the Eastlake neighborhood had been chosen for the new ballpark tentatively called Oakland Ballpark with the A's proposing to construct a 35, seat stadium on the site of the college's administrative buildings which the A's would relocate to a spot of the college's choosing.
The surprised A's were forced to look at alternatives for a new stadium location. On November 28, , the Athletics announced that the team had chosen to build its 34,seat new ballpark at the Howard Terminal site at the Port of Oakland.
The team also announced its intent to purchase the coliseum site and make the site into a tech and housing hub, preserving Oracle Arena and reducing the Coliseum to a low-rise sports park as San Francisco did with Kezar Stadium.
The Athletics' preliminary plans for the Coliseum redevelopment include a large park, surrounded by substantial new housing, including affordable housing, a skills center, community gathering space, office and retail space, and restaurants.
The new park will be anchored by the two focal points of Oakland sports history: Oracle Arena, repurposed as a concert and cultural events center; and the original Coliseum baseball diamond, preserved to inspire the next generation of ballplayers.
Under any such replacement proposals, the Oakland Raiders would have presumably continued to play football in the Coliseum, although there were proposals for the Raiders to play at Levi's Stadium , the home of the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara as well as rumors regarding the Raiders' possible return to Los Angeles.
The Raiders proposed a 50,seat stadium in the same spot of the Coliseum in After the failure of the stadium plan, Raiders owner Mark Davis met with officials with the city of San Antonio on July 29, , to discuss moving the Raiders to the city in time for the season; they would have temporarily played home games at the Alamodome until a new permanent stadium was built.
On September 3, , the city of Oakland claimed it had reached a tentative deal to build a new football stadium in Oakland, which would have resulted in the Coliseum being demolished.
The claim was met with silence from the Raiders, who continued to explore San Antonio, and opposition from Alameda County. Allegiant Stadium will also host the Pac football championship game as well as the annual Las Vegas Bowl.
It will not host baseball games, though, in a boon for a Raiders franchise used to sharing a field with the Oakland A's. The Raiders moved from Oakland to Las Vegas in This is their first season outside of California.
Das O. Mit dem neuen Ballpark als Mittelpunkt soll ein neues Stadtviertel mit Wohnungen, Restaurants und Geschäften entstehen. Der Umzug in die neue Spielstätte ist für geplant.
Schon planten die Athletics den Auszug aus dem Coliseum, doch bisher verlief jeglicher Plan im Sand. From the procurement process to training opportunities and student tours impacting the next generation of builders, efforts were focused on the local Las Vegas community.
Seventy percent of all firms involved on the project were Nevada-based companies and more than 6 million labor hours went into constructing the project.
This project is a game-changer for the City of St. The Arch, with its museum and historical significance, has always been a focal point of the city.
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Oakland finished 4—12, their worst showing since After a late-season loss to the Denver Broncos , a visibly frustrated Callahan exclaimed, "We've got to be the dumbest team in America in terms of playing the game.
The team's fortunes did not improve in Turner's first year. Oakland finished the season 5—11, with only one divisional win a one-point victory over the Broncos in Denver.
During a Week 3 victory against the Buccaneers, Rich Gannon suffered a neck injury that ended his season and eventually his career; he never returned to the team and retired before the season.
After a 4—12 season and a second consecutive last-place finish, Turner was fired as head coach. On February 11, , the team announced the return of Art Shell as head coach.
In announcing the move, Al Davis said that firing Shell in had been a mistake. Under Shell, the Raiders lost their first five games in en route to a 2—14 finish, the team's worst record since Oakland's offense struggled greatly, scoring just points fewest in franchise history and allowing a league-high 72 sacks.
Wide receiver Jerry Porter was benched by Shell for most of the season in what many viewed as a personal, rather than football-related, decision.
One season into his second run as head coach, Shell was fired on January 4, Kiffin coached the Raiders to a 4—12 record in the season.
After a 1—3 start to and months of speculation and rumors, Al Davis fired Kiffin on September 30, Their finish to the season would turn out to match their best since they lost the Super Bowl in the season.
However, they still finished 5—11 and ended up third in the AFC West , the first time they did not finish last since They produced an identical record in ; however, the season was somewhat ameliorated by the fact that four of the Raiders' five wins were against opponents with above-.
At the end of their campaign, the Raiders became the first team in NFL history to lose at least 11 games in seven straight seasons.
In , the Raiders had a better draft than those of the previous years and also cut Jamarcus Russell in May after he showed up to minicamp overweight.
The outlook for the team improved, but it was not apparent after they opened by suffering a 38—13 rout in Tennessee. Returning to Oakland, the Raiders defeated St.
Louis and then lost a 21—20 game in Arizona. After a home loss to Houston, they beat their division rival Chargers 35—27 for the first time in seven years, and then lost the "Battle of the Bay" to San Francisco.
The Week 7 game in Denver set records as the Raiders crushed their division rival with eight touchdowns two passing, five rushing, and one interception return , setting a score of 59—14 for the most points in franchise history.
After beating Seattle 33—3 and then Kansas City 23—20 for a third straight win, the Raiders went into their bye week with a winning 5—4 record.
However, after the bye week, the Raiders fell to Pittsburgh and Miami before beating San Diego and losing to the Jaguars.
A home win over Denver in Week 15 saw the team approach a playoff spot, but faltered in a loss to the Colts which ensured that they would miss the postseason for the 8th straight year.
By beating Kansas City in Week 17, the Raiders became the first team in NFL history to sweep their division and still not make the playoffs. Despite beginning to turn the team around, Tom Cable was fired by Al Davis soon after the season ended for remarking "I finally began to feel that we weren't losers.
The physically frail, but still sharp Davis explained his decision to fire Cable by saying "If. During all this time, Al Davis, who was now past his 80th birthday and in increasingly poor health, refused to hire a general manager or relinquish his absolute control of the team's on-field activities and he continued to make all major decisions regarding draft picks, trades, or signings himself.
He came under fire both for this and for strategies that were out-of-step with the contemporary NFL, in particular, his attempt to recreate the vertical game used by Daryl Lamonica and Jim Plunkett.
Jamarcus Russell was drafted due to Davis's assumption that he had the proper physical traits needed for this style of play. The signing of Randy Moss in also proved a costly mistake that consumed large portions of salary cap space.
With their new coach in place, the team opened in Denver for their first prime-time appearance in three years.
On a rain-slicked Monday night, Oakland won an extremely sloppy game 23—20 after repeated penalties and Broncos mistakes. In Week 2, the Raiders lost a wild shootout match in Buffalo 38—35, beat the Jets 34—24, and then lost to New England 31—19 for a 2—2 start.
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