A's Fremont Deal on the Line 

Mayor's race could decide whether baseball team moves south, stays in Oakland, or leaves the Bay Area.

Normally, the Fremont mayor's race would spark little interest outside the city's limits. But not this year. At least not for the Oakland A's, the team's fans, and Oakland residents who hate the idea of the ballclub moving twenty miles south. That's…

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