OAKLAND, CA – APRIL 1: Oakland Athletics Vice President and General Manager Billy Beane speaks during a news conference announcing Lew Wolff as the new owner and managing partner of the Athletics on April 1, 2005 in Oakland, California. Major League Baseball approved the sale of the Athletics on March 30th to a group headed by Wolff which includes his son, Keith Wolff, and billionaire John Fisher, son of Gap founder Donald Fisher. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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