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HONEY, I SHRUNK THE BALL PARK A'S OWNER DECIDES LESS IS MORE FOR HIS NEW STADIUM
[Broward Metro Edition]
South Florida Sun - Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Author: Berardino, Mike
Date: Jun 3, 2007
Start Page: C.6
Section: Sports
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WHOA, BILLY: Like the Marlins, the A's don't plan to jack up their $65 million payroll upon approval of a new stadium. Even once they make the move, perhaps by 2011, the A's will keep their player outlay in the range of 50 percent of total revenues. "It will be business as usual," A's owner [Lew Wolff] said. "We have a staff, led by [GM] Billy Beane, that is very, very bottom-line oriented. Billy loves doing it that way. Frankly, it's more fun."

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