Nope. It's San Jose A's (Athletics). They're contractually obligated to change per their contract with San Jose, and Wolff has now officially stated the name is going to be San Jose Athletics. No at's, of's, or other Anaheim style nonsense. And no Oakland A's (who really play in San Jose) garbage like the Giants, Jets, and soon the 49ers either. And while I understand that might hurt a few militant Oakland fans, it's equally hurtful to me as a long time south bay A's fan who has made the drive to Oakland dozens of times a season for 25 years to hear things like, the team will change, the drive is too far, it's too hard without public transit, San Jose isn't the same area,... etc... I call BS on all of that. If you're a fan you'll find a way to get there since this move is no different than when the Angels moved from Chavez Ravine to Anaheim. It's no different than when the Yankees moved from Manhattan to the Bronx. It's no different than when the Marlins moved from Miami Gardens to Miami this year... I completely agree. I too live in San Jose and I'm also a long-time A's fan. I have no problem driving to Oakland, since I've been going there since I was 5 year's old. Hearing pro-Oakland fans saying that they won't drive to San Jose and support the A's, sickens me. Unfortunately, Lew Wolff will not spend big money on marquee players while the A's remain in Oakland. If true A's fan really want the team to succeed, then they should support the move to San Jose. This situation is the worst thing that could've happened to A's fans, as it has split the fan base. Instead of being pro-Oakland or pro-San Jose, we need to be pro-A's. If we want the A's to be competitive and stay local, San Jose is the way to go.