Oakland Alameda County Coliseum 1977 to 1995 - Oakland, California
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Oakland Alameda County Coliseum - Opened in 1966 and still in use. Original name is Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 1966 - 1998, 2004-2011. Network Associates Coliseum 1998-2004, Mcafee Coliseum 2004-2008 and Overstock.com Coliseum 2011- present (shortened to O.co Coliseum. Main tenants are / were The Oakland Athletics 1968 - present. Oakland Raiders 1966 - 1981, 1995 - present, Oakland Invaders (USFL) 1983 - 1985.

Location - 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland California. Just north of the Oracle Arena.
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Rick Miller in the cage. 8/77


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The "Rooster" Rick Burleson. 8/77


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Yaz and Dewey Evans around the cage. 8/77


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Bernie Carbo. Bernie used to have a barber shop in Wyandotte Michigan. He actually cut my hair when I was in Detroit.


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GOD...err Carl Yastrzemski.


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Rick Miller with Carlton Fisk over his left shoulder.


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Dwight Evans. The second best arm I ever saw in Right Field... the best? Roberto Clemente....


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Carlton Fisk


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Butch Hobson


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Denny Doyle


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Butch Hobson


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Jim Rice


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Jim Rice


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Jim RIce


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Carlton Fisk


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Looks like Yaz just chopped Rick Miller's head off....


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Rick Burleson. Notice that there are hardly any people in the stands. The paid attendance was a mere 6,331, but I doubt there were that many there.


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Yaz.....


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Bernie Carbo


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Bernie Carbo rounding the bases after hitting one out.


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Fred Lynn


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Jerry Tabb


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To show you how CHEAP Charlie Finley was, he would not turn the scoreboards on till the game started. 8/77


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Fred Lynn heading to the outfield. Notice the scoreboard on the middle deck to the left. It is not on. Due to how cheap Charlie Finley was. Number 35 is the late Johnny Pesky.


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Don Aase on the mound.


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Carlton Fisk and the late Willie Crawford.


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Notice the stands...empty. This was in the days that the Coliseum was referred to as the Oakland Mausoleum.


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Bill Campbell.


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Ray Fosse and Frank Thomas. 5/95


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Tony LaRussa and Gene Lamont. 5/95


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"Batman" Robin Ventura.


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Tim "Rock" Raines.


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Harold Baines.


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Frank Thomas.


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Alex Fernandez.


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Ruben SIerra.


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Todd Van Poppel


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Tim Raines


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Ozzie Guillen


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Wilson Alvarez


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Ray Fosse and Greg Papa in the booth.


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