SAN FRANCISCO — Oakland Mayor Ronald Dellums and civic boosters publicly unveiled three stadium sites they’ve been pitching to Major League Baseball in an attempt to keep the Oakland Athletics in California’s eighth-largest city.

The mayor didn’t offer exact financial details of the stadium proposals. The team and the baseball league would pay for the stadium, he said. But the city — which has struggled with sharply declining general fund revenues over the past year — would use some redevelopment dollars to fund infrastructure and parking improvements.

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