The Oakland A's are the best team in baseball this year. Maybe that's why they're considering a move from one of the sport's most outdated stadiums, the Oakland County Coliseum (AKA the Overstock.com Coliseum). According to the San Francisco Chronicle, A's owner Lew Wolff has begun talks with an architect to build a stadium at the Coliseum site. The team just signed a 10-year contract with the Oakland Coliseum board to stay on the site at least through 2018. "I've always loved Oakland. I love our fans. But we need a new venue," Wolff told the Chronicle. Other groups of investors have proposed stadia at Howard Terminal on the Oakland waterfront and in San Jose, but the new contract seems to solidify the team's presence in its current location. Wolff has so far declined to name the architects he's working with on the new stadium. Built in 1966, the Coliseum was last renovated in 1995. The facility, and adjacent Oracle Arena, sit on 132 acres, including 10,000 parking spaces. The A's are one one of a handful of California teams moving, or on the lookout for a new stadium in either football or baseball. The San Francisco 49ers are first: they're moving into their new Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara this fall.