Athleticsexecutive vice president Billy Beane has his eye on two prizes: Succe sfully rebuilding the team and creating the ultimate ballpark.Beane said as the organization scouts for the perfect place to build their new stadium, he has already startedon a "full rebuild" of the roster."We need to be disciplined with [a rebuild], particularly with https://www.nationalsedges.com/washington-nationals/joaquin-benoit-jersey how aligned with what we're trying to do in the community as far as a stadium. There's only one way to open a stadium succe sfully, and that's with a good, young team," Beane told reporters, via ESPN.Beane, who has been with Oakland for 20 years, said he has never completely broken down the roster.However, he already appears to have gotten a headstart. RelieversSean Doolittle andRyan Madson were traded to the Nationals for pitchers Blake Treinen and Jesus Luzardo and third baseman Sheldon Neuse.Right-hand starter Sonny Gray is also reportedly being shopped around, as is https://www.nationalsedges.com/washington-nationals/joe-blanton-jersey Jed Lowrie."Really what's been mi sing the last 20 years is keeping these players," Beane said. "We need to change that narrative by creating a good team and ultimately committing to keep them around so that when people buy a ticket, they know that the team is going to be around for https://www.nationalsedges.com/washington-nationals/matt-wieters-jersey a few years."The Athletics have been inOakland-Alameda County Coliseum since 1968, with the stadium being built in 1966. The team currently has narrowed the site for their new stadium to three locations in the Oakland area.