Just hours after the Nevada Senate passed a bill to progress the Oakland Athletics' move to Las Vegas one step closer, A's fans held a 'reverse boycott' at their home game against the Toronto Blue Jays. In a display of support for the team staying in Oakland, fans flooded the ballpark in green and gold, filling the stadium to capacity and making their voices heard.

The Oakland Athletics have been a staple of the city for over half a century. Despite their small budget and lack of success in recent years, the team has developed a dedicated fan base that has stood by them through thick and thin. The idea of the A's leaving Oakland has been met with resistance from many, including the fans, community leaders, and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf.

The fight to keep the A's in Oakland has been ongoing for years, and it reached a critical juncture when the team announced their intention to explore relocation to Las Vegas. The proposal has been controversial, with many feeling that the city of Oakland has been left out of the conversation. However, with the passing of the bill by the Nevada Senate, the A's move to Las Vegas seems more likely than ever before.

Despite this, the A's fans remain undeterred. The '