One franchise’s challenge: Amid rising sea levels, build a stadium to last 100 years. A number of American pro sports venues could be vulnerable to rising waters brought on by climate change, including Citi Field in New York (home of MLB’s Mets); Oracle Park in San Francisco (MLB’s Giants); American Airlines Arena in Miami (NBA’s Heat); Petco Park in San Diego (MLB’s Padres); TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. (NFL’s Jaguars); and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (NFL’s Giants and Jets). OAKLAND, Calif. — The infield is made of asphalt right now. So are the dugouts, the outfield and the stands. Someday this might be home to a baseball stadium, but today Howard Terminal is little more than a parking lot for 16-wheelers, populated by far more sea gulls than baseball fans. Dave Kaval, the Oakland Athletics’ team president, walks from the gigantic cranes on the water’s edge […]