Vimael Machin’s play has caught the attention of the Aviator’s parent club Oakland Athletics, who called up Machin to their roster Thursday afternoon.
Thursday’s vote by the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission allows the A’s pursuit of a new ballpark in Oakland to move forward.
The Oakland Athletics are “cautiously optimistic” heading into Thursday’s key vote on the future use of 56 acres that could be the site of a new ballpark for the A’s.
It’s not just a coincidence that three days before a crucial vote in Oakland news broke that MLB would not charge the A’s a relocation fee if they moved to Las Vegas.
If the Oakland Athletics end up moving to Las Vegas, Major League Baseball wouldn’t charge the team a relocation fee, sources with knowledge of the situation told the Review-Journal.
The Las Vegas native, during a media briefing Wednesday, shared how his rehab assignment has been going. He also shared his thoughts on Triple-A’s new rules and MLB possibly coming to Las Vegas.
Former Bonanza High School star Kris Bryant found himself at Las Vegas Ballpark on Tuesday for another rehab assignment after injuring his lower back April 29.
Whether the Oakland Athletics end up in Las Vegas, one thing is apparent: Major League Baseball has its eye on Southern Nevada.
Kris Bryant of the Colorado Rockies, who is on the 10-day disabled list, will join the Albuquerque Isotopes on Tuesday for a major league rehabilitation stint.
Las Vegas Ballpark is considered one of the best minor league ballparks in the country, but there’s more to it than meets the eye