The Oakland Athletics have whittled down the number of possible ballpark sites in the Las Vegas Valley with hopes of releasing a list of finalists in the near future.
As the Oakland Athletics ballpark saga continues on parallel paths in Oakland and Las Vegas, team officials will again be in the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday.
The Oakland A’s push to land a Bay Area ballpark hit another snag after the Alameda County administrator expressed hesitancy to opt into a proposed tax district to help fund it.
Team owner John Fisher and president Dave Kaval made the rounds Wednesday-Friday, meeting with various movers-and-shakers in the Las Vegas Valley, including Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Team owner John Fisher and A’s President Dave Kaval plan to be in the Las Vegas Valley Wednesday through Friday, a team spokesperson confirmed Tuesday.
Bonanza High School product Kris Bryant, who was traded to the San Francisco Giants from the Chicago Cubs this season, said Las Vegas deserves a major league team.
Athletics president David Kaval said Friday he plans to visit Las Vegas again in the near future as the major league baseball team continues conversations that would keep the franchise in Oakland.
Following the Oakland Athletics disagreeing with the city council’s term sheet July 20 for the proposed Howard Terminal ballpark site the two sides are in talks trying to smooth out the team’s issues.
Oakland Athletics officials have made four trips to Las Vegas to scout potential stadium locations and meet with political and business leaders.
Oakland Athletics’ President Dave Kaval and crew toured various sites mainly around the Resort Corridor and Summerlin on their latest trip, getting a new feel for the sites with an architect along for the trip.
The Oakland Athletics’ possible path to Las Vegas got a bit clearer Tuesday as the team’s proposal for a Bay Area waterfront ballpark was not approved by the Oakland City Council.
San Francisco-based art director Kyle Tellier imagined what the uniforms and logos might look like — two years ago. Now a move is possibly in the works.
Despite ongoing talks, there’s still big gaps in off site infrastructure and community benefits aspects between the A’s and city of Oakland’s proposals.
As an important vote looms on a proposed waterfront ballpark, Oakland A’s fans are hoping for the best as they don’t want to lose the area’s only remaining pro sports team.
Oakland Athletics President Dave Kaval said momentum in Southern Nevada is building as the team explores possible relocation to the area.