Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, during his weekly news conference on Thursday, said discussions about building a major league baseball stadium were “very serious.”
“I’m not going to tell you that it’s imminent,” Goodman said to reporters gathered at Las Vegas City Hall.
The mayor, who has seen a professional sports franchise as his legacy, hinted that the discussions were in the early stages and he would assurances that a team would move to Las Vegas if a stadium is built.
But which team?
“I have been advised we are designated an American League city,” he said.
This means either an expansion team or the A's are moving, right?
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