Las Vegas: ‘We’re going to know a lot this summer,’ A’s new ballpark saga drags on

Las Vegas: ‘We’re going to know a lot this summer,’ A’s new ballpark saga drags on

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  • Mick Akers, Las Vegas Review-Journal
April 20, 2022 7:14 PM
  • Mick Akers, Las Vegas Review-Journal

    As the Athletics rang in the first home stand of the 2022 MLB season Monday in Oakland, the “home” part remains in flux for future seasons.

    The A’s took on the Baltimore Orioles at the aging RingCentral Coliseum, a facility both the team and MLB don’t see fit for long-term use.

    As the franchise negotiates a potential $12 billion mixed-use project centered around a $1 billion waterfront ballpark at the Port of Oakland’s Howard Terminal, the team has also been pushing some of its betting chips in Las Vegas’ direction.