Las Vegas is providing full support to the Oakland Athletics if the team decides to move to Sin City.
The A’s have been trying to build a new stadium in Oakland for years, but have been unable to come to an agreement with local officials. As a result, the team has been exploring other options, including a potential move to Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has now made it clear that the city is ready and willing to welcome the Athletics. In a statement, Goodman said, “Las Vegas stands ready to welcome the A’s with open arms. We have the perfect location for a new ballpark, and our city is prepared to provide the team and its fans with full support.”
The A’s have yet to make a decision on their future, but it is clear that Las Vegas is ready and willing to host the team. The city has made it clear that they are prepared to provide the team with the necessary infrastructure and resources to make a move successful.
Las Vegas has become a popular destination for professional sports teams in recent years, with the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights and the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders both calling the city home. If the A’s were to move to Las Vegas, they would be joining a growing list of professional sports teams in the city.
The A’s are still hoping to stay in Oakland, but if they can’t or won’t, Las Vegas is ready and willing to provide full support to the team. It remains to be seen what the team’s ultimate decision will be, but it is clear that Las Vegas is ready and willing to welcome the A’s with open arms.