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Oakland Athletics’ move to Las Vegas approved by MLB owners

ARLINGTON, Texas − The Oakland Athletics still don’t know exactly where they will play in the next few years, but in 2028 they will become Las Vegas’ first Major League Baseball team.

MLB owners voted unanimously Thursday morning to approve A’s owner John Fisher’s proposed move to move from Oakland to Las Vegas, becoming the third professional sports franchise to leave Oakland in the past five recent years only.

The A’s still have a lease to play at the Oakland Coliseum in 2024, but won’t have a permanent home until 2028, when they are expected to move into a $1.5 billion facility on the Las Vegas Strip.

The A’s have told MLB they plan to play at a series of rotating venues until they move, an MLB owner told USA TODAY Sports on condition of anonymity because the A’s commissioner MLB’s Rob Manfred has yet to publicly address these plans. They will play games in Summerlin, Nev., home of the A’s Triple-A team, at Oracle Park in San Francisco, where the San Francisco Giants play, and perhaps also at the Coliseum.

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