Arizona Diamondbacks strike deal with county over Chase Field

Chase Field

By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic

Maricopa County has struck a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks over Chase Field that allows the team to immediately begin looking for another home if it drops a lawsuit arguing the county should pay $187 million in repairs, The Arizona Republic has learned.

Under the preliminary agreement, the Diamondbacks would be allowed to start looking for a new place to play immediately.

If the team found a location in Maricopa County, the team could leave Chase Field without penalty in 2022, five years earlier than the team’s current contract.If the new stadium was built on tribal land, the team would pay the same taxes as currently charged at Chase Field.



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