Deal with county allows Diamondbacks to start looking for new ballpark in metro Phoenix (including tribal land)

The Arizona Diamondbacks and Maricopa County have reached a tentative deal to resolve their fight over $185 million in repairs and the team’s lease at Chase Field.

The deal, which still needs to be approved by the county, gives the D-backs control over the county-owned ballpark. The baseball team assumes responsibility for repairs, renovations and event booking at the downtown Phoenix ballpark.

The Chase Field deal also gives the D-backs the ability to start looking at rebuilding the 20-year-old…

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