All MLB owners agree to move one team

Athletics' Unanimous Approval: MLB owners voted in favor of the Athletics' move from Oakland to Las Vegas, with unanimous approval.

Lease Expires in 2024: The Athletics' current lease at the Coliseum ends in 2024, raising questions about where they'll play until their new Las Vegas stadium is ready in 2028.

Temporary Locations: Potential interim home scenarios include sharing the Giants' Oracle Park, using their Triple-A stadium in Las Vegas, or extending the current lease temporarily.

New $1.5B Stadium Planned: The Athletics plan to build a $1.5 billion stadium on the Las Vegas strip at the Tropicana Casino site, but it won't be ready until the 2028 season.

Tax Provision for Owner: Team owner John Fisher could face heavy taxes on a quick sale for profit after the move, benefiting the other 29 MLB franchises.

First Relocation Since 2005: If the move happens, it'll be the first relocation of a major league team since the Expos moved to Washington, D.C., in 2005.

Losses for Oakland: The move marks the end of a 55-year run in Oakland, making it the third major sports franchise loss for the city after the Warriors and the Raiders.

Las Vegas Sports Hub: Las Vegas gains another professional sports team, adding to the Raiders and NHL's Golden Knights, becoming a growing sports hub.

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