LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Two cities in the Nevada say they've been in talks with the Arizona Diamondbacks about the team relocating.
A spokesperson for both Las Vegas and Henderson confirmed those talks Thursday, though they couldn't elaborate on the discussions or say whether any decisions had been made.
In a statement, the Diamondbacks said: “We’re focused on Arizona and a local solution and have not made any determination on the future stadium site for D-backs.”
A copy of the "confidential" agreement between Las Vegas and the Diamondbacks asks for some business information to stay secret. It also doesn't obligate the city, or city council, to pay for anything or take any action.