Reporter Yoon-Jun Ko = As the lease between the Baltimore Orioles and Camden Yards, their home stadium, is about to end, news of an extension contract is being heard.
The local media’Baltimore Sun’ said on the 2nd (Korean time), “According to sources, the Baltimore club recently rejected a five-year contract extension. The club wants and plans to sign a more long-term and comprehensive arena contract,” he said.
Baltimore has used Camden Yards as their home field since 1992. And the lease agreement expires at the end of this season. Until then, there must be a new contract and it seems that it will be signed. 메이저사이트
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore said the development of the Camden Yards complex as a sports tourism precinct would create a decades-long public-private partnership. The report did not mention a decision related to a five-year contract extension.
Baltimore currently wants him to sign a contract for at least 10 to 15 years, and we’re guessing an announcement will be made around mid-July, around the All-Star break.
If both sides sign a contract smoothly, there will be less worry about the transfer of ointment. If the negotiations are prolonged, there is an opinion that a one or two year extension contract may be signed.
The Angelos family, which owns the club, emphasized that there would be no transfer of the ointment, but there were also predictions that the ointment could be transferred due to court issues and contract expiration within the family. Baltimore fans are watching the negotiations with bated breath.