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Diamondbacks’ Hall seeks to forge new future for Chase Field

Chase Field, home of Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks

  • After gaining the legal right to look around Maricopa County for a new stadium, MLB club now focusing more of their efforts on current facility
  • Franchise has become very aggressive booking non-baseball events
  • Diamondbacks president and CEO has faced both his own cancer fight and that of his wife
Derrick Hall, president and chief executive of Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks, has had his plate full recently, what with another Major League Baseball season coming and the team’s first-ever trip to play regular-season games in Mexico City April 18-19 against the San Diego Padres.

At the same time, the club is trying to make a decision about remaining long-term at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix, having only recently taken over the maintenance and booking of non-baseball events in the 22-year old facility.

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