The Arizona Diamondbacks’ lease at Chase Field runs through 2027, but they can leave as early as 2022 without penalty. (Getty Images) Architect was selected in past few months to develop new ballpark The Arizona Diamondbacks are quietly advancing their plans to develop a new ballpark. They’ve selected HKS, the architect that designed their spring training facility, to plan a stadium to replace Phoenix’s Chase Field, sources said. The decision to go with HKS was made in the past few months after interviews with multiple sports design firms, according to sources familiar with the process. It’s unclear whether the two entities have a signed contract. Derrick Hall, president of the MLB Diamondbacks, and Bryan Trubey, an HKS principal and executive vice president, did not return emails and texts for comment.   The Diamondbacks have been going through the steps for ballpark development after reaching an agreement with Maricopa County a… Continue Reading Sources: Diamondbacks Have Picked HKS

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