With 12 days remaining on the May 15 deadline set by San Antonio, Marlins officials are going to view potential sites for the stadium.
Wolff has given the Marlins a May 15 deadline to accept his offer to ask voters to extend a hotel and car rental tax to help finance a stadium.
There probably isn't anything to read into this other than the organization is just fulfilling an agreement set a month ago.
No matter how attractive the site may be, I can't see the Marlins meeting the deadline in twelve days.
In strange, other news about a future home for the team:
I have no idea about credibility of the source but I find it hard to believe. The part I find hard to believe is not that MLB may think a downtown location would be a better location for the club. What I find hard to believe is for this to happen, given all the other previous attempts, MLB would need to be willing to break tradition and pledge money to the construction of the stadium.
I just don't see it. Perhaps I am wrong.