Arizona and Houston so far figure most prominently in speculation regarding any scenario baseball would consider as a realignment plan.
Diamondbacks president Derrick Hall said Tuesday that his club has not been approached about moving to the American League by any baseball officials and that he does not expect to be approached.
"We'll always do what's in the best interests of baseball," Hall says. "However, you'd like to gauge the way our fans feel and the way our ownership feels, too.
"I'm a purist. I like the National League strategy. If it was my choice, I'd say we'll stay right where we're at."
Hall said he has had no indication of any realignment coming anytime soon.
"I've had no indication that they're planning on it, or that they will do it," Hall says. "I'd be surprised if we were approached. If someone wanted us to look into it, we would.
"The best interests of baseball are the most important thing, but I need to balance that with what's in the best interest of our fans."