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Nevada’s two Triple-A baseball teams are ready to chug onto the field for opening day this week.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The minor league baseball team formerly called the 51s will debut at its new suburban ballpark in April as the Las Vegas Aviators.
For a team with roots that go back 35 years, the Las Vegas 51s have a lot of “new” news to report.
The Las Vegas 51s left Cashman Field in high style Monday afternoon, as first baseman Peter Alonso hit a walk-off two-run homer to lead the 51s to a 4-3 win over Sacramento.
The 51s will play in the Las Vegas Ballpark in downtown Summerlin next year after 36 seasons at Cashman Field.
The Las Vegas 51s announced yesterday they’re looking for help to rename their team.
They’re launching naming sweepstakes and are asking fans to submit their ideas online.
The Howard Hughes Corporation will break ground on a new ballpark that will house the Las Vegas 51s in Summerlin next week.
Starting with the 2019 baseball season, the Las Vegas 51s will depart downtown’s aging Cashman Field for the shiny new suburban Las Vegas Ballpark.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority decided Tuesday to spend $80 million on the naming rights for the Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin.
The stadium will be the future home of the minor league baseball team the Las Vegas 51s starting in 2019.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will decide Tuesday on spending $80 million on the naming rights for the Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin.
What's new with Las Vegas' minor league baseball team?