After taking the first game of the doubleheader 10-5, Las Vegas was shut out in the second game, losing 3-0 at Cashman Field.
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The Las Vegas 51s lost their final game before the All-Star break 8-5 to the Albuquerque Isotopes at Cashman Field in a game that was somewhat representative of how their season has gone.
The Las Vegas 51s were swept by the Albuquerque Isotopes on Friday at Cashman Field, losing by scores of 9-8 and 5-3.
Dilson Herrera drilled a 3-0 pitch into left-center field for a two-run double in the sixth inning to put the Las Vegas 51s ahead for good in a 13-6 victory over the Albuquerque Isotopes on Thursday.
The Las Vegas 51s will finish the first-half of the season at home with four games in three days against the Albuquerque Isotopes. Here are five players to watch during the series.
The Las Vegas 51s had an opportunity for their first series sweep of the season Wednesday but fell flat, dropping the series finale to the Salt Lake Bees 12-5 at Cashman Field.
51s catcher Johnny Monell is going through a hot streak like few hitters do, and the hope of him playing in the major leagues again is not as dim as it may appear for a 30-year-old catcher.
Catcher Kevin Plawecki and designated hitter Johnny Monell each homered and combined for eight RBIs to back another solid outing by Darin Gorski as the Las Vegas 51s routed the Salt Lake Bees 10-4.
Las Vegas 51s outfielder Travis Taijeron will compete in the Triple-A Home Run Derby on Monday at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, the league announced today.
Robert Gsellman took a step in the right direction Monday, throwing a simulated game with no issues.
Sean Gilmartin spent six innings on cruise control. The lefty was quick and efficient as he sent down the Salt Lake Bees in his first start back from the Mets.
When Dilson Herrera arrived in the United States as a teenager for spring training, he became a frequent customer at a Florida Applebee’s. He didn’t speak much English. “I learned the words chicken wings with ranch and fries and for the first month, I was ordering that every day,” Herrera said.
The Las Vegas 51s will kick off a rare three-game series Monday as they host the Salt Lake Bees. Here are five players to watch in the series.
With the possible exception of football and Thanksgiving, no sport and holiday go together quite like baseball and the Fourth of July.
After scoring just four runs in their past 24 innings, the 51s finally broke through in the seventh inning Sunday with a six-run outburst. That erased a four-run deficit and propelled the team to an 8-5 victory over the Tacoma Rainiers.
Las Vegan Donn Roach allowed two runs in five innings as the Tacoma Rainiers beat the Las Vegas 51s 9-2 on Saturday in Tacoma, Washington. Roach improved to 5-4 this season.
No matter the weather or how the home team is doing, Bruce Reiner keeps the fun going in the stands while trying to sell beer, peanuts and other classic snacks.
The 51s, one of the PCL’s top hitting teams, managed just five hits in seven innings off Tacoma Rainiers starter Cody Martin in a 9-1 loss at Tacoma, Washington.
A pair of home runs by players who started the season with the New York Mets backed a quality performance by Darin Gorski to lead the 51s to a 7-3 victory at the Tacoma Rainiers.
When the PCL All-Stars take the field for the Triple-A All-Star Game July 13, Las Vegas fans will see three familiar faces.
The 51s hit the road for a four-game series with the Tacoma Rainiers before coming back home for Independence Day. Here are five players to watch in the series against Tacoma:
The 51s and 127 other teams will wear the specialty caps as part of a fund-raising initiative for Welcome Back Veterans, which aids military families.
Minor League Baseball publicly threw its support Wednesday behind legislation in the House of Representatives that would render minor league players ineligible for overtime pay granted to other hourly workers.