Robert Gsellman was great for Las Vegas Tuesday night but Cesar Valdez was better for Fresno, and the 51s dropped the series opener against the Grizzlies 1-0 at Chukchansi Park in Fresno.
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The 51s might be getting third baseman T.J. Rivera back sooner than expected.
Saturday, the 51s erupted for six runs in the fifth inning capped by an Eric Campbell three-run home run.
Coming off his worst outing of the season, Gabriel Ynoa threw seven shutout innings in the Las Vegas 51s’ 8-0 win over Salt Lake at Smith’s Ballpark in Salt Lake City.
51s pitcher Duane Below allowed five runs in the first two innings and a season-high seven in 5 2/3 innings in Las Vegas’ 7-2 loss at the Salt Lake Bees.
The 51s hit the road for an eight-game road trip starting Friday in Salt Lake against the Bees. Here are a few players to keep an eye on throughout the four-game series.
Travis Taijeron had a huge night, mashing a home run, a double and three RBIs to lift the 51s to a 9-1 victory over the Reno Aces on Thursday at Cashman Field.
The 51s’ June schedule will do wonders in racking up frequent flier miles, but that’s about the only upside. Since May 31, they have not spent more than four full days in any city.
51s manager Wally Backman was named manager of the Pacific Coast League in the Triple-A All-Star Game, the league announced Thursday.
Here is the Review-Journal’s All-State basebal team for the 2015-16 school year
The Las Vegas 51s allowed a run in every inning but the first and final two Wednesday, surrendering 15 hits in a 16-10 PCL loss to the Reno Aces at Cashman Field.
Professional athletes flush with cash and free time, let loose on the Strip, undoubtedly were a concern for the NHL as it considered the city’s bid for an expansion team.
Sean Gilmartin pitched 8 2/3 innings of one-run ball to lead the 51s to a 2-1 victory over the Reno Aces at Cashman Field. He allowed nine hits and one walk and struck out seven.
After getting called up from Double-A Binghamton to Las Vegas, excitement was high for right-hander Robert Gsellman, the Mets No. 12 prospect.
The 51s return home for a brief four-game home stand against the rival Reno Aces before hitting the road again. Here for five players to keep an eye on in the battle of the Silver State.
The 51s blew three saves Sunday night against Albuquerque and fell victim to a two-out walkoff home run in the bottom of the 12th inning to drop a heartbreaker 6-4 Sunday night at Isotopes Park.
Watching the 51s at the plate, there would be no doubt who would be next in line should the Mets need an outfielder.
It took until the sixth inning Saturday night for the 51s to shut down the Albuquerque Isotopes. By that time, it was far too late.
While he could complain about low pay for long, hard hours, Paul Sewald could also just accept the fact that on the path to Major League Baseball, life in the minors will be unglamorous. He’s taken the second option.
Arbor View’s Nick Quintana was the highest-rated prospect from Southern Nevada entering the 2016 Major League Baseball draft and was a consensus top-five round talent.
After scoring two runs in the top of the first, the 51s were unable to follow up on their strong start and eventually fell to the Albuquerque Isotopes 8-4 in a Pacific Coast League game Friday night at Isotopes Park.
When you play baseball for a team in Las Vegas, going to work in triple-digit temperatures is just part of the job.
CSN freshman Mikey York and recent Faith Lutheran graduate Zack Trageton hadn’t met prior to their workouts for the San Diego Padres on June 1. But the two right-handed pitchers might be seeing more of each other.