Baseball returns to Las Vegas Ballpark after a nearly-two year respite amid COVID-19, topping what’s up with the Aviators this week.
Thursday marked the return of baseball to Las Vegas Ballpark following the Aviators cancelling their 2020 season, but the return to people in seats had some left with a bad impression.
Sacramento shortstop Thairo Estrada went 4-for-5 with a home run and four RBIs, and six River Cats pitchers allowed four hits, spoiling the Aviators’ opener Thursday night at Las Vegas Ballpark.
After 606 days away from the diamond because of COVID, the Aviators finally opened their 2021 Triple-A West season Thursday night with health restrictions still in place.
After minor league baseball took a year hiatus because of the pandemic, the Aviators are set to make their season debut Thursday at home against the Sacramento River Cats.
The Aviators are back and will play before fans this season, but COVID-19 protocols are expected to be followed. They open their season Thursday.
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