After a year’s absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Las Vegas Ballpark is set to host Big League Weekend in 2022.
Despite all the challenges of COVID, the Aviators played all 65 homes games as scheduled at Las Vegas Ballpark after playing none in 2020.
Versatile catcher Carlos Perez was named the Aviators’ most popular player in a vote among fans and also was named the team’s MVP.
The Aviators have been eliminated from regular-season title contention, but can salvage a victory in the Triple-A Final Stretch.
Broadcaster Tim Neverett has turned his Dodgers journal into a book called “COVID Curveball: An Inside View of the 2020 Los Angeles Dodgers’ World Championship Season.”
The Reno Aces, visiting for a six-game series at Las Vegas Ballpark, fall out of first place in the Triple-A West. The Tacoma Rainiers now lead the division.
The Aviators will play a 144-game schedule next year beginning on April 5, the Triple-A West baseball team announced Thursday.
Before his professional baseball career, Thomas was a two-sport athlete at Oklahoma, playing both baseball and quarterback for the Sooners’ football team.
After making an appearance at the Battle for Vegas charity softball game between the Raiders and Golden Knights last weekend, Finn the bat dog is officially returning to Aviators games.
Daulton Jeffries, starting pitchers improve longevity as Las Vegas wins five times in six games vs. El Paso.