He is 23, hails from the Dominican Republic and leads the Pacific Coast League in hits (54), steals (11) and triples (9), the latter just four off equaling the team record of Joe Thurston in 2002.
What you can’t see at Las Vegas Ballpark is arguably the most important parts of the best Triple-A facility going.
Should the Mets send Tim Tebow to Las Vegas for this final stretch, it could set all-time lows for $1 beer sales on Thursdays, but would be worth the financial hit on those frothy beverages.
Don Logan is talking about things like slab on grade and casting and excavation and value engineering, the latter not his favorite term but a necessary ingredient to raise this 10,000-seat, $150 million structure known as Las Vegas Ballpark.
After two tumultuous seasons, Stan Stolte has the Rebels at 19-3 and ranked 19th nationally as UNLV welcomes San Diego State for a weekend series.
Two consecutive Class 4A state championships have now been followed with an American Legion title, the result of Basic’s summer team having beaten Creighton Prep from Omaha, Neb., 2-1 on Tuesday night.
Twenty-nine years passed between state baseball titles for Basic High when a team led by 10 seniors won last year’s Division I crown, a magical run that united a school and its alumni in a manner only sports can.
For the 35th time, the Triple-A team of Las Vegas on Tuesday welcomed the season’s home opening crowd to Cashman Field, a gathering of 8,451 to witness the 51s whip Fresno.
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are rounding second and have a legitimate opportunity to eventually touch home plate in Cooperstown.
I have known someone for nearly three decades who can’t stand Vin Scully. Hates him. Loathes every last word in every beautifully paced and woven narrative.