The owners of the Las Vegas 51s are fast to tell anyone that their Triple A baseball team needs a new ballpark.
The end that most believed was inevitable for Tim Chambers became official Friday.
Bryce Harper, the National League’s Most Valuable Player, and Kris Bryant, its Rookie of the Year received keys to the city during a ceremony on the the 3rd Street Stage at the Fremont Street Experience downtown Thursday night.
Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman presented bejeweled Keys To The City to Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant and Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper.
I always believed Pete Rose to be the little boy who keeps touching the hot stove, even though he has been warned countless times that such a decision will inevitably result in pain. I just don’t think he gets it. Or ever has.
Pete Rose was contrite and humorous and apologetic one day after Major League Baseball, for all intent and purposes, closed the door one final time on the all-time hit king’s pursuit of reinstatement and a chance at making the Hall of Fame.
Free agent right-hander Johnny Cueto agreed to a six-year deal with the San Francisco Giants.
Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant, Las Vegas natives who earned two of the most prestigious awards in Major League Baseball, will be honored by the Mayor Carolyn Goodman on Thursday.
All-time hits leader Pete Rose’s application to have his lifetime ban overturned was denied by Major League Baseball on Monday.
Michael Cuddyer, who struggled last season with the New York Mets because of injuries, is retiring after 15 seasons in the majors.