The Las Vegas Ballpark has set its sights on pleasing fans from the moment they step into the $150 million, 10,000 seat stadium. State-of-the-art fan amenities will include more concession stands and bathrooms on the concourse level, as well as luxury suites (something Cashman Field never had). There will even be an option for fans to enjoy a dip in the pool while watching the ball game, as spectators will be able to privately rent out the swimming pool for $2,000 a game. But the best feature fans can anticipate (regardless of where they are sitting) will be the 4Topps AirFlow mesh seats that will keep fans 30-50 degrees cooler on a hot Las Vegas summer evening.
Las Vegas Aviators reveal their new name after being formally known as the Las Vegas 51s.
Jerry DeSimone of the original Las Vegas Stars reminisces about Cashman Field which hosted its last Pacific Coast League game on September 1, 2018. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal.)
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the loss to Reno on Aug. 10, 2018, at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Finn brings water to the umpire on May 12, 2018, at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the loss to Fresno on April 20, 2018, at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the win over Fresno on April 18, 2018 at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Las Vegas 51s kicked off their season with their final home opening game at Cashman Field.
The Las Vegas 51s throw a celebration to break ground on their new stadium in Summerlin.
51s president Don Logan says baseball’s Winter Meetings will be a big bonanza for Las Vegas when they return in 2018. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)