Corban Joseph and Seth Brown delivered clutch hits in a two-run ninth inning as the Aviators came from behind to beat the Oklahoma City Dodgers 10-9 in Pacific Coast League play Monday before 7,521 at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Austin Barnes homered and knocked in three runs, leading the Oklahoma City Dodgers to a 7-6 victory Sunday night over the Aviators before a Pacific Coast League crowd of 8,470 at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Eric Campbell homered and singled twice and drove in four runs as the Las Vegas Aviators drubbed the Oklahoma City Dodgers 10-5 in a Pacific Coast League game Saturday night before 9,795 fans at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Howard Hughes Corp. says it’s not looking to bring noisy festivals near the Las Vegas Ballpark.
Right-hander Cody Poteet notched his first Triple-A victory as the New Orleans Baby Cakes beat the Aviators 11-4 Thursday night before 8,059 at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Corban Joseph hit a three-run home run in the first inning leading the Las Vegas Aviators to a 9-7 win over the New Orleans Baby Cakes.
A’s prospect says running scenic Idaho highway in college taught him discipline, endurance that has served him well on minor league ladder.
The Aviators’ bat dog, Finn, is more than just an average bat retrieving canine; he’s a valued member of the team.
Las Vegas Ballpark, home of the Las Vegas Aviators, was voted the BaseballParks.com’s 20th annual Ballpark of the Year, the team announced on Wednesday.
Eddy Alvarez’s two-run single in the eighth inning carried the New Orleans Baby Cakes to an 8-7 Pacific Coast League victory over the Aviators on Tuesday night before 7,683 at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Aviators first baseman Seth Brown was named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week, Minor League Baseball announced Monday.
Power and pitching led the Aviators on Sunday as they completed their three-game Pacific Coast League sweep of the El Paso Chihuahuas.
One night after hammering a Pacific Coast League-record 11 home runs, Las Vegas Aviators bats weren’t quite so thunderous on Saturday.
The Aviators hit 11 home runs, the final one by Jorge Mateo in the ninth inning, to set a Pacific Coast League record in a 20-11 victory Friday night at El Paso.