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What should the Las Vegas baseball team be named? — POLL

Updated November 27, 2018 - 6:35 pm

The Las Vegas 51s will be known by a new name in just over a week.

The Howard Hughes Corporation announced Tuesday that they will unveil the new name and logo for the Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate on Saturday, December 8. The event is not open to the public.

Much speculation has surrounded the new name of the Las Vegas baseball team. The owners of the team filed 2o different trademark applications for the Las Vegas Aviators name in June, though team president Don Logan suggested four or five other names may be in the mix.

That all begs the question: what should be the name of the Las Vegas baseball team?

Take our poll below to cast your vote on what the name should be.

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Contact Elaine Emerson at ewilson@reviewjournal.com. Follow @E15Emerson on Twitter.

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