The Aviators earned a Pacific Coast League playoff berth with an 8-1 victory over the Tacoma Rainiers Sunday night. The best-of-five first-round playoff series begins Wednesday at Northern Division champion Sacramento.
Representatives from the Las Vegas Aviators and Triple a baseball announce Las Vegas Ballpark to host the 2020 Triple-A National Championship Game next September.
Aviators rally to beat OKC Dodgers
Aviators down New Orleans, 9-7 (Las Vegas Aviators)
If you’ve been to a Las Vegas Aviators game, you’ve probably seen Finn the Bat Dog. Well now, Finn is giving the Las Vegas Review-Journal an inside look on his daily routine and what it takes to get ready for a hard day at work.
Baby Cakes beat Aviators, 8-7 (Las Vegas Aviators)
Las Vegas Ballpark’s splash pad area is the perfect place to keep cool while enjoying the game. (Cassie Soto/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
France lifts Chihuahuas over Aviators (Las Vegas Aces)
Aviators beat El Paso
Aviators Finn the bat dog is treated as one of the guys at the Las Vegas ballpark and has received recognition from other teams throughout the country.
Aviators beat Aces with walk-off walk
River Cats beat Aviators in 10 innings (Las Vegas Aviators)
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith is ready to Battle For Vegas in a charity softball game that will feature various celebrity athletes, including teammates Jonathan Marchessault, Ryan Reaves and Erik Haula. Smith’s team will face off against former Raider Marcus Allen and his teammates, including Vontaze Burfict, Josh Jacobs and Maurice Hurst. The charity softball game is set to take place on Saturday, June 15th at the Las Vegas Ballpark.
Aviators mash Missions
Las Vegas Aviators mash San Antonio Missions
Round Rock crushes Aviators
Round Rock pounds out 11-5 win over Aviators
Las Vegas wallops Round Rock
Sheldon Neuse blasts 2-run homer
Las Vegas Aviators president Don Logan talks about the long-term sustainability of new Las Vegas Ballpark as a spectator destination during a Pacific Coast League game on May 12, 2019. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Grounds Keeper Collin Doebler
Las Vegas scores four times in the ninth for a 9-8 win.
Wind starts to pick up before the aviators first game at the Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin.
The Las Vegas Ballpark® home of the Las Vegas Aviators® Triple-A baseball team opens April 9, 2019 in Downtown Summerlin. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A 360 view of the new Las Vegas Ballpark. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A 360 view of the Las Vegas Aviators during pitching practice at the new Las Vegas Ballpark. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
At media day to showcase the Las Vegas Ballpark, home of the Aviators, president Don Logan discussed what it’s taken to get the stadium ready for opening day and pitcher Jerry Blevins says the fans will enjoy the product they will get to see. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Installation of grass at the Las Vegas Ballpark adds a field of green just before St. Patrick’s Day.
The Las Vegas Aviators’ new home is one step closer to being ready for the April 9 home opener. The Las Vegas Ballpark crew is just about done laying down the Bandera Bermuda grass that will host the former Las Vegas 51’s.
Aviators’ President Don Logan says this ballpark has been a long time coming. He feels Las Vegas has and will always be a baseball town and now loyal fans will have the state-of-the-art facility they deserve.
The Aviators’ home opener will be on Tuesday, April 9 vs. Sacramento River Cats, the Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants.
The Aviators open their season April 9 and all indications are their new home will be ready. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s