The Las Vegas Ballpark is welcoming the public for a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility.
There will be no Las Vegas Aviators season in 2020.
Las Vegas native and Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant says it would be great if he could play major league baseball in the city he grew up in.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf talks about MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred’s comments about the A’s potentially moving to Las Vegas. (Courtesy KTVU)
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.
Barreto belts home run in Aviator’s win (Pacific Coast League)
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.
Nashville beats Las Vegas, 2-0
Aviators mash Missions
Las Vegas Aviators mash San Antonio Missions
Round Rock pounds out 11-5 win over Aviators
Las Vegas wallops Round Rock
Gerber home run lifts River Cats over Aviators
Misplayed popup in Aviators vs. River Cats
Aviators beat Isotopes, 1-0 in 10 innings
Neuse hits home run, Aviators win 7-5
Sheldon Neuse blasts 2-run homer
Bees drop the ball, Aviators win
Corban Joseph doubles home Beau Taylor for Aviators first run
Brown sacrifice fly
Jorge Mateo belts a two-out triple in the fifth inning to give the Aviators a 6-0 lead.
Reno beats Las Vegas, 2-0.
A 360 view of the new Las Vegas Ballpark. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A 360 view of the Las Vegas Aviators’ dugout at Las Vegas Ballpark. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A 360 view of the Las Vegas Aviators during batting practice at 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)
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 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.