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.
Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto is joined by Vinny Bonsignore, Adam Hill, Mick Akers and Heidi Fang to breakdown what’s new with the Raiders.
The lines include UNLV as an underdog in its first two games against California at Allegiant Stadium and Louisiana Tech.
Offshore bookmaker MyBookie has introduced its Divorce Odds Calculator, with betting lines set based on answers to 30 relationship questions.
A letter from George Taylor, CEO of the PRCA, indicates that the sport’s Super Bowl in December in Las Vegas might be in jeopardy if coronavirus spikes persist.
New cases were well below the daily average of nearly 614 over the preceding week, while deaths were well above the daily average of nearly five over the period.
UNLV’s literary institute will welcome writers and a poet as fellows for 2020-21.
A never-before-heard 2011 interview with former Raiders center Barret Robbins was recently found by NBC Sports Bay Area in California.