Las Vegas Ballpark Grand Opening Tuesday April 9th – Las Vegas Aviators Host Sacramento And Fresno In 7-Game Home Stand April 9th Through 15th

LAS VEGAS FRANCHISE 37th PCL SEASON “HOME OPENER”
IN THE SILVER STATE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 9
GRAND OPENING OF THE LAS VEGAS BALLPARK
AVIATORS HOST SACRAMENTO AND FRESNO
IN A SEVEN-GAME HOMESTAND
FROM TUESDAY, APRIL 9 – MONDAY, APRIL 15
$2 BEER NIGHT & INAUGURAL LOGO KOOZIES (THURSDAY, APRIL 11)
INAUGURAL LOGO ITEM (FRIDAY, APRIL 12)
AVIATORS GIVEAWAY ITEM (SATURDAY, APRIL 13)

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The Las Vegas Aviators® professional baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, will face the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, in the 37th season “Home Opener” in the Silver State on Tuesday, April 9 at the grand opening of Las Vegas Ballpark® at 7:05 p.m.

The first homestand of the 2019 campaign will consist of seven games against the River Cats from Tuesday-Thursday, April 9-11 (three-game series) and a four-game series against Fresno Grizzlies, Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals, from Friday-Monday, April 12-15. All games will begin at 7:05 p.m. except for Sunday, April 14 at 12:05 p.m.

The Aviators opened the 2019 campaign with a five-game road trip against El Paso Chihuahuas, Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, from Thursday-Monday, April 4-8. Las Vegas, under manager Fran Riordan, are in the first season as the Triple-A affiliate of the A’s.

El Paso has captured four straight Pacific Southern Division titles (2015-18) and will visit Las Vegas during the season homestand from April 24-28.

The Aviators organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada. Las Vegas is 17-20 (.459) all-time in season openers and 19-17 (.528) all-time home openers at Cashman Field (1982-2018).

            2018 CASHMAN FIELD ATTENDANCE (final season): In 70 dates, Las Vegas total was 332,224 for an average of 4,746 in the final season for Triple-A professional baseball at Cashman Field. Las Vegas’ largest crowd was a sellout of 12,512 vs. Sacramento on September 1. The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance in all 36 seasons (1983-2018) and the all-time attendance total now stands at 12,001,011.

Game two of the series against the River Cats on Wednesday, April 10 will feature the first of 10 games broadcast live on YurView on Cox cable channels 14 and 1014 in high-definition.

 

$2 Beer Night will be presented in the finale of the three-game series against Sacramento on Thursday, April 11. Proper identification is required for $2 beer night.  Inaugural Logo Koozies will also be given out to the first 2,500 fans through the gates.

Magnetic 2019 Aviators Schedules will be given out to fans from Wednesday-Saturday, April 10-13.

The opener of the four-game series against Fresno on Friday, April 12 will feature an inaugural Aviators Logo Item to the first 2,5000 fans through the gates.

Game two of the series against the Grizzlies on Saturday, April 13 will feature an Aviators Item to the first 2,500 fans through the gates.

Sunday Family Day and Aviators Sunglass, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates, will be featured against the Grizzlies on April 14.

The Aviators Team Photo, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates, will be featured in the homestand finale against the Grizzlies on Monday, April 15.

Following the first homestand, the Aviators will embark on their second road trip of the season to Northern California beginning on Tuesday, April 16 against Sacramento. The three-game series against the River Cats will conclude on Thursday, April 18. Las Vegas will then travel to Fresno to face the Grizzlies in a four-game series from Friday-Monday, April 19-22. The first scheduled off day for the PCL is Tuesday, April 23.

The Aviators will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 ‘THE GAME’, which will carry live all 140 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the Aviators website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.aviatorslv.comRuss Langer, the 10-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 20th season behind the microphone calling Aviators baseball.

All Aviators games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via aviatorslv.com.

Tickets for all Aviators home games can be purchased at the Las Vegas Ballpark Box Office (which will open on Tuesday, April 9).

Box Office Hours:

NON-GAME DAYS:

Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sunday is closed

GAME DAYS:

Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to end of game

Sunday day games (April – June) from 10 a.m. to end of game

Sunday night games (June – September) from noon to end of game

NOTE: Las Vegas Ballpark will call is located off Pavilion Center Drive near the main entrance to the ballpark, Will call is open 1.5 hours before the game and closed at the end of the game.

Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com).

The Aviators will be offering a military and first responders discount through the team’s partnership with GovX (www.govx.com). The discount (TBD) will be available at the Las Vegas Ballpark box office.

The individual game tickets for the 70-game home season are subject to dynamic pricing.

The pricing classifications are subject to change:

Home Plate Box ($35-$45)

Dugout Prime ($29-$39)

Dugout Box ($22-$32)

Outfield Prime ($18-$28)

Outfield Box ($15-$25)

4 Topps Corners ($50-$60)

Home Run Porch ($50-$60)

Social/Berm ($12-$22)

2019 season tickets are on sale at the Las Vegas Ballpark Sales Center located at 1870 Festival Plaza Drive, Suite 190 in Downtown Summerlin®, phone number is (702) 943-7200.

Official licensed Aviators team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.aviatorslv.com.

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Las Vegas 51s Host Tacoma Rainiers And Sacramento River Cats Aug 28th – Sept 3rd In Final 7 Games in Cashman Field History

51s HOST TACOMA AND SACRAMENTO IN FINAL SEVEN-GAME HOMESTAND
(AUGUST 28 – SEPTEMBER 3) IN CASHMAN FIELD HISTORY FOR
TRIPLE-A PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL
BUDWEISER DOLLAR BEER NIGHT (THURSDAY, AUGUST 30)
FIREWORKS (FRIDAY, AUGUST 31)
FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT/HOMETOWN HEROES/VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS
BASEBALL JERSEY NIGHT (SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1)
SEASON FINALE (LABOR DAY, SEPTEMBER 3)

 

The Las Vegas 51s PROFESSIONAL baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, will open a seven-game homestand against the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, on Tuesday, August 28. The season-ending homestand will mark the final games in Cashman Field history for Triple-A professional baseball. Las Vegas will host Tacoma in a three-game series through Thursday, August 30 and a four-game series against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, from Friday-Monday, August 31 – September 3.  All games are at 7:05 p.m. except for Labor Day at 12:05 p.m.

The 51s, under manager Tony DeFrancesco, are concluding the final road trip of the season on Monday evening in Northern California against Sacramento.

The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

            2018 CASHMAN FIELD ATTENDANCE: In 63 dates, Las Vegas total is 288,415 for an average of 4,578. The season-high crowd is 9,321 vs. Salt Lake on July 3 for the Fireworks Extravaganza!  The Las Vegas franchise is 11,585 fans away from reaching the 300,000 mark in “home” attendance for the 36th consecutive season (1983-2018). The all-time attendance total now stands at 11,957,202.

CASHMAN FIELD TIDBITS:

First PCL Game:                                          April 10, 1983 vs. Salt Lake City (Stars won, 11-8)

Last PCL Game:                                           September 3, 2018 vs. Sacramento

Largest PCL Crowd:                                    14,855 vs. Nashville (July 3, 1998)

Largest Big League Weekend Crowd:       15,025 – Chicago White Sox vs. Chicago Cubs (April 3, 1993)

First Home Run:                                           Bruce Bochy (L.V. Stars) vs. Salt Lake City (April 10, 1983)

All-Time Regular Season Home Record:   1,358-1,214 (.528)

 

            Budweiser Dollar Beer Night, presented by Laughlin, will be featured in the finale of the three-game series against Tacoma on Thursday, August 30.  Dollar Beer Night is featured at every Thursday home game during the 2018 season.  Proper identification and wristbands are required for dollar beer night.

 

A spectacular post-game Fireworks Show, presented by Findlay Toyota, will be featured in the opener of the four-game series against Sacramento on Friday, August 31.

 

HOMETOWN HEROES NIGHT – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

Fan Appreciation Night and Vegas Golden Knights Baseball Jersey Night, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates, will be featured on Hometown Heroes Night in game two of the four-game series vs. the River Cats.

This year’s Hometown Heroes Night will be dedicated to the heroes and victims of October 1.

The 51s will host a preliminary GUNS AND HOSES SOFTBALL GAME at 5 p.m., pitting local police agencies against local firefighters. All ticket holders will be able to come inside and watch the first responder showdown, and then stay for the rest of the festivities.

At 5 p.m., there will be a static display of emergency service and patrol vehicles parked in front of Cashman Field for attendees to tour and learn about the types of vehicles and technology used to keep our community safe.

The 51s organization will conduct a special pre-game ceremony dedicated to recognize, support and to thank our emergency service providers including the police, fire and emergency medical providers of Southern Nev

The “Color Guard Ceremony” will feature members of the Police and Fire Departments and including ceremonial first pitches for individuals who will be honored for their acts of heroism.

Individual police officers, firefighters and emergency personnel who have dedicated their lives to helping others will be acknowledged during the pre-game ceremony.

The 51s will have a special “thank you” announcement for the families of our local Hometown Heroes.

“The 51s organization is excited to present the annual Hometown Heroes Night at Cashman Field,” 51s President/COO Don Logan said. “We are honored to have all of the departments & organizations with ties to First Responders at the ball park for this special evening.

“We are privileged to acknowledge the members of the police, fire and emergency medical providers and for all of the important jobs that they all serve for the safety of our entire community.”

 

The following is the Departments & Organizations with ties to First Responders who will be at Cashman Field:

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department; City of North Las Vegas Police Department; City of Henderson Police Department; Nevada Department of Public Safety – Highway Patrol Division; Crime Prevention and Community Relations – Clark County School District Police Department; Las Vegas Metro Police Department Foundation; Clark County Fire Department; City of Las Vegas Fire Department; City of North Las Vegas Fire Department; City of Henderson Fire Department; Henderson Firefighters Benevolent Association; Special Olympics; T.S.A. (Transportation Security Administration); I.P.O.F. (Injured Police Officers Fund), MDA

WestStar Credit Union “Winning Wednesday” will be featured SEVEN times during the 2018 season. The final date is August 29 vs. Tacoma.

If the 51s WIN, fans can redeem their tickets for a future Sunday through Monday “home” game.  In addition, each “WestStar Winning Wednesday,” one lucky fan will also be randomly selected to be the WestStar Winner of the Game! The winning fan will receive an autographed baseball from a 51s player, a seat upgrade for their group, and the opportunity to become the guest PA announcer for a half-inning that night!

The Annual Las Vegas Fire vs. Police Charity Baseball Game will be played on Sunday, September 2 at 1 p.m. The tickets are $15 and will include the 7:05 p.m. game between the 51s/Sacramento.

            Smith’s Value Menu Monday will be presented in the 2018 season finale on Labor Day (September 3). Monday “home” games feature a “Value Menu” for the 10th straight season!  The 51s and Centerplate have teamed together for discounted food items on Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Peanuts, Cracker Jack, Pretzels and Churros for just $1.00 per item.           

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 ‘THE GAME’, which will carry live all 140 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.comRuss Langer, the 10-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 19th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

All 51s games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

– The 2018 PCL Playoffs –  

Conference Championship Series Schedule (Best-of-5):

Wednesday-Sunday, September 5-9 (Pacific Northern, Fresno vs. Pacific Southern, El Paso)

Wednesday-Sunday, September 5-9 (American Southern, Memphis vs. American Northern, OKC or Colorado Springs)

PCL Championship Series (Best-of-5)

Tuesday-Sunday, September 11-16 (American Conference Winner vs. Pacific Conference Winner)

2018 Gildan Triple-A Baseball National Championship Game

Tuesday, September 18: Pacific Coast League Champion vs. International League Champion

at Huntington Park (10,100) in Columbus Ohio (Home of the Clippers, Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians) and will be broadcast live on the NBC Sports Network at 4:05 p.m. (PDT) and NBC Sports Radio AM 920 ‘THE GAME’.

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the SCE Federal Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non-game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com).

The individual game tickets for the 70-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $17.00 (field, $18.00-Day of Game) & the blue dugout seats at $30.00 ($35-Day of Game).  The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on plaza, field and reserved seats throughout the season.

 

            LAS VEGAS BALLPARK 2019 SEASON TICKET DEPOSITS:

Fans can reserve their spot in the new Las Vegas Ballpark by placing a season ticket deposit for just $100 per seat; $100 per seat for club seat and $100 for a group event.

To make a deposit, go to http://bit.ly/LVBallparkDeposit

Customers who place a deposit will be able to select their seats after current 51s season ticket holders. Deposit priority will be based on the time and date of deposit.

Inventory is limited on season tickets and the opportunity to purchase will be determined on a first come – first served basis. Priority order is based on 2018 season ticket holders, followed by customers who make a $100 deposit and finally the general public.

The $100 deposit will be kept on the customer’s account to secure the priority. At the date of the purchase, the deposit will be applied towards the total cost of the season tickets or group event.  All deposits are refundable if customers decide not to purchase tickets.

            NOTE: For fans that are currently a SEASON TICKET HOLDER or GROUP BUYER, there is no need to place a deposit for the 2019 season.

For further ticket information, call the 51s office at (702) 943-7200.

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com

– Visit the Las Vegas 51s on the Internet at www.lv51.com

– Visit www.MiLB.com – the official site of Minor League Baseball –

 

Las Vegas 51s Host Sacramento River Cats In 4 Game Home Stand – Monday Thru Thursday April 30th – May 3rd

51s RETURN TO CASHMAN FIELD FOR A BRIEF FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND
AGAINST THE SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS FROM APRIL 30 – MAY 3
VALUE MENU MONDAY (APRIL 30)
SMOKERS STRIKE OUT 15th ANNUAL SCHOOL DAY GAME (TUESDAY, MAY 1 AT 10:35 A.M.)
BUDWEISER DOLLAR NIGHT (THURSDAY, MAY 3)

 

The Las Vegas 51s PROFESSIONAL baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, will open a brief four-game homestand on Monday, April 30 against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, at Cashman Field at 7:05 p.m.  The series against the River Cats will conclude on Thursday, May 3.

The 51s, under first-year manager Tony DeFrancesco, are currently on a five-game road trip (3-0 record) in Albuquerque, N.M., against the Isotopes, Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. The trip will conclude on Sunday, April 29.

The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

            2018 CASHMAN FIELD ATTENDANCE: In 12 dates, Las Vegas total is 71,257 for an average of 5,938. The season-high crowd through two homestands is 9,003 vs. Fresno on April 20.  The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 mark in “home” attendance in all 35 seasons (1983-2017).  The all-time attendance total now stands at 11,740,044.

The opener of the four-game homestand on April 30 will feature “Smith’s Value Menu Monday.”  Monday “home” games will feature a “Value Menu” for the 10th straight season!  The 51s and Centerplate have teamed together for discounted food items on Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Peanuts, Cracker Jack, Pretzels and Churros for just $1.00 per item.

The 51s organization on Tuesday, May 1 will present Smoker’s Strike Out (The American Lung Association) 15th Annual School Day Game, sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield & Meadow Gold Dairy.  The day will feature a field trip to 5th grade students in the Clark County School District for the special start time of 10:35 a.m.  The contest will mark game two of the four-game series against Sacramento.

Over the past 14 seasons, a total of 129,652 fans have attended the morning games.  Last season (May 3, 2017), a crowd of 10,342 attended the game between Tacoma/Las Vegas (Tacoma, 5-2).  The 51s hosted Tucson in the inaugural “school day” game on May 6, 2004, before a crowd of 4,224.

The Tobacco Awareness Program, through the Clark County School District, is an important event that takes place prior to the “School Day” game that serves to educate the young students on the dangers of cigarette smoking.

“The school day game is a tradition and a great event for the fifth-grade students,” 51s President/COO Don Logan said.  “The kids have a great time at the ballpark and the game serves as a fun and educational experience for the students with both the Tobacco Awareness Program and the opportunity to watch the 51s play baseball.”

           WestStar Credit Union “Winning Wednesday” will be featured SEVEN times during the 2018 season. The remaining dates are: May 2 vs. Sacramento at 7:05 p.m.; May 9 vs. Fresno; June 6 vs. New Orleans; July 25 vs. Nashville; August 22 vs. Salt Lake; August 29 vs. Tacoma.

If the 51s WIN, fans can redeem their tickets for a future Sunday through Tuesday “home” game (excluding Tuesday, July 3 – Fireworks Extravaganza). In addition, each “WestStar Winning Wednesday,” one lucky fan will also be randomly selected to be the WestStar Winner of the Game! The winning fan will receive an autographed baseball from a 51s player, a seat upgrade for their group, and the opportunity to become the guest PA announcer for a half-inning that night!

            Budweiser Dollar Beer Night, presented by Laughlin, will be featured in the finale of the homestand on Thursday, May 3 at 7:05 p.m.  Dollar Beer Night will be featured at every Thursday home game during the 2018 season.  Proper identification and wristbands are required for dollar beer night.

Sacramento’s roster features four of the top 10 prospects in the Giants organization, according to Baseball America: outfielder Chris Shaw (No. 2); right-handed pitcher Tyler Beede (No. 3); outfielder Steven Duggar (No. 8) and left-handed pitcher Andrew Suarez (No. 10).

Following the homestand, the 51s will embark on a brief four-game road trip to Salt Lake City, Utah to face the Bees, Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels, beginning on Friday, May 4.  The series against Salt Lake will conclude on Monday, May 7.

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 ‘THE GAME’, which will carry live all 140 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.comRuss Langer, the 10-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 19th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

All 51s games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the SCE Federal Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non-game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com).

The individual game tickets for the 70-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $17.00 (field, $18.00-Day of Game) & the blue dugout seats at $30.00 ($35-Day of Game).  The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on plaza, field and reserved seats throughout the season.

Season tickets and mini-plan packages (11, 22, 35-game plans) are available by calling the 51s office at (702) 943-7200.

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com.   

The American Lung Association

The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease with the mission to defeat lung cancer, improve the air we breathe, reduce the burden of lung disease on individuals and their families and eliminate tobacco use and tobacco-related diseases. The American Lung Association offers programs that help children and their families manage asthma and classes for teenager to quit smoking or keep them from starting. Additionally, the American Lung Association has support for youth whose lives have been impacted by lung disease or are passionate about healthy air. For more information about the American Lung Association, call 1-800-LUNGUSA (1-800-586-4872) or visit:  Lung.org.     

– Visit the Las Vegas 51s on the Internet at www.lv51.com

– Visit www.MiLB.com – the official site of Minor League Baseball –

Las Vegas 51s Host Sacramento River Cats In Brief Four Game Home Stand from June 13th -16th

51s RETURN TO CASHMAN FIELD TO HOST
SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS IN BRIEF FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND
TUESDAY-FRIDAY, JUNE 13-16
BUDWEISER DOLLAR BEER NIGHT (THURSDAY, JUNE 15)
FIREWORKS (FRIDAY, JUNE 16)

The Las Vegas 51s professional baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, will open a brief four-game homestand on Tuesday, June 13 against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, at Cashman Field.  All four games of the series from Tuesday-Friday, June 13-16 will begin at 7:05 p.m.

The 51s, under first-year manager Pedro Lopez, are currently on a season-long 11-game road trip that will conclude in the Pacific Northwest against the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, on Sunday, June 11.  The next scheduled off day for the PCL is Monday, June 12.

Las Vegas is playing 20 out of a scheduled 28 games on the road in the month of June.

2017 CASHMAN FIELD ATTENDANCE: In 28 dates, Las Vegas’ total is 160,632 for an average of 5,737.  Las Vegas has recorded three sellouts: 9,872 for Star Wars Night/Fireworks on April 28 vs. Albuquerque; season-high crowd of 10,342 for the Smokers Strike Out 14th Annual School Day Game on May 3 vs. Tacoma; 9,559 for the Fireworks/Nevada Donor Network Donate Life Night on May 5 vs. Tacoma.  The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance in all 34 seasons (1983-2016). The all-time attendance total now stands at 11,470,360.  The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

            Budweiser Dollar Beer Night will be presented in game three of the series on Thursday, June 15.  Dollar Beer Night will be featured at every Thursday home game during the 2017 season.  Proper identification and wristbands are required for dollar beer night.

A spectacular post-game “Fireworks Show,” presented by Albertsons, will then be featured in the finale of the homestand on Friday, June 16.

WestStar Credit Union “Winning Wednesday” will be featured FOUR more times during the 2017 season. The remaining dates are: June 14 vs. Sacramento; July 5 vs. El Paso; July 19 vs. Fresno; August 9 vs. Reno.

If the 51s WIN, fans can redeem their tickets for a future Sunday through Tuesday “home” game (excluding Tuesday, July 4). In addition, each “WestStar Winning Wednesday,” one lucky fan will also be randomly selected to be the WestStar Winner of the Game! The winning fan will receive an autographed baseball from a 51s player, a seat upgrade for their group, and the opportunity to become the guest PA announcer for a half-inning that night.

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 ‘THE GAME’, which will carry live all 142 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.comRuss Langer, the 10-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 18th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

All 51s games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

Sacramento’s roster features four of the top 10 prospects in the Giants organization, according to Baseball America: Top prospect: right-handed pitcher Tyler Beede; shortstop/third baseman Christian Arroyo (No. 2); outfielder Chris Shaw (No. 3) and right-handed pitcher Joan Gregorio (No. 7).

Following the homestand, Las Vegas will embark on a brief four-game road trip to Northern Nevada beginning on Saturday, June 17 against intrastate rival, the Reno Aces, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.  The series at Greater Nevada Field will conclude on Tuesday, June 20.  The PCL will then have an off day on Wednesday, June 21.

           SILVER STATE DIAMOND CHALLENGE: In 2009, Las Vegas and Reno developed the Silver State Diamond Challenge and the “Silver Plate Trophy” to add to the excitement to the rivalry for the two PCL teams that represent the state of Nevada.  Reno defeated Las Vegas, 3-games-to-1, in the 2015 PCL Conference Championship Series.

The 2017 campaign will mark the ninth season of the S.S.D.C.

CHAMPION OF THE SILVER STATE DIAMOND CHALLENGE:

2009: Las Vegas 51s (series tied 8-8 and won the “Draw of the Cards” between the two Mayors)

2010: Reno Aces (Reno won series 11-games-to-5)

2011: Reno Aces (series tied 8-8, Aces retain trophy)

2012: Reno Aces (series tied 8-8, Aces retain trophy)

2013: Las Vegas 51s (Las Vegas won series 13-games-to-3)

2014: Las Vegas 51s (series tied 8-8, Las Vegas retains trophy)

2015: Las Vegas 51s (Las Vegas won series 11-games-to-5, Las Vegas retains trophy)

2016: Reno Aces (Reno won series 9-games-to-7)

2017: The series is tied 2-2

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the SCE Federal Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non-game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com).

The individual game tickets for the 71-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $16.00 (field, $17.00-Day of Game) & the blue dugout seats at $30.00 ($35-Day of Game).  The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on plaza, field and reserved seats throughout the season.

TUESDAY, JULY 4: All seats for the “Fireworks Extravaganza,” presented by The Valley Health System, are priced at $16.00 (presale); $17.00-Day of Game.  The 51s will host El Paso at 7:05 p.m.

Season tickets and mini-plan packages (11, 22, 36-game plans) are available by calling the 51s office at (702) 943-7200.

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com. 

 – Visit the Las Vegas 51s on the Internet at www.lv51.com

– Visit www.MiLB.com – the official site of Minor League Baseball –

Las Vegas 51s Host Sacramento River Cats in Four Game Homestand from June 25th -28th

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51s RETURN TO CASHMAN FIELD FOR A BRIEF FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND
AGAINST THE SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS FROM JUNE 25-28
KOMEN JERSEY NIGHT “PINK NIGHT” (SATURDAY, JUNE 25)
SMITH’S VALUE MENU MONDAY (JUNE 27)

The Las Vegas 51s professional baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the 2015 National League Champion New York Mets, will open a brief four-game homestand on Saturday, June 25 against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, at Cashman Field at 7:05 p.m. Las Vegas will also play its final two home “day” games of the regular season at 12:05 p.m. on Sunday, June 26 and Tuesday, June 28 in the series finale against the River Cats.

 

The 51s, under fourth-year manager Wally Backman, are currently on an eight-game road trip (5-1 record) that will conclude in Northern Nevada on Friday evening against intrastate rival, the Reno Aces, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

 

Las Vegas, 39-33 record (.542), is in second place in the Pacific Conference Southern Division. First-place El Paso (42-30, .583), Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, leads Las Vegas by three games.

 

The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

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2016 ATTENDANCE: In 34 dates, Las Vegas’ total is 171,635 for an average of 5,048.  The season-high “home crowd” was an overflow sellout of 11,726 vs. Tacoma on April 28 for Fireworks/Star Wars Night. Las Vegas then recorded its second sellout of the season vs. El Paso on May 13 with an overflow crowd of 11,449 on Fireworks/Hometown Heroes Night.  The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance in all 33 seasons (1983-2015). The all-time attendance total now stands at 11,149,364. The Las Vegas franchise welcomed the 11-millionth fan (Brian Johnson) during the opening homestand on April 14 vs. Sacramento.

 

            Susan G. Komen Jersey Night, presented by UMC, will be featured in the opener of the four-game series on Saturday, June 25 on PINK Night!  The first 2,500 fans through the gates (open at 6 p.m.) will receive a Komen Jersey.

 

“Smith’s Value Menu Monday” will then be featured in game three of the series at 7:05 p.m. on June 27.  Monday “home” games will feature a “Value Menu” for the eighth straight season (except for the Fireworks Extravaganza on July 4)!  The 51s and Aramark have teamed together for discounted food items on Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and Pretzels for just $1.00 per item.

 

Sacramento’s roster features two of the top 10 prospects in the Giants organization, according to Baseball America: Right-handed pitcher Clayton Blackburn (No. 8) and left-handed pitcher Adalberto Mejia (No. 10).

 

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 ‘THE GAME’, which will carry live all 144 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.comRuss Langer, the 10-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 17th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

 

All 51s games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

 

Following the homestand, the next scheduled off day for the PCL is Wednesday, June 29.  Las Vegas will then embark on a brief four-game road trip to the Pacific Northwest on Thursday, June 30 to face the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners.  The series against the Rainiers will conclude on Sunday, July 3.

 

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the America First Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non-game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com). Ticketmaster outlets are located at selected Smith’s Food & Drug.

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The individual game tickets for the 72-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $16.00 (field, $17.00-Day of Game) & the blue dugout seats at $30.00.  The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on plaza, field and reserved seats throughout the season except for the “Fireworks Extravaganza” on Monday, July 4 (all seats priced at $16.00-presale & $17.00-Day of Game for this special event).

 

Season tickets and mini-plan packages (11, 22, 36-game plans) are available by calling the 51s office at (702) 798-7825.

 

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com. 

 

– Visit the Las Vegas 51s on the Internet at www.lv51.com

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Las Vegas 51s Host Sacramento River Cats in Four-Game Homestand from June 26th – 29th

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51s RETURN TO CASHMAN FIELD FOR BRIEF FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND
AGAINST THE SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS FROM JUNE 26-29
51s BEACH TOWEL NIGHT (FRIDAY, JUNE 26)
51s HAWAIIAN JERSEY NIGHT (SATURDAY, JUNE 27)
SMITH’S VALUE MENU MONDAY (JUNE 29)
FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA (JULY 4th)

The Las Vegas 51s professional baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, and the 2013 & 2014 Pacific Southern Division Champions, will open a brief four-game homestand on Friday, June 26 against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the 2014 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants, at Cashman Field at 7:05 p.m. The homestand will conclude on Monday, June 29 at 7:05 p.m.

 

Following a brief four-game road trip to the Pacific Northwest against the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, from Tuesday-Friday, June 30 – July 3, the 51s will host the traditional “Fireworks Extravaganza,” presented by Nevada State Bank, on Saturday, July 4th.

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THE FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA – SATURDAY, JULY 4th

The 51s organization will present The Best Independence Day Fireworks Show in Las Vegas on Saturday, July 4th following the Albuquerque/51s contest at 7:05 p.m.   Fans can also enjoy the “Dreyer’s Ice Cream Family Fun Fest” featuring a “4th of July” Picnic atmosphere inside the Cashman Convention Center from 3 – 6 p.m. with games, live music by Avalon Landing, food & more.  The fun fest is free with a game ticket to the July 4th contest.

All seats are priced at $15.00 for this special game

 

Las Vegas, under third-year manager Wally Backman and the 2014 PCL Manager of the Year, are currently on a seven-game road trip that will conclude on Thursday evening in Salt Lake City, Utah against the Bees, Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Las Vegas is 3-2 on the road trip (2-2 vs. Fresno; 1-0 vs. Salt Lake). The “first place” 51s (41-31 record, .569) hold a 4.5 game lead over second-place El Paso (36-35, .507) in the Pacific Southern Division.

 

The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

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2015 ATTENDANCE: In 34 dates, Las Vegas’ total is 176,605 for an average of 5,194.  The 51s began the 2015 “home” season with back-to-back sellouts on April 17 (11,007) and April 18 (9,928).  The “home opener” crowd on April 17 of 11,007 was the largest in the 33-year franchise history (10,622 – inaugural home opener on April 10, 1983 vs. Salt Lake City).  The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance in all 32 seasons (1983-2014) and the all-time attendance total now stands at 10,820,814.

 

The opener of the four-game series on Friday will feature 51s Beach Towel Night, presented by Selective Service, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates (open at 6 p.m.).

 

The 51s popular “Promotional Jersey Series” continues with 51s Hawaiian Jersey Night, presented by Cox on Olive Crest Night on Saturday, June 27 at 7:05 p.m. The first 2,500 fans through the gates will receive a Hawaiian Jersey.

 

The last matinee “Home Sunday” contest of the season will be featured in game three of the series on June 28 at 12:05 pm. The remaining Sunday games at Cashman Field (July 5, August 2, August 16, September 6) will begin at 7:05 p.m.

 

Smith’s Value Menu Monday will be presented in the finale of the homestand vs. Sacramento on June 29. Monday “home” games will feature a “Value Menu” for the seventh straight season!  The 51s and Aramark have teamed together for discounted food items on Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and Pretzels for just $1.00 per item.

 

Sacramento’s roster features two of the top 10 prospects in the Giants organization, according to Baseball America: Right-handed pitcher Clayton Blackburn (No. 5) and left-handed pitcher Ty Blach (No. 7)

 

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on Sports 920 (AM) The Game, which will carry live all 144 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.comRuss Langer, the nine-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 16th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

 

All 51s games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

 

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the America First Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non-game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com). Ticketmaster outlets are located at selected Smith’s Food & Drug.

 

The individual game tickets for the 72-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $15.00 (field, $16.00-Day of Game) & the blue dugout seats at $25.00.  The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on field, plaza and reserved seats throughout the season except for the “Fireworks Extravaganza” on Saturday, July 4 (all seats are priced at $15.00 for this special event).

 

Season tickets and mini-plan packages (11, 22, 36-game plans) are available by calling the 51s office at (702) 798-7825.

 

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com. 

 

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Las Vegas 51s Host Sacramento River Cats May 12th Through May 15th – Special Promotions

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51s RETURN TO CASHMAN FIELD FOR BRIEF FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND AGAINST SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS; SMOKER’S STRIKE OUT 12TH ANNUAL SCHOOL DAY GAME/SPONSORED BY ANDERSON DAIRY & BLUE BUNNY ICE CREAM (WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 AT 10:35 A.M.); BUDWEISER DOLLAR BEER NIGHT (THURSDAY, MAY 14); 51s HEADPHONES NIGHT (FRIDAY, MAY 15)

 

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The Las Vegas 51s professional baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, and the 2013 & 2014 Pacific Southern Division Champions, will open a brief four-game homestand on Tuesday, May 12 against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the 2014 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants, at Cashman Field at 7:05 p.m.  The series against the River Cats will conclude on Friday, May 15 at 7:05 p.m.

 

Las Vegas, under third-year manager Wally Backman and the 2014 PCL Manager of the Year, are currently on an eight-game road trip (5-1 record) that will conclude in El Paso, Texas against the Chihuahuas, Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, on Monday evening.

 

Las Vegas, on May 6, set a franchise record for most consecutive wins in a season with 13 (the 1987 Las Vegas Stars won 12 straight games, July 30 – August 10).  Las Vegas won 14 straight games from April 26 – May 7 and the all-time PCL record is 19-consecutive wins by the Los Angeles Angels (April 2-21, 1939).

 

The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

 

2015 ATTENDANCE: In 11 dates, Las Vegas’ total is 63,961 for an average of 5,815.  The 51s began the 2015 “home” season with back-to-back sellouts on April 17 (11,007) and April 18 (9,928).  The “home opener” crowd on April 17 of 11,007 was the largest in the 33-year franchise history (10,622 – inaugural home opener on April 10, 1983 vs. Salt Lake City).  The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance in all 32 seasons (1983-2014) and the all-time attendance total now stands at 10,708,170.

 

The 51s organization on Wednesday, May 13 will present Smoker’s Strike Out 12th Annual School Day Game, sponsored by Anderson Dairy & Blue Bunny Ice Cream with a field trip to 5th grade students in the Clark County School District for the special start time of 10:35 a.m.

 

Over the past 11 seasons, a total of 101,178 fans have attended the morning games.  Last season (May 13, 2014), a crowd of  9,686 attended the game between Tacoma/Las Vegas (W, 5-4 in 10 innings).  The 51s hosted Tucson in the inaugural “school day” game on May 6, 2004, before a crowd of 4,224.

 

The Tobacco Awareness Program, through the Clark County School District, is an important event that takes place prior to the “School Day” game that serves to educate the young students on the dangers of cigarette smoking.

 

“The school day game has become a tradition and is a great event for the fifth grade students,” 51s President/COO Don Logan said.  “The kids have a great time annually and the game serves as a fun and educational experience for the students with both the Tobacco Awareness Program and the opportunity to watch the 51s play baseball.”

 

Game three of the series on Thursday, May 14 at 7:05 p.m. will feature Budweiser Dollar Beer Night.

 

“Dollar Beer Night” will be presented at every Thursday home game during the 2015 season.  Proper identification and wristbands are required for dollar beer night.

 

51s Headphones Night, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates, will be presented in the finale of the homestand on Friday, May 15.

 

Sacramento’s roster features two of the top 10 prospects in the Giants organization, according to Baseball America: Left-handed pitcher Ty Blach (No. 7) and right-handed pitcher Hunter Strickland (No. 8).

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on Sports 920 (AM) The Game, which will carry live all 144 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.comRuss Langer, the nine-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 16th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

 

All 51s games (home & away) will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

 

Following the homestand, Las Vegas will embark on a brief four-game road trip to the Pacific Northwest.  The 51s will face the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, from Friday-Tuesday, May 16-19. The next scheduled off day for the PCL is Wednesday, May 20.

 

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the America First Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non-game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com). Ticketmaster outlets are located at selected Smith’s Food & Drug.

 

The individual game tickets for the 72-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $15.00 (field, $16.00-Day of Game) & the blue dugout seats at $25.00.  The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on field, plaza and reserved seats throughout the season except for the “Fireworks Extravaganza” on Saturday, July 4 (all seats are priced at $15.00 for this special event).

 

Season tickets and mini-plan packages (11, 22, 36-game plans) are available by calling the 51s office at (702) 798-7825.

 

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com. 

 

 

                 

– Visit the Las Vegas 51s on the Internet at www.lv51.com

– Visit www.MiLB.com – the official site of Minor League Baseball –

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Las Vegas 51s Host Intrastate Rival Reno & Sacramento in 8-Game Homestand (July 22-29)

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51s HOST INTRASTATE RIVAL, THE RENO ACES, AND SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS
IN EIGHT-GAME HOMESTAND FROM JULY 22-29
BUDWEISER DOLLAR BEER NIGHT (JULY 25)
METS CAP NIGHT/TOYS 4 TOTS NIGHT (FRIDAY, JULY 26)
SUSAN G. KOMEN JERSEY NIGHT (SATURDAY, JULY 27)
VALUE MENU MONDAY (JULY 22 & 29)

The Las Vegas 51s professional baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, will open an eight-game homestand against intrastate rival, the Reno Aces, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks and defending PCL & Triple-A Champions, on Monday, July 22 at Cashman Field at 7:05 p.m. The Aces-51s are continuing a home-and-home, eight-game series that began on Thursday, July 18 at Aces Ballpark. The series will conclude on Thursday, July 25 with all games at 7:05 p.m. Las Vegas will then host division-rival, the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland A’s, in a four-game series from Friday-Monday, July 26-29.

On Sunday, July 28, the two teams will complete the suspended game from Monday, May 6 in Sacramento, Calif. The game will begin at 5:05 p.m. (in the top of the first inning and Las Vegas will be the visiting team) and the regularly scheduled game will begin 25 minutes after the completion of the suspended contest.

The 51s, under manager Wally Backman, are concluding a brief four-game road trip in Northern Nevada against Reno on Sunday evening. Las Vegas, 51-47, is tied for second place in the Pacific Southern Division, 1.5 games behind the Tucson Padres, Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres. Three teams in the division are separated by 1.5 games (Tucson, 54-47; Las Vegas, 51-47; Sacramento, 52-48).

2013 ATTENDANCE: In 46 dates, Las Vegas’ total is 229,068 for an average of 4,980. Las Vegas’ season-high crowds, which include four sellouts, are 11,776 against Round Rock on May 10 and 11,522 for the 10th Annual School Day Game against Albuquerque on May 14 at Cashman Field. The Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in “home” attendance in all 30 seasons (1983-2012) and the all-time attendance total now stands at 10,215,582. The 51s organization have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada.

Value Menu Monday will be presented in the opener and the finale of the homestand at 7:05 p.m. on July 22 & 29. Monday “home” games will feature a “Value Menu” for the fifth straight season. The 51s and Aramark have teamed together for discounted food items on Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and Pretzels for just $1.00 per item.

Budweiser Dollar Beer Night will be featured in the finale of the home-and-home, eight-game series against the Aces on Thursday. Every Thursday home game throughout the 2013 campaign will feature “Dollar Beers.” Proper identification and wristbands are required for dollar beer night.

In 2009, Las Vegas and Reno developed the Silver State Diamond Challenge and the “Silver Plate Trophy” to add to the excitement to the rivalry for the two PCL teams that represent the state of Nevada. In 2013, Las Vegas leads the 16-game series, seven-games-to-three.

CHAMPION OF THE SILVER STATE DIAMOND CHALLENGE:

2009: Las Vegas 51s (series tied 8-8 and won the “Draw of the Cards” between the two Mayors)

2010: Reno Aces (Reno won series 11-games-to-5)

2011: Reno Aces (series tied 8-8, Aces retain trophy)

2012: Reno Aces (series tied 8-8, Aces retain trophy)

Reno’s roster features two of the top 10 prospects in the Diamondbacks organization, according to Baseball America: Third baseman Matt Davidson (No. 4) and shortstop Chris Owings (No. 7).

Mets Cap Night, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates, will be presented in the opener of the four-game series against the River Cats on Friday, July 26 at 7:05 p.m. and the gates will open at 6 p.m.

Toys 4 Tots Night will also be presented and Marines – Las Vegas will be involved with this special event to benefit the Marines Toys 4 Tots charity for Friday’s contest. Fans can bring a new unwrapped toy to the game and the toys will be distributed to over 75 local charities. The “Toys” can be dropped off at the Marines Toys 4 Tots Truck which will be located near the main entrance at Cashman Field or at the “Toys 4 Tots” table located on the concourse level.

Susan G. Komen Jersey Night will be featured in game two of the four-game series on Saturday, July 27 at 7:05 p.m. The first 2,500 fans through the gates will receive the “Pink Jerseys” to help honor Susan G. Komen.

Sacramento’s roster features two of the top 10 prospects in the A’s organization, according to Baseball America: Outfielder Michael Choice (No. 2) and right-handed pitcher Dan Straily (No. 6).

The 51s will broadcast all games on Lotus Broadcasting on Sports 920 The Game, which will carry live all 144 regular season games. Also, all games will be available on the 51s website (Major League Baseball Advanced Media, MLBAM) at www.LV51.com. Russ Langer, the eight-time Nevada Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA), is in his 14th season behind the microphone calling 51s baseball.

All 51s games will also be broadcast on MiLB.TV via LV51.com.

Following the homestand, Las Vegas will begin a stretch of 16 straight games against the American Conference. The 51s will embark on an eight-game all-Tennessee road trip beginning on Tuesday, July 30 in Nashville against the Sounds, Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. The four-game series will conclude on Friday, August 2. Las Vegas will then travel to Memphis to face the Redbirds, Triple-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals, in a four-game series from Saturday-Tuesday, August 3-6.

Tickets for all 51s home games can be purchased at the America First Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field. The box office is open Monday-Friday (non game days) from Noon to 4:30 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com). Ticketmaster outlets are located at selected Smith’s Food & Drug.

The individual game tickets for the 72-game home season are priced at $10.00 (reserved, $11.00-Day of Game); $13.00 (plaza, $14.00-Day of Game) and $14.00 (field, $15.00-Day of Game). The traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on plaza and reserved seats throughout the season except for the “Fireworks Extravaganza” that was held on Wednesday, July 3.

Season tickets and mini-plan packages (10 & 10-Game You Pick’em, 20, 33-game plans) are available by calling the 51s office at (702) 798-7825.

Official licensed 51s team merchandise is available on the “Team Shop” section of the website at www.LV51.com .

– Visit the Las Vegas 51s on the Internet at www.lv51.com  –
– Visit www.MiLB.com  – the official site of Minor League Baseball