All-Time Greats: Kevin McReynolds, Sandy Alomar Jr., Matt Kemp, John Kruk, Joey Cora
Las Vegas Aviators Tickets
The Las Vegas Aviators began their first season in 2019. The team changed its name from the Las Vegas 51s and relocated from Cashman Field near downtown Las Vegas to the Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin, Nev., at the end of 2018. Currently the Triple-A minor league affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, the team plays in the Pacific Coast League’s Southern Division. Under its original name, the Las Vegas Stars, this was the last minor league team in Las Vegas to win a PCL championship in 1988 and 1989. The current Aviators went to the semifinals in the PCL Championship round in 2019, and a number of players are looking to make noise in the upcoming season as they fight to return to the championship series. Players for the Aviators include left-handed pitchers Jesús Luzardo and A.J Puk, center field man Sean Murphy, right-hand pitcher Daulton Jefferies and outfielder Austin Beck. Grab your tickets at StubHub to get in on the action this season.
What can you tell me about the Las Vegas Aviators' manager?
Fran Riordan was hired as the Aviators’ manager in 2019 and led the team to the second-best record in the PCL. The record earned him the Pacific Coast League’s Manager of the Year honors. Riordan started in professional baseball as a manager with the Dubois County Dragons in 2000 before taking over the Richmond Roosters in the Frontier League. He led Richmond to two league championships in 2001 and 2002. He also led the Kalamazoo Kings to the 2005 Frontier League Championship. Riordan left his time with the Frontier League as the all-time wins leader with 625 and was inducted into the Frontier League’s Hall of Fame in 2014. He joined the Oakland Athletics organization in 2015, where he went on to lead the double-A Midland RockHounds to the 2017 Texas League Championship finish and the 2018 Nashville Sounds to a second-place finish in PCL’s American Southern Division.
Who are some notable players for the Las Vegas Aviators?
Since 1983, when Triple-A ball came to Las Vegas, there has been a slew of great players take the field for the team, including Kevin McReynolds. He is best known for hitting a home run over the scoreboard in left field at Cashman Field — a distance of roughly 530 feet. He finished his Triple-A career in Las Vegas with a batting average of .377, 116 RBIs, 46 doubles and 14 stolen bases. McReynolds went on to a 12-year major league career. Another notable player was Sandy Alomar Jr., who played in Las Vegas for the Stars during the 1988 and 1989 seasons. He was named the Minor League Player of the Year in 1989 and the Pacific Coast Player of the Year in 1988 and 1989. He went on to become the Cleveland Indians' bench coach after retiring from baseball in 2007.
What is the Las Vegas Aviators' venue like?
The Las Vegas Ballpark opened prior to the start of the 2019 Triple-A baseball season. In its inaugural season, the 10,000-seat baseball park won the 2019 MiLB Triple-A Best of the Ballparks Award by a vote of fans across the country. The ballpark boasts various seating options such as suites, club suites, berm seating, party zones and decks and a kids' zone. The venue also has bars, food stands and a pool behind the outfield wall for visitors to enjoy.
How much are Las Vegas Aviators tickets?
The cost of a ticket varies depending on the team the Aviators are playing and where you wish to sit. Ticket prices range from about $12 to $90. Check StubHub for the latest ticket prices.
How is the tailgating scene at Las Vegas Aviators games?
A favorite gathering spot for Aviators fans is the Red Rock Casino located minutes away from the stadium on foot. The casino has a large sports book betting area where fans can gather to make bets on the game and have drinks and food before and after the game.Back to Top
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