UNLV’s football team hopes to play in front of fans this season at Allegiant Stadium. The future of other valley teams and events is more hazy.
Baseball fans toured Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin on Friday. The ballpark is home to the Las Vegas Aviators Triple-A baseball team.
The outfield swimming pool sits quiet amid the coronavirus pandemic, but memories of the team’s division title to cap the first season at Las Vegas Ballpark still resonate.
With sports arenas and stadiums in the Las Vegas Valley set to sit empty without fans for the immediate future, some facilities are looking at ways to utilize their space outside of game days.
The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted substantial financial damage on the Las Vegas sports scene. Fans may need patience before a full recovery takes place.
Coronavirus threat forces Henderson’s Ken Korach to call Athletics road games from home in a nod to re-created games of baseball’s past.
Aviators reached out to displaced Blue Jays, but distance from American League East cities spiked a possible deal.
Aviators president and chief operating officer Don Logan hasn’t been able to build on momentum from the first season at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Branch Rickey III runs the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. His grandfather, Branch Rickey, created the minor league system.
Major League Baseball, which subsidizes its minor league affiliates, is seeking to eliminate or reimagine 40 of them before next season in an attempt to modernize player development.
The Pacific Coast League will hold calls after each affiliate has a chance to discuss the situation with its parent major league club.