During the six-game stretch, Frank Schwindel batted .429, drove in 10 runs and a hit home run in five straight games (six total). He only struck out twice.
Reno outslugs Aviator 21-16 to tie Las Vegas Ballpark record for most runs scored in a game.
Through his first four starts, Daulton Jefferies pitched total of 19⅔ innings, giving up three runs while posting a 1.37 ERA. However, he gave up seven runs in four innings Monday night.
Las Vegas first baseman Frank Schwindel is on a home run tear and has improved his batting average to .322.
The Las Vegas Ballpark will operate at 100 percent capacity for the first time all season tonight for the Aviators’ matchup against the Reno Aces.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is looking toward possible arbitration to settle a dispute over its naming rights deal with the Las Vegas Ballpark.
Nate Mondou doubled home a pair of runs to highlight a four-run sixth inning as the Aviators rallied to the victory.
Las Vegas Ballpark receives 62 percent of the fan vote to defeat Huntington Park, home of the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, in the Ballpark Digest final.
When a Las Vegas resident wrote to then MLB commissioner Bud Selig asking why more wasn’t being done to create awareness in ALS, he was surprised by the reaction.
Luis Barrera had three hits and three RBIs, and Frank Swindell, Francisco Pena and Cody Thomas homered in the fifth inning as the Aviators beat the Sacramento River Cats.
The Aviators took an 8-0 lead after four innings and cruised to the victory over the Sacramento River Cats.
A’s president Dave Kaval sat down for an exclusive interview with the Review-Journal during which many topics regarding Las Vegas becoming the potential new home for the A’s were discussed.
The Aviators were held to one hit and lost 5-0 last Sunday — the first time in 79 games at Las Vegas Ballpark they were shut out. Two days later, Las Vegas was blanked again, 12-0.
Las Vegas native Drew Robinson opened scoring with an RBI double and Justin Bour drove in three runs on two hits as Sacramento defeated the Aviators 7-2 at Sutter Health Park.
Good faith or only posturing? A’s president Dave Kaval says the American League club is sincere about pursuing a potential new home in Southern Nevada.