The Automated Ball-Strike era at Las Vegas Ballpark began Tuesday night, even if nobody in the crowd of 6,752 seemed to notice during the Aviators’ game.
After 24 years of trying, car owner Sam Schmidt of Henderson said this might be his best chance to win the prestigious Indianapolis 500. He has three cars in Sunday’s race.
Las Vegas attorney Marc Risman has three clients in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, including Scott Dixon, the betting favorite who will start on the pole.
Miller is the constant whose annual production has improved at tackle, who shined early enough in this career out of UCLA to be paid handsomely for it.
College football season can’t come soon enough after last week’s feud between Alabama coach Nick Saban and Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher. The SEC rivals square off Oct. 8.
The Raiders on Wednesday worked out quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who essentially was banished by the NFL for five years for protesting racial injustice.
College teammates Derek Carr and Davante Adams have been reunited with the Raiders and will be the centerpiece of an offense that could be among the NFL’s best.
The Aces ran past the Phoenix Mercury on Saturday at Michelob Ultra Arena, running their record to 6-1 after a record-breaking 38 points in the third quarter.
The Lights’ game Friday at Cashman Field has been dubbed $1 Juice Night with Jose Canseco. The former MLB slugger will participate in a home run hitting contest at halftime.
Las Vegas businessman Ron Winchell says he may never get over the “tough beat” his 3-year-old colt Epicenter endured in the Kentucky Derby.
Pete DeBoer was fired as coach of the Golden Knights on Monday, meaning the team will soon have a third person hired to the position in six seasons.
Even with a flood of club teams, there are those who still believe in Little League’s stated mission of youth development and leadership.
The Experimental Automated Ball and Strike System will be utilized during the Aviators’ homestand in late May against the Sacramento River Cats.
Totals are down substantially at sportsbooks after teams averaged 4.03 runs per game in April — the lowest mark in any month since the strike-shortened 1981 season.
Ray Scott, who died Sunday at 88, put the spotlight on Lake Mead in 1971 with the inaugural Bassmaster Classic, an event that became the Super Bowl of competitive bass fishing.