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Las Vegas 51's Baseball, Las Vegas
(4.3/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
The Las Vegas 51s have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas Triple-A baseball was born on April 10, 1983 before a crowd of 10,622 at Cashman Field and has since enjoyed 33 out-of-this-world years in the Silver State (1983 - 2016).
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  • We booked via Viator for the VIP package. We were staying downtown so walked to the stadium , about 15 minutes. Everyone we met was friendly and very helpful, especially the couple who sat next to us....  more »
  • We saw our first baseball game there. The standing up of all those involved was fascinating, as was carried in the United States flag and the anthem Sung. At such moments, you will realize that you are not at home. The game itself against the Salt Lake bees, was well attended. You could stock up during the breaks and snack vendors walking around with food. The game itself was interesting, but very elongated. As it was not over yet after 2.5 hours, we went to 7 out of 9 innings. The stadium itself is located in a somewhat repellent area, which is why you should not go on foot. The Cashman Field wants to achieve this with the transport, it says 2 times change. It is best to use an "Uber" like Rideshare provider the service of Lyft. On the Strip, they share out always pink cards that one after entering a code 10 trips to $5 cheaper gets. The trips are cheaper than taxis in also many times. The WIFI turned off at 21:30. Fortunately, there was another one, so we could still use the rideshare application on the 2nd floor. All in all a better evening.
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  • Decent value but overall nothing special. Dated stadium....pay to park ($5..granted not a lot but have been to enough minor league stadiums that offer free parking to feel it should be common place).....  more »
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  • Going to a game is a lot of fun with friends or family. It is a good idea to arrive early to park if it is a popular night, especially when they have fireworks. Otherwise, you may have a long walk. There are theme nights, which are great for kids, and they give away 51's towels, caps etc on some nights.
  • Baseball Talent eager to got to the Major Leagues
  • I've only been to one game, but it was fun. Parking is good. The team is decent. The between inning entertainment is fun.
  • Best local professional sports product around. Great baseball, entertainment and the wonderful place to spend time with friends, family and co-workers. Fireworks, giveaways and love those $1 Beer Nights!
  • For now it's all we have in Vegas, so I'll take it.