Baseball enthusiasts can’t properly behold the glorious seventh-inning stretch in a crowded living room, because there’s always someone standing on the coffee table getting his forehead rhythmically slammed by the ceiling fan. Catch the game in comfort with today's deal: for $9, you get two reserved-level tickets to any remaining Las Vegas 51s 2010 regular-season home game (a $20 value) at Cashman Field in downtown Las Vegas. The 51s have nine regular-season home games left, including their home finale on Sunday, August 29.
The Las Vegas 51s are the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays and have provided action-packed professional baseball since 1983. The team’s pantheon of players over the past 27 seasons includes several MLB stars, such as Sandy Alomar Jr., Tony Gwynn, Ozzie Guillen, Russell Martin, James Loney, and Derrek Lee. Amateur baseball scouts can pinpoint the next Cy-Babe DiMaggio within the comforts of the 9,334-seat Cashman Field, which hosted the Triple-A World Series from 1998–2000. From reserved-level seating, you'll be able to munch on hot dogs mere feet from the grassy turf and cheer on the 51s as they try to chase down the top teams in the Pacific Coast League Pacific South standings.
Fans can also look forward to the extraterrestrial antics of the team mascot, Cosmo, a survivor of a nearby spaceship crash and baseball virtuoso on his home planet of Koufaxia. With Cosmo's hijinks and a family-sized stash of peanuts, your entire clan of baseball junkies can spend an evening watching the fastballs, curveballs, and balls with free will at a Las Vegas 51s game.
Yelpers give Cashman Field, where the Las Vegas 51s play, an average of three stars:
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