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Based in Nevada, Reno Aces is a professional minor league baseball franchise which is a member of the Pacific Coast League. Owned by SK Baseball, LLC, the franchise is a Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Following the Triple-A history from 1969 to 1997, Toros have become a member of the Golden Baseball League since then. From 1998 to 2008, the professional baseball team used to play its home games at the Tucson Electric Park but from 2009 onwards, the team plays its home games at the Aces Ballpark. Along with the capacity to seat nearly nine thousand people, this ball park also has twenty two luxury skyboxes and two party zones with table seating where people can sit and enjoy a wonderful view of the game. All in all, the Reno Aces Ballpark is a great place to spend a relaxed afternoon with friends and family because it gives a great view of the triple-A baseball match from all four sides. It is for this reason that Reno Aces tickets have become a hot seller of the season.
From 1998 to 2008, the Reno Aces were formerly known as the Tucson Sidewinders. Even before that, the team was known as the Tucson Toros that had also won the PCL Championship in 1991 and 1993. After the MLB inducted Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix and Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the Toros relocated to California as the Fresno Grizzlies. In 1997, the Phoenix Firebirds moved to Tucson and became a part of the Tucson Toros. However, after the home venue and affiliations were changed in 1998, the team became to be known as the Sidewinders. After the 2008 season, the Sidewinders moved to Reno, Nevada, took their new name of Reno Aces and became a Triple-A affiliate of the Diamondbacks.
The team’s nickname is Ace which has dual meanings; the word is used as baseball slang and refers to the top pitcher of the team. Some of the fan-favorite pitchers of this baseball team are Chase Anderson, Eddie Bonine, Charles Brewer, Eury De La Rosa, Randall Delgado, Nelson Figueroa, Matt Gorgen, Will Harris, Warner Madrigal, Evan Marshall, Garrett Mock, Joe Paterson and Tyler Skaggs. The ace also carries a second meaning in that it is the uppermost card in many card games which hints at Nevada's gambling history.
The minor league baseball would give you a home feeling that all major league stadiums lack. The team has earned a massive fan following attracting hoards of people every time the match is held. Once the game ends, the evening is followed by some fireworks and promotion that is a whole lot of fun. If your seats are closer to the field, you will get to watch the top notch action packed performance of the players in their navy blue, white and red jerseys while enjoying the great sense of hometown pride. If you are also an avid baseball fan, do not delay your booking of Reno Aces tickets.
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