Should talks between the A’s and Las Vegas advance, Aviators’ ballpark may prove to be an asset more valuable than a starting pitcher capable of throwing seven innings.
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When he played left back for his academy soccer team in his native England, John Barr’s dream was to one day have his name stitched on the back of a professional jersey.
The Stanley Cup is so revered that the Hockey Hall of Fame appoints a man to guard it. His name is Phil Pritchard — the Keeper of the Cup.
Adam Babb was born in Saudi Arabia, grew up in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and became a de facto matchmaker for the original UFC Fight Island card in the Persian Gulf.
Indianapolis 500 legend Bobby Unser, who was 87 when he died, won a race at Las Vegas’ old Stardust Raceway and had a brief connection with the entertainer Liberace.
After 606 days away from the diamond because of COVID, the Aviators finally opened their 2021 Triple-A West season Thursday night with health restrictions still in place.
Charlie Cerrone, the only baseball coach Centennial High has had, reflects on his 500th coaching victory, molding boys into men and maintaining fields.
Rancho, which once practiced in a city park, was among nine high schools picked to scrimmage in Allegiant Stadium during a prep football jamboree this weekend.
Rick Harrison’s seventh Pawn Stars Poker Run motorcycle rally will add NFL quarterback Brett Hundley as a guest rider and charity benefactor.
Lights FC and a fledgling indoor volleyball francise go by Las Vegas despite training in California.
Las Vegas’ Miracle League returns to the field after grim 2020 layoff caused by COVID-19.
Despite producing Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio, the Pacific Coast League goes away as part of Major League Baseball’s reorganization of the minor leagues.
By opening Allegiant Stadium for a practice jamboree, the Raiders have helped provide local high school football teams with a silver lining amid COVID.
With COVID restrictions being lifted and rims back in place, Las Vegas playground basketball players slowly make their way back to the courts.
UNLV kicker Nick Garritano still marvels 30 years later at Jason Hanson’s 62-yard field goal for Washington State in its 41-13 win over UNLV at Sam Boyd Stadium in 1991.