Northern Nevada natives and visitors love to watch Aceball! The Aces are part of the Pacific Coast League, a Major League Baseball-affiliated 16-team league that stretches from California to Tennessee. The Aces, top affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, play in the Pacific North division, alongside the Fresno Grizzlies, Sacramento River Cats and Tacoma Rainiers.
Aces Ballpark, located just two blocks east of Reno's casino district, provides easy access to downtown lodgers as well as ample parking nearby for fans driving in. While you're at the game, visit the Craft Beer Garden and raise a pint from one of twelve breweries and cider makers while you cheer on the local nine. Unique food options include the Triple Play Sandwich, consisting of pulled pork, brisket, meatballs, pickles and peppers; and the nacho helmet, a family-size portion of ballpark nachos served in a full-size souvenir batting helmet. Visit the Aces Team Shop to pick up some of the Minors' top-selling team gear, and stick around for the seventh-inning stretch, when the 20-foot singing baseball puppet rises above the center field fence to lead the crowd in "Take Me Out to the Ballgame".
After the game, head upstairs to the Freight House District for 21-and-over entertainment. Duffy's Ale House features 48 beers on tap, an array of flatscreens to catch you up on the day's sports highlights, and some of the finest burgers and wood-fired pizza in town. You can also dance the night away in the 250 Lounge, the only nightspot overlooking downtown Reno, and catch live entertainment at the open-air Heineken Stage and Tuaca Bar.