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Dodgers, Reds add Vegas exhibition

Good news for Las Vegas baseball fans: the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Cincinnati Reds have added a March 31 exhibition at Cashman Field.

individual game tickets for the Major League Baseball Spring Training game between the Cincinnati Reds and the back-to-back National League West Division champions, the Los Angeles Dodgers, will go on sale on Monday, March 1 at noon at the Cashman Field box office.

The following are the individual game ticket prices for the Reds/Dodgers contest on Wednesday, March 31 at 7:05 p.m. at Cashman Field: $30 for reserved seats, berm and grandstand; $45 for plaza seats and $50 for field seats. The Reds and Dodgers game will feature split squads.

The Dodgers will return to Cashman Field for the first time since March 30, 2006 when they faced the Seattle Mariners (Seattle 4, L.A. 3, sellout crowd of 10,271) and fifth time overall (2001-03, ’06). The Las Vegas 51s were the top farm club of the Dodgers for eight seasons (2001-08). The Reds will be making their inaugural Las Vegas visit.

“Las Vegas is a great backdrop for the L.A. Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds to play an exhibition game,” said Rossi Ralenkotter, President/CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “Both teams have a rich history and will appeal to baseball fans who love the game and all that it represents.”

“We were excited to announce a third game to our Big League lineup in March,” 51s President/General Manager Don Logan said. “This adds a nice variety of teams that our fans will get to see play this March at Cashman Field (Cubs, White Sox, Dodgers, Reds). The Dodgers have a tremendous following in Southern Nevada and many of the players on the current big league roster played for the 51s before excelling on the Major League level. The Reds have a great baseball tradition and we welcome them for their first visit to Las Vegas.”

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