Located in Downtown Las Vegas, Cashman Field Center was built in 1983 on land donated by James "Big Jim" Cashman, a Las Vegas community leader and southern Nevada pioneer. The stadium, which seats over 9,000, is part of the 50-acre, $26 million Cashman Field Center complex which also includes a 100,000 sq. foot convention center with 16 meeting rooms, and a 1,954 seat theatre.

Cashman Field is home to the Las Vegas 51s, AAA affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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