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Cashman Field

Cashman Field

850 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Las Vegas, NV 89101

(702) 798-7825; (702) 386-7200

DIRECTIONS TO CASHMAN FIELD - DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS

From Henderson: Take U.S. 95 North, Exit on Las Vegas Blvd., Turn Right on Las Vegas Blvd., Travel 1/4 mile, Turn right into Cashman Center.

From Summerlin: Take U.S. 95 South, Exit on Las Vegas Blvd., Turn Left on Las Vegas Blvd., Travel 1/4 mile, Turn right into Cashman Center.

From North Las Vegas: Take I-15 South to U.S. 95 South, Exit on Las Vegas Blvd., Turn Left on Las Vegas Blvd., Travel 1/4 mile, Turn right into Cashman Center or Take 1-15 South to Washington Avenue Exit, turn left on Washington, Travel 3/4 mile, Turn right into Cashman Center.

From South on I-15: Take 1-15 South to U.S. 95 East, Exit on Las Vegas Blvd., Turn Left on Las Vegas Blvd., Travel 1/4 mile, Turn right into Cashman Center.

Cashman Field, a 9,334 permanent seat stadium, serves as the home field for the Las Vegas franchise for the past 28 seasons (1983-2010). The facility saw its first professional baseball game on April 1, 1983, when the San Diego Padres faced the Seattle Mariners in front of 13,878 fans. The Cashman Field attendance record was set on April 3, 1993, before a crowd of 15,025, between the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs. Las Vegas hosted the Triple-A All-Star Game on July 11, 1990. The National League defeated the American League, 8-5, before a crowd of 10,323.

In addition to Triple-A baseball, Cashman Field is home to at least one Major League Baseball Spring Training game annually. The Los Angeles Dodgers made three straight Cashman Field appearances from 2001-03 and returned in 2006 and 2010. In 2005, the Chicago Cubs and Seattle Mariners played two games to celebrate the Las Vegas Centennial (1905-2005). The Cubs have made six straight appearances (2005-10).

In 1996, the Oakland A's called Cashman Field home for the first six games of the regular season due to construction delays in their home stadium. The games marked the first time ever that a Major League Baseball season opener was held at a minor league park. Cashman Field was also home to the Triple-A World Series from 1998-2000, and has hosted numerous concerts and other non-sporting events.

An integral part of the 534,000 square foot Cashman Center, Cashman Field is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA). One of the most flexible multi-purpose facilities in the nation, Cashman Center features two exhibit halls, 16 meeting rooms, and a 1,940-seat professional theatre along with the stadium.

For further information regarding Cashman Center, contact the Buildings Operation Office at (702) 386-7100.