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A Home Run: The 51s Head To The Playoffs
A Home Run: The 51s Head To The Playoffs

AIR DATE: September 4, 2013

Las Vegas' minor league baseball team, the 51s, is headed to the playoffs for the first time in more than 10 years. They won the division in spite of lackluster facilities, and a strained relationship with their major-league affiliate, the New York Mets. So what does this mean for the team? And will they start to get a little bit more respect in the New York press?


Todd Dewey, sports writer, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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