The Reno Aces are a Minor League Baseball franchise based in Reno, Nevada. The team is a member of the Pacific Coast League and is the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks!
America's favorite pastime is in Reno! From the season opener to the last game in September, there is at least one home game a week, perfect for a weekly outing with friends, family or a date night!

Aces Ballpark, the stadium's name since play began in 2009, is now known as Greater Nevada Field. The name change was announced in 2016, and is the result of a naming rights deal between Greater Nevada Credit Union and the Reno Aces.

Greater Nevada Field in downtown Reno at 250 Evans Avenue and W. 2nd Street, next to the Truckee River. This is a great stadium - it's small enough that everyone can be close to the action and big enough to have all the services (a variety of food and drink, Team Shop, Freight House District entertainment, etc.) needed to make attending games a fun and entertaining experience.

The Freight House District is a year-round entertainment complex attached to the Aces Ballpark in east downtown Reno. It routinely features concerts, festivals and other attractions throughout the year, both in conjunction with and independent of the the ball games. Each restaurant offers a full menu, with extensive dining options for lunch or dinner.

Kelly Richmond