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2011-2012 Las Vegas 51s 2011-2012 Las Vegas 51s

Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos is seeking to rebuild this minor league affiliate to compete with leading teams of the Pacific Coast League. Excitement among local Vegas fans has been building and many visitors are coming to Cashman Center on 850 Las Vegas Blvd N in Las Vegas, Nevada 89101.

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2011 Las Vegas 51s are fun to watch and many visitors are coming to Cashman Center on 850 Las Vegas Blvd N in Las Vegas, Nevada 89101.


For ticket information, please see or phone 702 798 7825


In 2011 under manager Marty Brown the Las Vegas 51s posted a 71-73 record in the PCL South Division Triple A Baseball. Attendance was 314,032. Ushers are first class and friendly


Outfield walls are way back, 340 in left and right and looks like 440 in center, and, outfield walls appear to be at least 20 feet high. Wow! Come out and take a look see for yourself.


27 position players and 33 pitchers  rotated into 51s lineups during 2011. Some came from Double-A and some returned from the majors, a few played with Las Vegas after to get back into shape after their injuries healed.


Some of the star players and fans favorites of the 2011 Las Vegas 51s are


David Cooper, 24 years old first baseman, posted a robust .364 batting average, and lined an amazing total of 51 doubles, 9 homers, scored 77 runs and had 96 RBIs. David Cooper was the Pacific Coast batting champion. Joined the majors in late 2011.


Brett Lawrie, 21 yrs third baseman had a very fine season in 2011. He batted .353 and blasted 24 doubles, 6 triples and a team leading 18 home runs. Brett Lawrie scored 64 runs and had 61 RBIs in just 69 games, 292 at bats. He later in 2011 played in majors.


Brian Jeroloman, 26 yrs old catcher, a standout on defense, he compiled a .985 fielding percentage with 548 putouts and 26 assists and made just 9 errors in 78 games. Brian Jeroloman batted .248 with a .355 on base pct. HE hit 9 Ds and 2 Hrs.


Brad Mills, 26 yrs old starting pitcher, posted an 11-9 record with a 4.00 ERA in 24 starts, working a team leading 157.1 innings.


Brett Cecil, 24 yrs old starting pitcher. He fashioned a sterling 8-2 w/l record in 12 starts, working 78.2 innings. Brett Cecil pitched in majors late in 2011.


Danny Farquhar, 24 yrs old relief closer, was 4-5 with 14 saves a 4.70 ERA in a  50 relief games. Danny Farquahar late in 2011 joined the majors.


Rommie Lewis, 28 yrs old, reliever, he was 3-3 with 4 saves in 36 games in 2011.


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