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Aces Ballpark to host high school baseball games

Aces Ballpark, home of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League’s Reno Aces, will play host to three local high school baseball games this season.

The action begins on at 4 p.m. April 6 when Truckee takes on South Tahoe.

This marks the second-straight season local high school baseball games will be played at Aces Ballpark, one of the premier facilities in all of Minor League Baseball.



Admission to all high school games at Aces Ballpark is free.

Any schools wishing to play a 2011 high school game at Aces Ballpark should contact Ashley Belka at 775-334-7020 or e-mail



ashley@renoaces.com. Participating teams will have the opportunity to use the event as a fundraiser for their organization.

The third season of Aces baseball in Reno begins Friday, April 15. Single-game tickets are on-sale at the Aces Ballpark Box Office, online at http://www.RenoAces.com or by phone at 775-334-7000.

Tickets for the April 5 exhibition game against the University of Nevada are on-sale now at http://www.RenoAces.com. Additionally, discount full and partial season ticket plans are available today. Visit http://www.RenoAces.com or call 775-334-4700 for more information.


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