Reno Aces

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Team History[edit]

Marine throwing out a pitch at an Aces game in 2015.

After the 2008 season the Tucson Sidewinders moved to Reno, NV and became the Reno Aces. The name is a reference to the city's fame as one of the top gambling destinations in the world.

The Aces were managed during their first five seasons by former Major League player Brett Butler. They play their home games at Aces Ballpark in downtown Reno. The Aces played in the Pacific South Division in 2009-2010, then moved to the Pacific North Division when the Tucson Padres replaced the Portland Beavers in the PCL.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
2009 79-64 3rd Brett Butler Rick Burleson Mike Parrott
2010 69-74 11th Brett Butler Rick Burleson Mike Parrott
2011 77-67 5th Brett Butler Lost in 1st round Rick Burleson Mike Parrott
2012 81-63 3rd Brett Butler League Champs Rick Burleson Mike Parrott
2013 60-84 15th Brett Butler Greg Gross Mike Parrott
2014 81-63 1st Phil Nevin Lost in League Finals Greg Gross Mike Parrott
2015 70-74 10th Phil Nevin Greg Gross Mike Parrott Luis Urueta
2016 76-68 4th Phil Nevin Greg Gross Gil Heredia Tack Wilson
2017 80-62 3rd Greg Gross Lost in 1st round Mike Lansing Gil Heredia
2018 72-68 6th (t) Greg Gross Jason Camilli Gil Heredia Mike Lansing
2019 66-74 10th Chris Cron Jason Camilli Jeff Bajenaru Greg Gross
2020 Season cancelled
2021 Blake Lalli Rick Short / Bijan Rademacher Jeff Bajenaru Jorge Cortes

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