Cashman Field serves up minor-league baseball at its absolute best. The home team, the Las Vegas 51s, is a Class-AAA affiliate of the New York Mets, and the 9,334-seat facility hosts at least a few spring-training games for professional teams every year as well. Some fans prefer to watch from the berms in right and left field—grassy slopes perfect for families—but the most expensive seat in the stands runs less than $20. The concession offerings include a hamburger served up with maple-bacon-brown-sugar sausage, shoestring potatoes, barbecue sauce, and American cheese.

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