Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Vegas Loves October Baseball

Las Vegas has Major League Baseball Postseason fever! We detail some of the best spots in Las Vegas for hardball fans to catch all the action this October.

For gamblers in Las Vegas looking to place some wagers on postseason play, any of the resorts’ sports books have you covered, but not all sports books are created equal. Lagasse’s Stadium inside The Palazzo boasts more the 100 high-definition screens, one of which measures 9 feet tall and 16 feet across. Couches, bar seats, theater-style seating and luxury sky boxes are all ready to support your hind quarters during the baseball marathon. There’s a back porch with a full bar and a view of the Strip. The highlight of your time at Lagasse’s will of course be the food menu courtesy of the sports book’s namesake, Emeril Lagasse.

If the gambling is your only concern, head over to Westgate SuperBook. It’s more than 25,000 square feet of sports viewing pleasure. You’ll be in broadcast heaven with a wall of high-definition screens measuring 240 feet wide and 20 feet tall. It is the world's largest indoor LED video wall and the highest resolution screens in Las Vegas. The SuperBook also offers an extensive wagering menu, including the most proposition bets of any casino.

For folks vacationing on the Las Vegas Strip who just want to watch some October baseball and enjoy a cold one, you’ve got plenty of options. Baseball fans staying near MGM Grand would do well to stroll over to the massive resort’s sports bar, TAP. With 60 well-placed televisions and around 70 different beer selections, TAP is a sports fan’s paradise. You’ll also find an impressive selection of sports memorabilia. It’s practically a museum… a raucous, beer-filled museum.

Another popular watering hole on the Strip, Blondie’s inside Planet Hollywood is ready to host all the MLB action this October. If the obligatory model waitresses dressed as cheerleaders and all day beer pong aren’t enough to get you in the doors, the $20 all-you-can-drink wells and domestic drafts special from 3 to 6 p.m. just might.

Easily one of the most exciting places to watch any big game, Topgolf Las Vegas is one of the coolest new attractions on the Strip. More of a bowling alley than straight forward driving range, guests can try their hand at hitting RFID-equipped golf balls into the various targets. At the end of the range, four large screens broadcast the night’s biggest sporting events. There are multiple bars and restaurants as well as a sports book. Who could ask for more?

Just about any hang out on the Las Vegas Strip with televisions is a good place to watch MLB Postseason games. But these are some of the best. You can find a full schedule of all the October baseball on the MLB website. What are your favorite places to watch sports in Las Vegas? Join the conversation on Facebook!

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