- Location: Reno, NV
- League: Pacific Coast League 2009-2019; Triple-A West 2021; Pacific Coast League 2022-
- Affiliation: Arizona Diamondbacks 2009-present
- Ballpark: Greater Nevada Field
The Reno Aces, of the Pacific Coast League and briefly in Triple-A West, revived affiliated baseball in a city that went without from 1993 through 2008. The Arizona Diamondbacks farmhands play their home games at Greater Nevada Field in Reno, NV.
In 2009, while the Tucson Sidewinders were shedding their skin to move to Reno - bringing along their affiliation with the Diamondbacks - a naming contest drew 1,100 different names among more than 3,500 submissions; more than 50 of those pitched Aces. Its double entendre recognizes both the primary local industry and their game: The ace playing card ties to gambling, while a baseball team's best pitcher is known as its ace.
Nevada's only two minor league baseball teams play their season series for the Silver Plate Trophy. The Aces were managed during their first five seasons by former Major League player Brett Butler.
The Aces play Copa de la Diversión Hispanic engagement campaign games as Corazones de Reno (Reno Hearts).
|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|
|2021||69-49||3rd||Blake Lalli||1-5||Rick Short / Bijan Rademacher||Jeff Bajenaru||Jorge Cortes|
|2022||Gil Velazquez||Nick Evans & Mark Reed||Doug Drabek|