Reno Silver Sox
- Location: Reno, NV
- League: Sunset League 1947-1949; Far West League 1950-1951; California League 1955-1964, 1966-1981, 1988-1992; Golden Baseball League 2006-2008
- Affiliation: New York Giants 1947-1949; Brooklyn Dodgers 1956-1957; Los Angeles Dodgers 1958-1962; Pittsburgh Pirates 1963-1964; Cleveland Indians 1966-1974; Minnesota Twins & San Diego Padres 1975-1976; San Diego Padres 1977-1981; Oakland A's 1992
- Ballpark: Moana Stadium 1955-1992; Peccole Park 2006-2008
The 1947 Reno Silver Sox of the Class C Sunset League were Nevada's first Organized Baseball team. The original Silver Sox (1947-1952) played in that circuit through 1949 and in the Class D Far West League in 1950 and 1951. The only previous professional baseball in Reno, NV, was a team in the independent Nevada State League in 1907.
After a brief absence, the city regained professional baseball at a higher level when the California League's Channel Cities Oilers moved to Reno during the 1955 season, reviving the Silver Sox brand. The Oilers had been created just the year before when the Santa Barbara Dodgers and Ventura Oilers merged.
After nearly 40 years as the only Cali League team ever based outside California for more than one season - the exception being the 1958 Las Vegas Wranglers - the Silver Sox tried Riverside, CA, from 1993 through 1995 as the Riverside Pilots. Following in the footsteps of the Riverside Red Wave (1988-1990), they suffered the same fate for the same reason: their ballpark's neighbors having blocked alcohol sales, the Wave had given up on making a profit and moved away in 1990. The Silver Sox-turned-Pilots did the same - playing 20 of their 1995 games at Palm Springs Stadium and their first 12 days on the road as the Lancaster JetHawks in 1996 while Lancaster finished its ballpark.