The Las Vegas Train Robbers stayed on the tracks of a recent winning streak Tuesday night, chugging past the .500 mark for the first time as they made their home debut.
An estimated crowd of 200 was on hand to see the Robbers down the visiting Taos Blizzard 18-6 at Rodriguez Park. Las Vegas improved to 7-6, second place in the division behind Trinidad.
“We’re an incredible offensive team,” said Las Vegas manager Casey Dill. “As well as we hit the ball, we have a chance to win every night.”