RENO, NV - "The experience here for our fans, we really try to bring it to another level. That's for sure," says Aces Executive Chef Billy Deaver.
The Aces know fans have high expectations when they come to the ballpark, even when it comes to food.
"We really want to drive a little extra and keep the food fun and creative and just make sure that our fanbase is really keeping their pallet tempted," says Deaver.
The Aces hope to do that by adding some new menu items called Smashers. The trio of panini-style snacks feature buffalo chicken, pesto cheese, and waffle smores.
"It's kind of like breakfast, and a snack, and a campfire all at once," says Deaver.
The Aces are also looking for a smash with their online advancements.
When you're at an Aces game make sure you're still paying attention to social media like Facebook and Twitter, because you can win free swag or seats at a future game.
"Whether they're retweeting our tweets or reposting our Facebook posts, we're hoping to incent fans to get involved and hopefully win a few prizes along the way," says Director of Marketing Brett McGinness.
A few Aces players have also stepped up their social media efforts to engage more web savvy fans.
"People want to know what's it like in the clubhouse or how are guys lives. Obviously you keep everything appropriate, but it's a great tool to use," says pitcher Jensen Lewis.
"You can kind of share who you are outside of baseball with them and so I enjoy every minute of it going back and forth with fans," says pitcher Barry Enright.
So if you're tweeting or eating, there's something new for you at Aces ballpark this season.