Dr. H.L. Greenberg tosses out the First Pitch at the 51's game this Sunday, July 28

Top Quote Dr. H.L. Greenberg, patient advocate, dermatologist and founder of Las Vegas Dermatology will be throwing out the 1st pitch for the New York Mets Triple A affiliate the Las Vegas 51's at their baseball game this Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 5pm. End Quote
  • Las Vegas, NV-AZ (1888PressRelease) July 25, 2013 - The staff of Las Vegas Dermatology will be joining Dr. Greenberg at Cashman Field to enjoy the game as the 51's take on the Sacramento Rivercats. The medical professionals, staff and entire Las Vegas Dermatology family are looking forward to an evening at the ballpark.

    Professional baseball took root in Southern Nevada in the spring of 1947 when the population of the city was under 20,000 people. The Sunset League was formed in 1947 when the Las Vegas Wranglers became the first professional baseball team to play in the city. The league was comprised of teams from Anaheim, Reno, Riverside, Ontario and El Centro. A few years later, the league expanded with teams from Arizona and Mexico. Las Vegas played in the Sunset League from 1947-50. The Las Vegas 51s, formerly known as the Las Vegas Stars, were rebranded in 1981 in reference to Area 51 featuring a grey alien head and introducing a new mascot, Cosmo.

    Dr. H.L. Greenberg founded Las Vegas Dermatology in 2007 with the philosophy of providing patients with a "Healthier and More Beautiful Life". Las Vegas Dermatology will be relocating to a larger suite this fall and will be adding more expert providers to their elite staff. See our YouTube video here:

    Dr. Greenberg began his medical career in Internal Medicine at Georgetown University Hospital and completed his dermatology training at Scott & White of the Texas A&M University Health System. Las Vegas Dermatology is a premier dermatology practice with lasers for tattoo removal, wrinkle removal, hair removal and spider vein removal. Other services include Botox, fillers, mole removal and skin cancer examinations.

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