Mandalay Sports Entertainment

Mandalay Sports Entertainment (MSE) is a subsidiary of Mandalay Entertainment Group. MSE previously owned a number of minor-league baseball teams, via its former Mandalay Baseball subsidiary, and was responsible for managing others.

Teams previously owned

Las Vegas Stars / Las Vegas 51s (1996–2008), San Diego Padres / Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate in the Class AAA Pacific Coast League[2][3]

Teams previously managed

References

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