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Fans of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs™ truly are the best, as they were named by FoxNews.com as the best fans in Minor League Baseball™. An affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies™, the IronPigs™ play at Coca-Cola® Park in Allentown, a state-of-the-art $50-million stadium. The ballpark was designed by HOK, an industry leader that has built the most renowned ballparks in baseball, including Citizens Bank® Park in Philadelphia and Camden Yards in Baltimore. The park has remained the most visited venue in Minor League Baseball™ since it opened in 2008 and has received many awards since then including Ballpark of the Year by Ballpark Digest and highest attendance in all of Minor League Baseball™.
Built in 1951, FirstEnergy® Stadium is the oldest stadium in the Eastern League and has been home to the Reading Fightin Phils™ since its creation in 1967. As a result, they are the oldest team in the Eastern League to play in their original and current city. In addition, this team also has one of the longest affiliations in Minor League Baseball™, having been the Double-A™ affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies™ since 1967. FirstEnergy® Stadium has been awarded many honors including ranking third among the Best Ballparks in the Minor Leagues by USA Today, as well as being recognized as one of the Top 100 Stadium Experiences in North America by Stadium Journey.
The Double-A™ affiliate of the Detroit Tigers™, the Erie SeaWolves™, have been bringing great baseball and entertainment to fans since the team’s inception in 1995. Jerry Uht Park is packed full of unique aspects for everyone to enjoy, including picnic areas, the Bud Light® Beer Garden, and the First Base Reserved Seats, which were also ranked in ESPN ’s Top Ten Seats in Minor League Baseball™.
The town of Altoona was built around railroading, and the Altoona Curve™ has not forgotten that. ™-affiliated team was not only named after a curveball pitch, but also after a nearby historic three-track railroad, the Horseshoe Curve. The home of the Altoona Curve™, Peoples Natural Gas Field, is even modeled after a railroad roundhouse and seats 7,200 fans. ’s Rail Kings Seats were ranked among