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Minor Baseball team, Lancaster Barnstormers also known as the Stormer's, is based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and is the member of Freedom Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.
Barnstormers are one of those teams, which are not affiliated with any Major League Baseball team, like most of the minor league teams are. Presently, Lancaster Barnstormers play their home games at the Clipper Magazine Stadium. In the history of Atlantic League, Lancaster Barnstormers hold the singe game attendance record of attracting the highest number of fans that was 8,485.
Before the formation of Barnstormers, the county of Lancaster was represented by Lancaster Red Roses, a team which was folded by the end of 1961 season. After the long gap of 44 long years, baseball was resurrected in Lancaster in form of Lancaster Barnstormers, a name which was chosen by the fans themselves in a contest.
Color's that are used by Lancaster barnstormers are Navy Blue, Red and Khaki, which are the same exact colors that were used by the Lancaster Red Roses. Since the county of Lancaster incorporates several farms with in its premises, hence the logos of the team mainly represent the farms as well as depicting the county's history.
History of baseball in Lancaster, draws back from the late 1860's when baseball made its entrance in the county as the war veterans who knew the rules of baseball, returned to their homeland of Lancaster.
This gave the spark to the spirit of baseball among the local's, hence in 1884 two teams were formed in Lancaster, one with the name of Lancaster Lancasters while the other one being Lancaster Ironsides. The former one played for the Keystone Association, meanwhile the latter one played for the Eastern League. By the end of 1884, Lancasters became the only remaining team in Lancaster to continue playing in the following season.
Later a new team was formed to represent Lancaster named Lancaster Chicks, which played for the Keystone Assocciation for the 1894 ? 1895 season. The formation of Chicks was followed by the formation of another baseball team named Lancaster Giants, which was formed in 1887.
As of the history, Barnstormers first home run was scored by Ryan Minor on May 17, 2005. Apart from playing for the Barnstormers Ryan has also played for two Major League baseball teams, Baltimore Orioles and the Montreal Expos. Ryan Minor joined the Barnstormers roster for the 2005 season and before that he played for Newark Bears as well as the Atlantic City Surf.
The new logo of Lancaster Barnstormers was designed by Keystone baseball, which represents the agricultural heritage and history of baseball in the county of Lancaster. Keystone State Professional Baseball is the leader when it comes to minor baseball ever since 1982.
By the passage of time, Keystone Baseball has owned as well as operated several minor league baseball teams. Apart from owning the teams, Keystone has also managed or sold several minor league baseball teams for others. Presently plans are put forward, by Keystone Baseball, to lay the foundation of two minor league baseball teams in York as well as Lancaster.
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