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Class-A Advanced Minor League team, Lancaster Jethawks, is based in Lancaster, California and came in affiliation with a major league baseball team, Boston Red Sox on September 29, 2006.
Before the team came in affiliation with Boston Red Sox, Jethawks were affiliated with Seattle Mariners initially and then with Arizona Diamondbacks. Clear Channel Stadium is where Jethawks play their home games. With the capacity of holding about 7000 fans, the ball park was opened in 1996.
Jethawks were initially founded in the Riverside, California with the name of Pilots and played their home games at UC Riverside Sports Center. When the time came to relocate the team, the owners had two choices; hence they selected Lancaster, while the other choice being Palm Springs, California.
Through out Jethawks 11 year's history in Lancaster, California, team has been able to attract average of 3000 fans per game, while the total count of fans for its eleven seasons is 2 Million, which made Jethawks to rank 3rd among those teams in California, who have been able to reach the count of 2 million in the short amount of time, in 2005.
Jethawks are the Class-A team, which plays for the California League that is comprised of 10 teams. There are 140 games in the regular season that the circuit plays. As of today 69 former players of Lancaster Jethawks have rose up to the ranks to finally play for the Major League Baseball team.
Some of the significant figures that transferred to play on at the Major League level include Brandon Webb, who was also honored with the National League CY Young Award in 2006, Jose Cruz Jr. and Joe Mays.
As the team moved to Lancaster, Jethawks played in affiliation with Seattle Mariners for first five years which was from 1996 to 2000. And later the team went into the affiliation with Arizona Diamondbacks, a relationship that last from 2001 till 2006.
Offering the capacity of around 7,000 fans, while having 4,600 permanent seats, Clear Channel Stadium is the place where Jethawks place all of their home games. The stadium was opened in 1996 with the cost of $14.5 Million.
Stadium is equipped with all the high tech modern facilities including luxurious sky boxes, a video screen along with good old scorecard that is operated manually. To provide the families with picnic-like environment, the stadium also offers extensive open ground for them to stretch along as they watch there favorites battle it out in a good old ballgame.
In order to provide the team with the much needed fan support to boost up their spirits, a membership club has also been founded named The Flight Crew. The membership of the club can be acquired by the submission of annual dues.
Membership is open throughout the season for anyone who wants to get in. After the successful membership, members are allotted with free Tee Shirts with logos along with Flight Crew Collectors pin and a membership card of course, which can be made useful in order to acquire 10% discount on the purchase of team's merchandise.