lehigh valley ironpigs vs toldeo mud hens Tickets
Details of Lehigh Valley Ironpigs Vs Toldeo Mud Hens and the Ticket Luck value
Baseball fever is in the air and it just does not get any better than this for fans of the minor leagues. This is your opportunity to make your way to the scenic city of Allentown in Pennsylvania. The Coca Cola Park will be buzzing with excitement as a thrilling game of baseball between the home team of the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs and the Toledo Mud Hens takes place. So without wasting another single moment, buy your Lehigh Valley Ironpigs vs Toledo Mud Hens tickets now before they get all sold out.
There can be no denying the popularity of the minor leagues in the country and when two of the most famous teams are playing; the atmosphere is bound to be electrifying. The home team has been estimated as being the second most valuable one in the Minor League Baseball due in large part to their Triple-A affiliation with the Philadelphia Phillies. It is interesting to note that the name of the team comes from the large quantities of iron that Pennsylvania is famous for extracting. In fact, the mascot of the team was changed from 'PorkChop' to 'Ferrous' and 'FeFe' to symbolize iron. In addition to this, the mascot wears the number 26 jersey which chemistry students will recall is the atomic number of the element. So come to the fabulous Coca Cola Park which boasts of seating more than 80,000 fans and cheer for the Ironpigs.
With a promising 2012 where they were within striking distance of the league leaders with a win loss record of 75-68, the Ironpigs have high hopes for this season. But they will need the support of every single one of their diehard fans if they are to overcome their famous opponents. So buy the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs vs Toledo Mud Hens tickets now to be a part of the excitement as the fans try to break the attendance record of 622,421 set previously.
The opponents of the Ironpigs are no pushover either. Coming all the way from Toledo in Ohio, the Mud Hens have more than a century of tradition and caliber games behind them. From way back in 1896 when the Mud Hens came in to being, they have been making a name for themselves with their exciting and riveting play. The history of the Mud Hens is derived from the famous 'team which was known as the 'Swamp Angels'. The striking name is owed to the fact that the team played in the Interstate League. The home ground of the team was in the Bay View Park which was quite a distance outside the jurisdiction of the boundaries of the city. Since it was more in close proximity to the marshy area, the local press eventually named the team as the 'mud hens' which was the local name given to the inhabitants of the marshlands; the America Coot.