During "What Could Have Been Night", IronPigs players and coaches will wear Woodchucks jerseys and caps featuring an exclusive Woodchucks logo. The game-worn jerseys will be auctioned off during Saturday's game with the proceeds benefitting the Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley and IronPigs Charities.
Fans can bid on their favorite player's jerseys with the brand-new, easy-to-use Qtego service that allows fans to place bids, receive notifications when outbid and check the status of their item via text messages on their mobile phones. 100% of the proceeds from the jersey auction benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley along with IronPigs Charities. PCFLV is a local nonprofit organization which supports children with cancer and their families, enabling them to live their lives to the fullest. They focus on quality of life and long-term survivorship programs, educational and therapeutic based workshops, resources and support services, including a support group run by a professional facilitator from Stepping Forward.
Be sure to stop by the Majestic Clubhouse Store to pick up your Woodchucks merchandise for 'What Could Have Been Night'. The IronPigs official team store features a New Era 59Fifty Woodchucks fitted cap and a Majestic Woodchucks t-shirt for fans to purchase so they can root on their Woodchucks Saturday night.
The Woodchucks moniker was a very popular choice in the 2007 "Name the Team" contest that received over 3,500 different team name entries from the public. Other finalists considered included the Gobblers, Phillies, Keystones, Crushers, Phanatics and Vulcans. In the years ahead, the other monikers that made the final cut will also receive their very own, "What Could Have Been" night at Coca-Cola Park.
Tickets are still available for all upcoming IronPigs games and can be purchased in-person at Coca-Cola Park, by calling (610) 841-PIGS or online at ironpigsbaseball.com. Prices for single-game start as low as $7 for General Admission, granting fans access to the Capital BlueCross Lawn seating area, the brand-new bar at the Red Robin Tiki Terrace & Oasis along with standing room only areas. Field Level reserved seats are just $10. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance as Coca-Cola Park was Minor League Baseball's most visited venue in 2011 with seating capacity reached or surpassed during 60 of the club's 68 home dates.
The Lehigh Valley Woodchucks are dedicated to providing family-friendly entertainment and are the only Minor League team to offer bubbles to fans entering the AT&T Plaza and balloons for all children exiting Coca-Cola Park.