PRESS RELEASE – The Aberdeen IronBirds, Class ‘A’ short season affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, today unveiled a new team logo. The logo will make its national merchandise debut at the Baseball Winter Meetings on Monday, December 3 in Nashville, Tennessee.
“This logo represents a new era of IronBirds baseball in Aberdeen,” said Cal Ripken, founder of Ripken Baseball. “We have a lot of exciting plans for 2013, while continuing to remain true to our core mission of creating memorable experiences in and around the game of baseball.”
Newly branded hats and t-shirts are currently available online and at “The Hangar,” the official merchandise store of the Aberdeen IronBirds.
“The IronBirds are evolving to continue to remain on baseball’s leading edge,” said Bill Ripken, co-founder and executive vice president of Ripken Baseball. “This is why we wanted a fresh new look and feel to connect with families, and resonate with fans of all ages.”
The IronBirds have also officially announced their schedule for the 2013 season; Opening Day is Monday, June 17 at 7:35 p.m. Season ticket packages are currently available and offered through full season, half season and 9-game ticket plans.
“We look forward to providing our fans and the community with another ten seasons of the most affordable, family entertainment in the region, ” said Aaron Moszer, general manager of the Aberdeen IronBirds. “We’ve had 2.5 million fans through the turnstiles so far, and we’re looking forward to the next 2.5 million.”
For more information about Aberdeen IronBirds new merchandise and to order 2013 season ticket plans, please call 410-297-9292 or visit www.IronBirdsBaseball.com.
About Ripken Baseball, Inc.:
Ripken Baseball, Inc. is a sales and marketing company based in Baltimore, Md. that represents the business interests of Cal Ripken, Jr. and Bill Ripken. Established in 2001, the mission of Ripken Baseball is to grow the game of baseball at the grassroots level worldwide. Ripken Baseball currently owns and operates three Minor League Baseball teams and plays host numerous youth tournaments, camps and clinics at The Ripken Experience baseball complexes in Aberdeen, Maryland and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.