PRESS RELEASE – The home of the Buffalo Bisons will soon provide a test for golfers from Western New York and Southern Ontario. The Bisons announced today that they will transform the ballpark into The Links at Coca-Cola Field for three days only, Friday, September 16 – Sunday, September 18. Tee times can be booked from 6pm-10pm each day. Continue reading
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Phase 2 of the Coca-Cola Field Seating Project represents the installation of nearly 2,900 new, wider seats in the lower half of Sections 115, 117 and 119 on the 3B side of the ballpark and Sections 116, 118, 120 and 122 on the 1B side. For the 2017, Coca-Cola Field will now have a new overall capacity of 16,907 for Buffalo Bisons (Triple-A, International League) home games. Read more here.
Nostrovia! Not only to good health but to good food as well! What better way to celebrate a local delicacy than having a good ole’ fashion Pierog-Off on August 26 at PNC Field, home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Triple-A, International League). You can get a glimpse of the special unis and merchandise for the night below:
PRESS RELEASE – Durham Bulls Athletic Park will host fans to play Pokémon Go on Tuesday, July 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. In light of the booming popularity of the app, gamers will be granted access to the renowned stadium’s playing surface and stands by purchasing a $5 ticket, with all proceeds benefiting Second Chance Pet Adoptions. Continue reading
The Triple-A International League’s Pawtucket Red Sox and Buffalo Bisons will have a little promo battle next week over the future of New England Patriots’ deflategate quarterback Tom Brady. The PawSox will host “Free Brady Friday” on June 10, while the Bisons will host “Keep Brady Suspended Night” June 11.
PRESS RELEASE – Backed by the highest four-game attendance start in franchise history, the IronPigs surpassed the five million mark for all-time regular season attendance at Coca-Cola Park this past weekend. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Continuing their successful partnership both on the field and off, the Buffalo Bisons and Toronto Blue Jays today announced that the teams have signed a two-year extension of their current Player Development Contract. This extension will keep the Bisons as the Blue Jays’ Triple-A affiliate through the 2018 season. Continue reading