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Lehigh Valley IronPigs to kick off ticket sale with National Pig Day celebration

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Single-game tickets for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs’ 2014 season at Coca-Cola Park will go on sale Saturday, March 1, in celebration of what they call National Pig Day.

Tickets will be available at 9 a.m. exclusively to fans on a walk-up basis at the Coca-Cola Park ticket office. At 1 p.m., tickets will also be made available to the general public online at ironpigsbaseball.com or via phone at 610-841-PIGS (7447).

The festivities will include a Pork Roast with complimentary pork sandwiches, free IronPigs yard signs and “tons of activities for families and children,” and, of course, IronPigs mascots Ferrous, Fefe and the Pork Racers will be appearing at the event. A complete list of activities can be found here.

Tickets will range from $7 to $15 per game, depending on seat location. The IronPigs are the only minor league baseball club to have an attendance of over 600,000 people in each of the last six seasons.

The IronPigs start their 2014 home schedule on April 7 against the Buffalo Bisons at 5:05 p.m. with a t-shirt giveaway scheduled to commemorate the season opener.

Lou Musto covers the Lehigh Valley IronPigs for Examiner.com. You can follow him on Twitter @LouisMusto for all the latest Lehigh Valley IronPigs news.

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