Auburn Doubledays Tickets
Don’t miss the big-hitting Auburn Doubledays
Smacking balls out of Cayuga County is what the Auburn Doubledays do best. The celebrated Minor League Baseball team has won multiple division and league titles, as well as producing famous MLB players. Get Auburn Doubledays tickets online to secure seats for the next ballgame. If you have tickets and can’t attend an upcoming fixture, sell them on StubHub with just a few clicks.
Champions of the New York–Penn League
Having formed in 1958, the Auburn Doubledays have enjoyed a long and successful history. The club has been represented under a range of names, including the Yankees, Mets, Phillies and Astros before becoming the Doubledays in 1996. The team competes in the Pinckney Division of the New York–Penn League and regularly faces off against local rivals the Batavia Muckdogs and Williamsport Crosscutters. During an 11-year stretch between 1962 and 1973, the club went on a golden era of domination that included six league titles. In 1998 they reclaimed bragging rights and the first league championship under the new Doubledays name, before sweeping away the Brooklyn Cyclones 2-0 to add another title in 2007. Brett Cecil was the star of the 2007 championship playoff, serving up rocketing pitches that were simply unhittable. Make sure that you’re in the stands as the team strives to further an illustrious history by purchasing Auburn Doubledays tickets on StubHub today.
Feel the intensity at Falcon Park
Classified within the Class A Short Season, the Auburn Doubledays regularly have recent college graduates featuring on the roster. This has led to several high-profile alumni who have progressed to the big leagues. The club has also held an affiliation with the Washington Nationals since 2011. Among the most famous players to have represented the team are Kenny Lofton, Rob Mallicoat, Luis Gonzalez and Billy Wanger. Fans still recall the two seasons that MLB legend Kenny Lofton spent with the team in which he piled up 52 stolen bases, much to the bemusement of opposition pitchers. Home fixtures are played at Falcon Park and can draw up to 2,800 cheering supporters. During games, you’ll be able to spot mascot Abner greeting young fans with his distinctive moustache and blue cap. Out on the field, the squad suits up in plain white strips that either feature blue or red details. Always a fantastic opportunity to witness the next legendary pitcher or hitter before they make the jump to the pros, buy your Auburn Doubledays tickets on StubHub to join in the action.
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