Coca-Cola Park

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Coca-Cola Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania, is the home to the Lehigh Valley IronPigs of the International League. The park has a capacity of approximately 8,100.

The park was once the site of an electronics manufacturing plant before being converted into a minor league baseball stadium. [1]

On April 8, 2016, the IronPigs played an opening day doubleheader against the Syracuse Chiefs in front of zero fans. There were attenuating circumstances though: the games were originally scheduled to be played in Syracuse, NY, but persistent bad weather had made the field there unplayable. The two teams thus agreed at the last minute to move the games to Allentown, on a week-day afternoon, while Coca-Cola Park was undergoing construction, leading to the decision not to invite spectators to show up.


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