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Buffalo Bisons Tickets
Affiliation: Toronto Blue Jays
League: International League
Buffalo Bisons TicketsThe first team known as the Buffalo Bisons was created in 1877. Over the course of the last 134 years, 3,200 players have worn Bisons jerseys. The Minor League version of the Buffalo Bisons that fans now know started in 1939. Originally a Minor League affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, the Bisons have passed through multiple organizations including the Washington Senators. Today, the Bisons are the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. Generally, the team considers 1988 the beginning of their "modern era," which is the year that they moved into their current stadium. Over the course of that modern era, the Bisons have made 11 playoff appearances, including winning the International League Championship three times. However, the last several seasons haven't been kind to the Bisons, as the team hasn't seen the postseason since 2005. Get your Buffalo Bisons tickets at StubHub.
Who manages the Buffalo Bisons?Ken Huckaby is taking over as manager for the Buffalo Bisons in the 2020 season. Huckaby is replacing Bobby Meacham, who only managed the Bisons for three seasons. Huckaby is the 21st manager in what is considered the Bisons modern history. This will be Coach Huckaby's third managerial role, all of them within the Blue Jays franchise. Huckaby put up a combined record of 149-125 after one season as the manager of the Lansing Lugnuts and one season at the helm of the Dunedin Blue Jays. He guided both of those teams to the playoffs in their respective leagues. After a six-season playing career in the major leagues as well as 24 seasons in the minors, Huckaby has spent the last three seasons as the Blue Jays Minor League catching coordinator. With his successful coaching history, Huckaby is looking to take the Bisons back to the playoffs for the first time since 2005.
Do the Buffalo Bisons have any rivals?The Bisons are part of a unique rivalry that involves three teams. The Bisons, the Syracuse Mets and the Rochester Red Wings all battle for New York state supremacy. The three teams compete for the Thruway Cup, which is awarded to the team that has the best record against the other two at the end of the season.
Where do the Buffalo Bisons games take place?Sahlen Field is the home of the Buffalo Bisons. This stadium feels like a Major League Baseball stadium as it was originally designed for it. In the mid-1980s, the city of Buffalo was pushing to be considered for potential Major League Baseball expansion. As a part of that push, Buffalo had a stadium designed and constructed. However, Buffalo wasn't selected for expansion, and the Buffalo Bisons have played at the 16,600-seat stadium ever since, with Tom Prince hitting the venue's first home run. The stadium was chosen to host the first-ever Triple-A All-Star Game in 1988.
Have any players from the Buffalo Bisons gone on to play in Major League Baseball?Some of the biggest names in baseball over the years have played for the Bisons. Headliners from the 1990s and early 2000s such as Bartolo Colon, Manny Ramirez, Magglio Ordóñez and Matt Harvey were all members of the Bisons organization. Some of the best young players in the game today have also passed through the Blue Jays' farm system, which consists of eight different minor league teams. Major League’s third baseman Vlad Guerrero Jr., pitcher Daniel Norris and catcher Travis d'Arnaud are all also products of the Bisons.
Where can I buy Buffalo Bisons tickets?You can get your tickets to see the Buffalo Bisons and the rest of the International League as they take to the diamond at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub.
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