The Ultimate Facts about Lancaster Barnstormers Quiz
Eliza | 25 - 06 - 2021
Updated: June 25, 2021 11:00 pm IST
The Lancaster Barnstormers are the American Professional football team based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This team not only represents the city of Lancaster but all of Lancaster country. The baseball fans waited for almost 44 years for the return of baseball in Lancaster since the end of Lancaster Red Roses in 1961. The name “Barnstormers” was selected by the people of Lancaster in a name-the-team-contest. The team is nicknamed “Stormers” and “The Barn.” Play on our quiz to know more about the Lancaster Barnstormers’ history. If you’re a true barnstormer try to score 15/15 in our facts about Lancaster Barnstormers quiz.
1. When Were Lancaster Barnstormers Founded?
The Lancaster Barnstormers are an Atlantic League team based in Lancaster and founded in 2003.
2. Who Founded Lancaster Barnstormers? Atlantic League
The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball expanded their franchise for Lanchester in 2003 and in October they named the team as Barnstormers.
3. Who Is the Owner of the Lancaster Barnstormers?
The team was originally owned by Opening Day Partners (ODP). The ODP gave their ownership rights to Lancaster Baseball LLC on November 12, 2014.
4. Who Are the Lancaster Barnstormers Affiliated With?
The Lancaster Barnstormers are affiliated with the North Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and it is also an official partner league of Major League Baseball (MLB).
5. Where Do the Lancaster Barnstormers Play?
Lancaster Barnstormers play in Clipper Magazine Stadium in Downtown, Lancaster. Since 2005, this stadium has been the home stadium of the Lancaster Barnstormers.
6. Baseball Was First Introduced in Lancaster by Soldiers.
Baseball was first introduced in Lancaster in the 1860s by the soldiers returning from the American Civil War. They learned it while they were serving in the military.
7. The First Professional Baseball Team in Lancaster Was
Lancaster Lancasters and Lancaster Ironsides were the very first professional baseball team in Lancaster. They both played in 1884, Lancaster Lancasters played in the Keystone Association and Ironside played in the Eastern League.
8. Name the Team Colors for Lancaster Barnstormers
The team colors for Lancaster Barnstormers are red, black, khaki, and white.
9. Name the Mascot of Lancaster Barnstormers
The mascot of Lancaster Barnstormers is a red cow named Cylo. The full name of Cylo is Cyloicious L. Barnstormer. He wears the team’s jersey with striped socks and cool sneakers.
10. What Does the Word “Barnstormer” Refer to
The word “barnstormer” refers to the tradition of traveling around the area and appearing in exhibition sports games especially in football games.
11. The Lancaster Barnstormers Logo Consists of Pennsylvania's Agricultural Heritage?
The name and logo of the Lancaster Barnstormers consist of Pennsylvania’s Dutch agricultural heritage.
12. Who Designed the Mascot of Lancaster Barnstormers?
Raymond entertainment group designed Cylo, the mascot of the Lancaster Barnstormers. They also produced the Phillie Phanatic’s costume.
13. Who Hit the First-Ever Home Run for the Lancaster Barnstormers?
Ryan Minor hit the first-ever home run for the Lancaster Barnstormers on May 17, 2005, at Clippers Magazine Stadium.
14. Who Was the First Team Manager of Lancaster Barnstormers?
Tom Herr was the first team manager of Lancaster Barnstormers. Even his son Aron played for the team until he signed for St. Louis Cardinals.
15. Who Was the Radio Broadcaster for Lancaster Barnstormers?
Dave Collins, a former outfielder in MLB was the radio broadcaster for Lancaster Barnstormers and the Barnstomers’ official radio station is Fox Sports Radio 1490 am (WLPA).