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IronPigs' new uniforms provide sizzle to the season

The designs incorporate bacon, steel and the Liberty Bell.

IronPigs unveil new logos and uniforms

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - You just can't go wrong with bacon.

The Lehigh Valley IronPigs baseball club must agree, because they've incorporated a strip of bacon into some of their new uniforms, which were unveiled Monday at Coca-Cola Park in Allentown.

Its "Smell the Change" campaign sizzles with a new bacon-themed outfit for Saturday home games. 

Similar to past years, the Saturday jersey, still a brick red,  has a new "Pigs" design emblazoned across the front with a wavy bacon underline.

The outfit includes the first-of-its-kind bacon-style piping down both legs of the pants.

The club pays tribute to the Lehigh Valley's rich steelmaking history with a new, all-black Friday uniform with a Moltetn Red IronPigs logo on the cap,  jet-black jersey with steel-plated chrome lettering and all black pants.

A powder blue and burgundy two-tone Sunday cap will connect the Lehigh Valley with the Philadelphia region with a design that shows the Liberty Bell suspended by an I-beam.

'Scratch and sniff' bacon logo T-shirts are available now at or at the clubhouse store at Coca-Cola Park at 1050 IronPigs Way in Allentown.

Fans can check out all of the uniform designs for the 2014 season at

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Allentown, PA 18102





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