Since 2014, the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs have paid homage to their parent club with specialty home uniforms. They Pigs will continue that tradition in 2024 with uniforms that evoke Phillies jerseys of the 1970s and ’80s.
The just-unveiled burgundy and powder blue brand calls back to one of the rare extended eras of success in Phillies history, when they won four of five division titles from 1976 to 1980 and their first-ever World Series in 1980. The new uniform features a burgundy base with “IronPigs” set in the Phillies script from that era, including the classic Phillies P from that identity.
The hat features the IronPigs logo in powder blue against a burgundy background.
“It’s been a wonderful tradition for the past decade to pay homage to the great Phillies teams and uniforms of the past on Sundays at Coca-Cola Park,” said IronPigs President and General Manager Kurt Landes. “I feel nostalgic each time I see these jerseys. It’s such an amazing color combination.”
The IronPigs will take to the field in this new look for Sunday home games in 2024.