Luxury Suite for 20 at a State College Spikes game

Bidding Supports: Mount Nittany Health Foundation (State College, PA)

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$700 USD
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Aug 10, 2021 12:00 PM EDT
Bid History:
3 Bids

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This item includes:

  • 20-person luxury suite at State College Spikes
  • One VIP parking pass

Want a night to remember for you and 19 of your closest friends? Spend a beautiful summer evening watching our local minor MLB Draft League the State College Spikes, from a luxury suite for 20 guests. Includes one VIP parking pass.

The State College Spikes are a collegiate summer baseball team of the MLB Draft League. They are located in State College, Pennsylvania, and play their home games at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on the campus of the Pennsylvania State University.

The team was founded in 1958 in Auburn, New York, as an affiliate of the New York Yankees. Through its first two decades, the team's affiliation passed through the New York Mets, Minnesota Twins, and Philadelphia Phillies. In 1978, however, the team was left without a Major League Baseball (MLB) parent club. Auburn fielded independent teams in the New York?Penn League?with new nicknames each year?until 1980. Erie-area businessmen Dave Masi and Joe Castelli propped up the franchise for the 1980 season, then moved it to Erie, as the Erie Cardinals, reflecting the new affiliation with the St. Louis Cardinals. That affiliation lasted for 25 years, with three further relocations?to Hamilton, Ontario as the Hamilton Redbirds, Glens Falls, New York as the Glens Falls Redbirds and to Augusta, New Jersey as the New Jersey Cardinals.

The team settled in its current location in the State College area in 2006 and became known as the State College Spikes. After one season with the St. Louis Cardinals in State College, the Spikes ended their affiliation and became the new Class A Short Season affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, starting in 2007 and ending in 2012. The Spikes, once again, switched affiliations back to the Cardinals from 2013 to 2020. In conjunction with MLB's reorganization of the minors after the 2020 season, the team left Minor League Baseball and became part of the MLB Draft League, which serves as a showcase for draft-eligible players.

Food and drink not included.

Courtesy of the State College Spikes

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Item Special Note

Suite available for any remaining game in 2021 season or can be extended to 2022 season.