Pennsylvania Road Warriors

 The Pennsylvania Road Warriors was a team owned by the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and Frontier League. From 1998-2004, they played in the Atlantic League as various teams and from 2006-2007 and 2010-2012 they played in the Frontier League as mainly a traveling team. Both leagues are not affiliated with Major League Baseball. The team was revived in October 2010 because of the departure of the Newark Bears to the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball.

The original team was known as the Newburgh Black Diamonds and later the Lehigh Valley Black Diamonds, based in Pennsylvania. Northampton County and the ownership planned a 5,000 seat stadium called the Lehigh Valley Multi-Purpose Sport Complex in Williams Township near Easton, Pennsylvania to be completed in 1999. However, the owners filed for bankruptcy and left the stadium unfinished, forcing the team to play its games on the road. In 2000, the team played in a small ballpark in Quakertown, Pennsylvania with little to no fan support. One infamous game had a paid attendance of two people.

In 2005, the Lancaster Barnstormers took the place of the Road Warriors.

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