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Erie SeaWolves
Founded in 1995
Erie, Pennsylvania
Erie Seawolves logo.png
Team Logo
Cap Insignia
  • Double-A (1999–Present)
  • Single-A (1995–1998)
Minor league affiliations

New York-Penn League (1995–1998)

Major league affiliations
  • Erie SeaWolves (1995–Present)
Minor league titles
League titles
Division titles 1997, 1999, 2001, 2007
Owner(s)/Operated by: Mandalay Sports Entertainment
Manager: Phil Nevin
General Manager: John Frey

The Erie SeaWolves are a minor league baseball team based in Erie, Pennsylvania. The team, which plays in the Eastern League, is the Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball club.

The SeaWolves play in Jerry Uht Park, located in downtown Erie; opened in 1995, it seats 6,000 fans. The team began play at the AA level in 1999 as an affiliate of the Anaheim Angels before switching to the Detroit Tigers in 2001.

The SeaWolves name refers to Erie's location along Lake Erie, as well as the relationship between the original SeaWolves Class-A team and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Historically speaking, the term "sea wolf" was synonymous with "pirate": individuals who commit or practice piracy. The team colors are black and orange.

Prior to the establishment of the Eastern League franchise, they were an A-level affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the New York - Penn League from 1995 to 1998. Afterwards, the SeaWolves (keeping its past records and history) moved to the Eastern League, while the Mahoning Valley Scrappers were formed in their place. Previous minor league franchises in Erie with various affiliations played under the names Sailors, Orioles and Cardinals.



Eastern League history


Season results

Season Affiliation Manager Record
1999 Angels Garry Templeton 81–61, 1st place South
2000 Angels Don Wakamatsu 47–94, 6th place South
2001 Tigers Luis Pujols 84–58, 1st place South
2002 Tigers Kevin Bradshaw 52–89, 6th place South
2003 Tigers Kevin Bradshaw 72–70, 3rd place South
2004 Tigers Rick Sweet 80–62, 2nd place South
2005 Tigers Duffy Dyer 63–79, 6th place South
2006 Tigers Duffy Dyer 60–81, 6th place South
2007 Tigers Matt Walbeck 81–59, 1st place South
2008 Tigers Tom Brookens 68–74, 4th place South
2009 Tigers Tom Brookens 71-70, 4th place South
2010 Tigers Phil Nevin --

Postseason results

New York-Penn League history

Season results

Season Affiliation Manager Record
1995 Pirates Scott Little 34-41, 3rd place Stedler
1996 Pirates Jeff Richardson 30-46, 4th place Stedler
1997 Pirates Marty Brown 50-26, 1st place Stedler
1998 Pirates Tracy Woodson 26-50, 4th place Stedler

Postseason results


C. Wolf with students at an Erie-area elementary school.

The Erie SeaWolves' official mascot is an anthropomorphic, grey canidae named C. Wolf. He wears the team's official home jersey with a pirate hat and an orange and white bandanna. During the SeaWolves home games, C. Wolf is generally presented with the song, Hungry Like The Wolf, by Duran Duran.

Current roster

Erie SeaWolves roster
Players Coaches/Other
  • -- Duane Below
  • -- Nolan Cain
  • -- L. J. Gagnier
  • 20 Ramon Garcia
  • 10 Jared Gayhart
  • 33 Brett Jensen
  • 38 Jon Kibler
  • 45 Luis Marte
  • 36 Jonah Nickerson
  • 41 Cody Satterwhite
  • 14 Thad Weber
  • 19 Robbie Weinhardt
  • 21 Brendan Wise
  • 24 Adrian Casanova
  • 37 Jeff Kunkel
  • 44 Max St. Pierre


  • 49 Michael Bertram
  • 25 Santo De Leon
  • 18 Cale Iorg
  • -- Cesar Nicolas
  • 28 Shawn Roof
  • 23 Danny Worth


  • 54 Andy Dirks
  •  8 Deik Scram
  • 15 Christopher White


† Disabled list
* On Detroit Tigers 40-man roster
∞ Reserve list
§ Suspended list
‡ Restricted list
# Rehab assignment
Roster updated March 1, 2010

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