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The Erie SeaWolves are an American professional baseball team based in Erie, Pennsylvania. They compete in Minor League Baseball as a member of the Eastern League’s Southwest Division, serving as the Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The team was founded in 1989 and began playing in Erie for the 1995 season. The SeaWolves currently play their home games at UPMC Park in downtown Erie, a part of the Louis J. Tullio Plaza along with Erie Insurance Arena and the Warner Theatre. The “SeaWolves” name refers to the city’s location along Lake Erie as well as their original affiliation with the Pittsburgh Pirates. “Sea wolf” is a historical epithet for sailors who engaged in piracy. Coincidentally, the “Pirates” moniker originated with the Pittsburgh Alleghenys' pursuit of second-baseman and Erie native, Lou Bierbauer, in 1891.