|Buffalo Bisons (1979-present)|
|Minor League Baseball (1979-present)|
|Sahlen Field (1988-present)|
War Memorial Stadium (1979-87)
|Major League Affiliations|
|Toronto Blue Jays (2013-present)|
New York Mets (2009-12)
Cleveland Indians (1983-84, 1987, 1995-2008)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1979-82, 1988-94)
Chicago White Sox (1985-86)
The Buffalo Bisons are a Minor League Baseball team of the International League and are the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. They are located in Buffalo, New York, and play their home games at Sahlen Field, the highest-capacity Triple-A ballpark in the United States.
The current franchise was founded in 1979 and assumed the history of previous franchises that also used the Buffalo Bisons name, most notably the 1886-1970 Buffalo Bisons minor league franchise, and the 1879-85 Buffalo Bisons major league franchise.
Home programs by season
|2007||Regular Season||n/a||Sahlen Field|