PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Bruce Springsteen has been making music for six decades and has 20 Grammy awards. So how do you honor an all-time legend who has seen and done it all? Well, a local baseball team continues to rise to the challenge.

This Saturday, the Jersey Shore BlueClaws are changing their name. The Phillies’ Single A affiliate will become…the BruceClaws.

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“Saturday night is Bruce Springsteen Appreciation Night, affectionately known as BruceClaws Night. So the BlueClaws become the BruceClaws for one night,” said Greg Giombarrese, with the BlueClaws.

Giombarrese met CBS3’s Pat Gallen at a place Bruce knows well — the Wells Fargo Center. He will perform again in South Philly in March.

The BlueClaws have made the BruceClaws an annual tradition that spans more than a decade.

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“Bruce Springsteen is such an integral part of the Jersey Shore vibe that it was a no-brainer,” Giombarrese said. “We have done so much that there are only a limited number of possible paths. This is the first year that we have gone sleeveless.

Also this Saturday, another Phillies affiliate gets creative. The Lehigh Valley IronPigs turn into Philly’s Wooder Ice – yes, WOODER.

“So this is Lehigh Valley Wooder ice cream. Every season we always pay homage to Philadelphia. Over the years we’ve done the Jawn, we’ve done the Whiz Kids, we’ve done the Cheesesteaks. It will be the uniform that the players will wear on Saturday, with the playing cap worn, it’s colorful, patriotic,” an official said.

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The IronPigs teamed up with Jimmy’s Water Ice in South Philly to bring some real flavor to Allentown on Saturday.