The Red Barons aren't really rolling up the score when it comes to merchandise.
This article from the Scranton Times-Tribune, via the AP wire, discusses the problem that the AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons have in marketing their team. For starters, nobody likes the logo, which is pretty boring. Also, people wonder why a baseball team in Pennsylvania is seemingly named after a German World War I flying ace.
Turns out, the team isn't named after Manfred von Richthofen. The name is a melding of the nicknames of the old Scranton team, the Red Sox, and the old Wikes-Barre team, the Barons.
Changes will be afoot as Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (celebrating diversity in punctuation!) as the Phillies are ending their agreement with the team to use Ottawa in 2007, which is moving to Allentonw in 2008. The Yankees are giving the Phillip Roth treatment to their farm team in Columbus and maybe interested in moving into "SWB."
The Red Barons play in neither Scranton nor Wilkes-Barre. They actually play in Moosic.