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Stadiums, Ballparks and Arenas in Alabama

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Leading off with Riverwalk Stadium, home of the AA Montgomery Biscuits...

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2007 spring practice:

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Freight trains roll by the park - sometimes 2 or 3 per game.

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The ballpark is an adaptive reuse of an old train depot

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and the site was once a rather unpleasant Confederate Military Prison.

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Nice review here.

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Regions Park (formerly the Hoover Met) and Home to the Birmingham Barons

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BJCC Arena

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Mobile's Hank Aaron Stadium, home of the AA Bay Bears...

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Joe Davis Stadium, Huntsville

Home of The AA Stars

Probably the oldest stadium in the Southern League, built during the multi-purpose

era of ball parks (mid eighties) seats 11,000.

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Von Braun Center Arena (10,000) and Exhibit Halls, Home of the Havoc (hockey) Vipers (arena football)

and UAH Chargers (hockey)

provides 170,000 sq ft of exhibit space

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damn, guys, you've really stepped up on these themed photo threads. i expected no responses (but was hoping there would be, since i haven't got a lot of photos of the topics thus far introduced and like to see what i'm missing). nice work.

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Wow, i'm highly impressed with Montgomery's urban Riverwalk Stadium. I was extremely dissapointed in my beloved Mobile when they chose to fill in delicate wetlands in west Mobile instead of building the stadium downtown. A more appropriate location for Hank Aaron stadium would have been the James M. Seals Jr. Park downtown.

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Wow, i'm highly impressed with Montgomery's urban Riverwalk Stadium. I was extremely dissapointed in my beloved Mobile when they chose to fill in delicate wetlands in west Mobile instead of building the stadium downtown. A more appropriate location for Hank Aaron stadium would have been the James M. Seals Jr. Park downtown.

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