You won’t want to miss it when the Birmingham Barons take on in-state rivals Montgomery. The two teams compete for bragging rights over the state of Alabama making every game between these two Southern League North Division rivals a must-see.
The Lookouts are one of the closest teams to Birmingham geographically and are the Double-A affiliates of the Barons’ parent club the White Sox rivals the Minnesota Twins. The opportunity to see future representatives of the White Sox-Twins rivalry is something diehard baseball fans won’t want to miss, so get your tickets when the Lookouts come to town.
Birmingham Barons Tailgate Guide
With the Barons move back to downtown Birmingham, you’ll find lots of bars and restaurants near the ballpark as well as plenty of parking spaces. Good People Brewing Company is right next to Regions Field and is an excellent place to grab a few beers. If you don’t mind venturing out a bit further, Black Market Bar and Grill offers some great eats as well as drinks.
You won’t have to worry about finding parking either when attending a Barons game. The Barons have partnered with nearby businesses to have a handful of lots available making it easy for you to find a parking space on game days.
Finally, make sure to get a picture of the “Birmingham” sign on your way into the ballpark. The sign is one of the signature features of Regions Field and is a can’t-miss for anyone taking in a game here.
There is a lot to see and do near the Barons’ new home as well as lots of parking giving you no excuse not to attend a Barons game this season.
3,000 Parking SpacesThe Barons have partnered with nearby business to provide 3,000 parking spaces for fans on game days. Parking is available in the lot on the corner of 14th St S and 6th Ave S, the “Barber” lot on 14th St S and 1st Ave S, and the parking lots at Ted’s Cafeteria and HESCO Auto Services.
Downtown Birmingham Bars and RestaurantsDowntown Birmingham is home to lots of great bars and restaurants to stop at before the game. No matter what kind of bar or restaurant you’re looking for you’ll likely find something that meets your needs near Regions Field.
Birmingham Barons Stadium Guide
Baseball has been a huge part of the culture in the city of Birmingham since 1892 when the Barons first came into existence. As a result of the baseball’s long history in the city of Birmingham, you’ll find a packed house when attending a Barons game. The fans here simply adore this team, and to many Birmingham residents, there is no better way to spend a summer evening than by attending a Barons game.
One of the best parts of attending a Barons game is the club’s brand new ballpark, which opened in 2013. The gorgeous Regions Field is one of the best ballparks in the Southern League and a fantastic place to take in a game. The ballpark features incredible sightlines, tons of family entertainment, and lots of Barons history around the stadium.
In addition to the fantastic fan support and incredible fan support, the in-game entertainment also makes attending a Barons game a memorable experience. The mascot race is quite a hoot that no one in attendance will want to miss. Young fans will also enjoy the antics of the Barons’ two canine mascots Babe Ruff and Lillie Mays.
A Birmingham Barons game is a fun way to spend some time during a visit to Birmingham, so get your tickets to a Barons game today.
Stop by the Youth Sports Zone, which is home to a mini baseball diamond, and play some wiffle ball during your visit to Regions Field. You won’t want to miss your chance to enjoy the Youth Sports Zone, so take some time to check it out during the game.
You won’t want to miss the mascot race at Regions Field. The mascot race is a favorite among Barons fans, and you never know how it will go down, so stay in your seat when you see the mascots take the field.
Keep an eye out for the Barons’ mascots Babe Ruff and Lillie Mays. The two lovable mascots entertain the crowd with their antics throughout the game and, you can get their autographs at the Barons Sports Depot after the 7th inning stretch.
Take a walk around the concourse to see all of the Barons history on display. The concourse is filled with pictures of past Barons greats including Michael Jordan, who played for the Barons in 1994, so take some time to see them all.