Southern League
 
SMOKIES STADIUM
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
TENNESSEE SMOKIES
USRT VISIT: September, 2010

It is a hybrid ballpark - home of a AA baseball team and also a large visitor
enter for Smokies National Park. The home of the Tennessee Smokies has
all the feel of a hunting lodge, and a gorgeous view of the Smoky Mountains
 
AT&T FIELD
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE
CHATTANOOGA LOOKOUTS
USRT VISIT: June, 2013

The stadium itself, AT&T Field, is rather ordinary, but the vibrant downtown
area, filled with shops, hotels, restaurants, bistros, an aquarium, and a
breathtaking waterfront park along the river makes this a happening
destination. And Chattanooga is loaded with interesting things to see and do,
including Lookout Mountain and the famed Chattanooga Choo Choo.
 
HANK AARON STADIUM
MOBILE. ALABAMA
MOBILE BAY BEARS
USRT VISIT: June, 2013

It is a stadium with a tattered field, shabby concourses and dugout suites
ringing the infield. What makes this place work is the history - Hank Aaron's
birthplace is located on the stadium grounds and has a museum that is open
before games. Add other greats from this region including Satchel Paige,
Willie McCovey, Billy Williams and Ozzie Smith and you instantly realize that
some of baseball's immortals came through this very stadium.
 
BAYFRONT STADIUM
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
PENSACOLA BLUE WAHOOS
USRT VISIT: June, 2013

This jaw droppingly beautiful venue sits right on the Gulf of Mexico, with the
best views of the water enjoyed from the club perch on the third base side.
The ballpark and the adjoining grounds have a decidedly Florida feel, and a
nautical theme is embraced throughout the ballpark itself, from signage to
concession names to accents and decor.
 
REGIONS FIELD
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
BIRMINGHAM BARONS
USRT VISIT: June, 2013

The new downtown Regions Field has all the modern amenities one could
ask for, and a design resembling a steel factory, in tribute to this city's
industrial heritage. Right next door is a new park with a railroad theme, and
the skyline of this shiny city beckons in the distance. A side trip to historic
Rickwood Field, the oldest ballpark in the country, is a must do!