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Regions Field, Birmingham

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Regions Field, is the name of a minor league baseball park in the Southside community of Birmingham, Alabama, USA. It is the home field for the Birmingham Barons of the Southern League, and replaced Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover as their home field. It also serves as the second home field along with Jerry D. Young Memorial Field for the UAB Blazers. Regions Field is located adjacent to the Railroad Park, just south of downtown Birmingham.Baseball in Birmingham traces its history to 1885 with the establishment of the original Barons, and from 1910 to 1987, professional baseball teams called Rickwood Field home. In 1988, the Barons moved to Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, leaving the city of Birmingham without professional baseball. In 2009, a proposal surfaced to build a downtown stadium to bring baseball back to Birmingham. After a feasibility study was completed, in October 2010, the city lodging tax was increased to finance its construction and in November 2010, a tentative agreement was reached to bring the Barons back to Birmingham. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held for the new facility on February 2, 2012, and the park celebrated its grand opening on April 10, 2013.
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  • Regions field is a modern, open-air stadium. The space offers versatility from business meetings to fun at the ballgame. With plenty of seating and a beautiful field as the centerpiece, take in a game...  more »
  • The Barons are so much fun for all involved. On Thursdays, Region Field offers a "Thirsty Thursday" special with cheap tickets and very cheap alcohol. There is a playground for kids and lots of food o...  more »
  • This is a really nice field for a minor league team. Thursday's are thirsty Thursday so beer is only $2. Just remember 1 water for every 2 beers. Plus you don't have to be rich to buy a ticket. Not a ...  more »
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  • Regions Field is a fantastic Birmingham venue! It's great to have the Barons back in the heart of the Magic City, and games are always enjoyable. The stadium was well-designed, and having Good People Brewing Co. and Railroad Park next door only help to make the atmosphere more lively. I attend numerous games every season, and was there tonight for the opener. Parking can sometimes be a challenge and costs around $10 if you don't find a spot on the street, but you won't have any problems if you get there early or don't mind walking a bit. Great location, great stadium, great fun!
  • Regions Field is as nice as any major league field I have been too... On a smaller scale but defiantly as nice... Keep up the good work.
  • Great place to go for a jog and sometimes take a nice lunch break from the hectic work schedule. The place feels safe and like an important of the city.
  • I attended a sports banquet here the food and views were great! They also have friendly staff.
  • Great family environment. Good place to watch a ballgame. Be prepared to walk after parking or ride a shuttle to the stadium.