Hank Aaron Stadium
Park Name: Hank Aaron Stadium
In Use: 1997-2019
Address: 755 Bolling Brothers Boulevard, Mobile, Alabama 36606
Dimensions: 325' (L), 400' (C), 310' (R)
Mobile BayBears (Southern League) 1997-2019
The view from behind home plate at Hank Aaron Stadium.
The view from down the first base line.
The view from down the third base line.
The grandstand at Hank Aaron Stadium, as seen from the left field corner.
The pressbox at Hank Aaron Stadium, underneath the roof at the top of the seating bowl.
The grandstand structure is unique, with all the luxury boxes at field level, and the main seating bowl raised up above them.
Luxury suite seating behind a net at dugout level.
The park does feature a small section of field level seating in the right field corner of the field.
A small open seating area in the right field corner features couches and tables for groups.
A beach themed party deck in the left field corner features palm trees and a wooden boardwalk.
The 755 Club, an enclosed restaurant down the first base line, is named for Henry Aaron's career home run total.
A steep berm, with lawn chairs provided, sits behind the left field fence at Hank Aaron Stadium.
Fans can view the playing field through some of the luxury boxes from the concourse behind home plate.
The main grandstand at Hank Aaron Stadium, running underneath the concrete grandstand.
Henry Aaron's childhood home has been relocated to Hank Aaron Stadium, and is open to public tours before games.
Seats from Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium sit on the concourse, with a plaque celebrating Aaron's career.
Seats from Milwaukee's County Stadium, where Aaron played for the Milwaukee Braves, are also relocated to the concourse in Mobile.
An enclosed first aid station on the concourse underneath the grandstand.
Batting cages and clubhouses behind the right field wall at Hank Aaron Stadium.
The scoreboard and outfield fence. The wall is shorter in front of the scoreboard in right center field.
The Mobile BayBears on the field during a game at Hank Aaron Stadium.