The Montgomery Biscuits (Double-A, Southern League) will bring Millennial Night to Riverwalk Stadium on Saturday, July 21st, with a participation ribbon giveaway just for showing up, napping areas, selfie stations, and more. As you would expect, not all appreciate the idea. Read more here.
The Montgomery Biscuits (Double-A, Southern League) are planning a special Forrest Gump tribute night June 1 and will transform into the “Greenbow Biscuits” for the game. Read more here.
Lou DiBella, after taking over as Biscuits owner Thursday afternoon, promises a changed environment at Riverwalk Stadium. Read more and watch video here.
Crosswalks and pedestrian areas are being expanded around Riverwalk Stadium, home of the Montgomery Biscuits (Double-A, Southern League). Plans call for construction of a giant baseball, 25 feet in diameter, at the center of a turn about near the ballpark. Read more and view photos here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Montgomery Biscuits announced the winner of the Design a Hat Contest on Monday. Jesse Alkire, an artist based in Chicago, submitted the “Biscuit Lid” design which received an overwhelming amount of votes from across the country. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – On Friday, July 7, the Montgomery Biscuits will turn Riverwalk Stadium “upside down” donning themed jerseys as a part of Stranger Things Fright Night. Continue reading
Charles O’Reilly from CharliesBallparks.com recently visited Riverwalk Stadium (45 photos), home of the Montgomery Biscuits (Double-A, Southern League). View photo gallery here.
Faced with a public backlash, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer on Monday put the brakes on a plan to tear down the grandstands and buildings at historic Tinker Field — at least for now. Read more here. The field first hosted baseball in 1914. The Single-A Orlando Rays (Southern League) moved from Tinker to Cracker Jack Stadium/Champion Stadium in 2000 before relocating to Montgomery (AL) in 2004.