July 13, 2018 · 5:12 am
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.
May 21, 2018 · 4:18 am
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.
May 5, 2017 · 4:21 am
Lou DiBella, after taking over as Biscuits owner Thursday afternoon, promises a changed environment at Riverwalk Stadium. Read more and watch video here.
May 2, 2017 · 4:32 am
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.
November 23, 2016 · 7:26 am
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 →
November 1, 2016 · 4:35 am
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 →
August 20, 2015 · 5:09 am
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.
February 11, 2014 · 7:04 am
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.
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