Toyota Field is a baseball park under construction in Madison, Alabama. Hoover Metropolitan Stadium aka The Hoover Met, is a former minor league baseball park located in the Birmingham, Alabama, USA, suburb of Hoover. For athletes, coaches, and trainers – we offer large, comfortable locker rooms and additional training rooms.Transformable and versatile, the Hoover Met Stadium is equipped to host many large-scale events.
Sewell-Thomas Stadium is the home field of the University of Alabama baseball team. Despite a shortened campaign in 2020, Alabama finished with an impressive 12-1 home mark. The Hoover Met Stadium is home of the SEC Baseball Tournament which features the top 12 teams from the Southeastern conference, drawing more than 120,000 fans a year.
Not limited to sports, this stadium can also handle the demands of concerts, clinics, marching band competitions, and other large-scale events. The $46 million, 7,500-seat stadium … It will be the home of the Rocket City Trash Pandas, the relocated team currently known as the Mobile BayBears, a Minor League Baseball team playing in the Southern League. He is also a member of the College Baseball Foundation Hall of Fame and Alabama Sports Hall of Fame.Currently referred to by many as "The Joe", Sewell-Thomas Stadium has been the home of Alabama's baseball team for 64 years, but has undergone many changes. University of Alabama Birmingham.
The complex underwent two major renovations in 1996 and again in 2001 with a video board being added in 2007. The new minor league baseball stadium now under-construction at Town Madison is plainly visible to motorists on Interstate 565. The Hoover Met Stadium is a baseball stadium capable of hosting a variety of other sporting events as well, including football and soccer games, beach volleyball tournaments, and more. The stadium originally had a seating capacity of 2,000. The stadium went another set of renovations during the 2010 season as the Crimson Tide's clubhouse, meetings rooms, coaches locker rooms and team room were completely renovated. Inside the baseball stadium you will find seating for more than 10,800 guests, along with additional accommodations including ten private skyboxes, a picnic table with a pavilion, and a large banquet room that overlooks the field. With ample space and seating, a state-of-the-art sound system, and more than 4,000 parking spots, the Hoover Met Stadium is the perfect location for your next outdoor event.While our stadium is capable of hosting large-scale events, it also offers meeting space for smaller groups.
Inside of the baseball stadium, you will find seating for more than 10,800 guests along with additional accommodations, including ten private skyboxes, a picnic table with a pavilion, and a large banquet room that overlooks the field.
The Tide's 2020 total attendance was good for 19th in the nation while UA's average home attendance ranked 21st nationally.Sewell-Thomas Stadium has hosted six NCAA Regional Tournaments and six SEC playoff series. In addition to the expanded clubhouse, meeting rooms and team rooms, the hallways and walls were lined with murals, depicting the deep history of Crimson Tide baseball.Alabama spent the 2015 season away from Sewell-Thomas Stadium as the ballpark underwent its largest construction project to date. A full renovation of The Joe created what is now a brand new stadium for the Crimson Tide baseball program. exit and turn right on to University Blvd. Continue on to the University Blvd.
The street address of Sewell-Thomas Stadium is 241 Paul W. Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487.video platform powered by CBS Sports Digital,8,500 (including Right Field Terrace seating),LF: 325; LC: 365; CF: 395; RC: 365; RF: 320,6,821 vs. Mississippi State (Saturday, April 1, 2006),Alabama 14, Virginia Tech 4 (March 22, 1961),Alabama 5, Arkansas State 0 (March 25, 1971),Alabama 10, Southern Miss 2 (March 22, 1976),Alabama 8, South Alabama 3 (April 18, 1981),Alabama 8, Illinois State 7 (March 4, 1991),Alabama 11, SE Louisiana 9 (March 9, 2002),Alabama 4, Illinois-Chicago 3 (Feb. 27, 2010).