SWING AWAY! That's What our buddy Brent does!!
Sometimes you run across a classic. We were searching the world wide web for vintage Chattanooga Lookouts video when we ran across this Promo from 1992. Sure, we admit... we were listening to the Braves game, catching the Lookouts scores on the radio and even following the Olympics and NASCAR. And, we were online... For this group... that's called research.
Welcome To Engel Stadium.com
It's time to PLAY BALL!
Welcome to the home of www.engelstadium.com! We are the proud home of your source for Chattanooga baseball history including Engel Stadium, The Lookouts, The Negro Leagues, area baseball, historical photographs and more including the radio show The Boys of Summer which can be heard on FOX Sports Radio Chattanooga 1370.
Your radio hosts, David Jenkins and Dan Creed, will talk baseball of all eras, interview players, coaches, fans and other lovers of the game.
This is our new site, so please check back often for updates and more!
The Boys of Summer FOX Sports Radio
If it's baseball then it's the Boy's of Summer that you need to listen to every Saturday morning on FOX Sports Radio 1370 Chattanooga. You can also tune in on the World Wide web. Baseball, hot stove, pitching, money ball, bull pens, history, lore, legends and the up and coming names in baseball. Join David Jenkins and Dan Creed for the South's only die hard baseball show. These guys throw fastballs past other shows but they also know when a nice change up is needed.
Check out Chattanooga's Sports leader and the Home of the Atlanta Braves online and WORLD WIDE right HERE.
And if you want to listen in to one of your favorite shows you can also catch their streaming live 24 hour package of programing FREE!
Engel Stadium Interview
Engel Stadium Interview from WDEF 12 in Chattanooga
Historic Engel Stadium
It's a Chattanooga landmark and home to many baseball memories for generations of fans, families and players. Wikipedia has some great info about Historic Engel Stadium... we touched up a few things! You can read that article below.
First, here are some simple driving directions. If you get lost, ask anyone for directions to the McDonald's near Erlanger hospital... Boom, you'll see one of the most historic ballparks in the USA.
DIRECTIONS: From Nashville, Knoxville or Atlanta. Head downtown and follow signs for US-27 N/Downtown/Chattanooga and Take exit 1C for 4th Street N toward Downtown. Exit and Merge onto W 4th St. - Slight right onto E 3rd St
Destination will be on the right. Parking is located in the large lot which is now shared with the University of Tennessee Chattanooga.