After ten seasons, the Chattanooga Lookouts are still pleasing fans at AT&T Field — and still drawing good crowds.
After 10 seasons, the Chattanooga Lookouts are still pleasing fans at AT&T Field — and still drawing good crowds.
The ballpark is widely credited in playing a major role in the resurgence of downtown Chattanooga — and it’s a ballpark usually bypassed by ballpark opponents during discussions of baseball facilities as economic drivers. It’s actually amazing the ballpark was built at all: the Lookouts had played for decades at historic Engel Stadium before Frank Burke decided to pursue a new ballpark and ended up spending $10.2 million in 2000 on the facility — and paid off the ballpark debt four years early, in 2006.
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