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Birmingham A's

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Birmingham A's

Birmingham A's
Birmingham, Alabama
Team Logo
  • Double-A (1967-1975)
Minor league affiliations
  • Southern League (1967-1975)
  • Major league affiliations
  • Oakland Athletics (1968-1975)
  • Kansas City Athletics (1967)
  • Name
  • Birmingham A's (1967-1975)
  • Ballpark
  • Rickwood Field (1967-1975)
  • Minor league titles
    Class titles 1967
    League titles 1967

    The Birmingham A's was a former minor league baseball team based in Birmingham, Alabama. The team was named for its major league affiliate, the Kansas City Athletics, later the Oakland Athletics, and played for nine seasons from 1967 to 1975 in the Double-A Southern League.

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