The Chattanooga Lookouts are a minor league baseball team based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. They are named for nearby Lookout Mountain.
The team, which plays in the Southern League, are a Double-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins after having been affiliated with the Los Angeles Dodgers major-league club from 2009–2014.
The Lookouts play in AT&T Field, located in Chattanooga. Opened in 2000, the stadium seats 6,340 fans. From 1930 through 1999, the Lookouts played at Engel Stadium, with a one-year break in Montgomery, Alabama’s Cramton Bowl in 1943.