- Location: Montgomery, AL
- League: Southern Association 1912-1914; South Atlantic League 1916; Southeastern League 1939-1942; Southern Association 1943; Southeastern League 1946-1950; South Atlantic League 1951, 1954-1956; Southern Association 1956; Alabama-Florida League 1957-1962; Southern League 1965-1980
- Affiliation: Dallas Rebels 1942; Washington Senators 1943; Detroit Tigers 1947; St. Louis Cardinals 1950; Boston Red Sox 1955; Detroit Tigers 1957-1962, 1965-1980
Several teams throughout baseball history have been known as the Montgomery Rebels, but perhaps the best known is the club that played in the Southern League. They began play in the league in 1965 as a Detroit Tigers farm club. The Rebels hovered around .500 for their first several seasons but went on to become the league's dominant team in the 1970s, winning championships in 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, and 1977. However, after the 1980 season, the club relocated to Birmingham and became known as the Birmingham Barons.