Shortest Right Field Stadiums
Shortest Right Field in the baseball coliseum includes Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium, and Camden Yards. PNC Park also has the shortest right ground.
There are several ballparks with a dimension of less than 320 feet on the right. The shortest ballpark in terms of the right and left dimensions is Fenway. It is known for its incredible maneuverability and beautiful design.
Here is the mentioned shortest right field ballparks listed below:
|Truist of Atlanta Braves||335-L, 400-C, 325-R|
|Kauffman Stadium||387-L, 410-C, 387-R|
|Globe Life Ballpark||329-L, 407-C, 326-R|
|Camden Yards||333-L, 400-C, 318-R|
|Minute Maid of Houston Astros||315-L, 409-C, 326-R|
|Rogers Centre||328-L, 400-C, 328-R|
|Angel Stadium||347-L, 396-C, 350-R|
|Yankee Stadium||318-L, 408-C, 314-R|
|Nationals Ballpark of Washington Nationals||337-L, 402-C, 335-R|
|Guaranteed Rate Ballpark||330-L, 400-C, 335-R|
|Tropicana of Tampha Bay Rays||315-L, 404-C, 322-R|
|PNC of Pittsburgh Pirates||325-L, 399-C, 320-R|
|Citizens Bank of Philadelphia Phillies||329-L, 401-C, 330-R|
|RingCentral Coliseum||330-L, 400-C, 330-R|
|Oracle of San Francisco Giants||399-L, 391-C, 365-R|
|Fenway of Boston Red Sox||310-L; 389-C, 302-R|
|Chase Ballpark||330-L, 407-C, 334-R|
|American Family Field||342-L, 400-C, 337-R|
|Dodger Stadium||330-L, 395-C, 330-R|
|Petco of San Diego Padres||357-L, 396-C, 382-R|
|Wrigley Field||335-L, 400-C, 353-R|
|T-Mobile of Seattle Mariners||331-L, 401-C, 326-R|
|Busch Stadium||336-L, 400-C, 335-R|
|Great American BallPark||328-L, 404-C, 325-R|
|LoanDepot of Miami Marlins||344-L, 400-C, 335-R|
|Comerica of Detroit Tigers||342-L, 412-C, 330-R|
|Citi Field||335-L, 408-C, 330-R|
|Target Field||339-L, 404-C, 328-R|
|Progressive of Cleveland Guardians||325-L, 400-C, 325-R|
|Coors Ballpark||347-L, 415-C, 350-R|
Fenway Park in Boston is widely acclaimed as a work of art in sports architecture. Its design goes beyond the famed Green Monster in left field.
The playground's distinction extends to the center area, where "The Triangle" provides a space designed for big hitters like Jackie Bradley Jr. to blast balls and precisely track them down. The Pesky Pole is located in the right area, 302 feet from the home plate.
It causes high flyballs to become home runs. It does, however, offer difficulty for left-handed batters because the wall extends to a distance of 380 feet.
Fenway was first inaugurated in 1912 and is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. It can accommodate 37,755 spectators.
The ground dimensions in Yankee Stadium are the same as at the previous coliseum, but several small changes affect the game.
Even though the outfield boundaries are the same, hitting homers over the short porch in the right ground is noticeably easier at the new coliseum.
It measures 318 feet to the left ground, 399 feet to the left center, 408 feet to the center area, 385 feet to the right center, and 314 feet to the right field. The backstop is 52 feet 4 inches long.
When the coliseum first opened in 2009, the club undertook wind research to understand the increased ball distance, but the results remain secret.
However, the short porch remains an iconic feature. The seating capacity of Yankee Stadium is 50,287, with standing room for up to 52,325 spectators.
In 1992, the Baltimore Orioles relocated to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It had a significant impact on coliseum design in the United States.
It is designed in the nostalgic style of historical baseball coliseums and blends in with the historic charm of downtown Baltimore. The addition of the B&O Railroad Warehouse added to its allure.
The ground has gained great acclaim for restoring baseball traditions, blending in with the cityscape, and providing beautiful views of the Baltimore skyline.
The Orioles changed the dimensions of Camden Yards' left area in 2022 to decrease home runs, which resulted in the loss of some outfield seats. As a result, Oriole Park now has the most spacious left ground in the American League.
The right ground dimension of the coliseum is 318 feet while the left is 333 and the center is 400. It has a total capacity of 45,971.
PNC Park, which opened in 2001, is the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates in Pennsylvania. The Coliseum has a seating capacity of 38,747 and is notable for its innovative use of the city's three rivers.
The playing ground is made of Tuckahoe Bluegrass, which was chosen for its resilience to northern climates. It has a warning track constructed of broken lava rock and boasts an excellent drainage system capable of handling heavy rain.
The outfield barrier has an homage to Roberto Clemente and varies in height. The neighboring Allegheny River has seen several spectacular home runs, one of which landed in a boat.
It has a rightfield dimension of 320 feet. The left ground is at 325 feet and the center is located at 399 feet.
Tropicana Field is the smallest baseball coliseum in St. Petersburg, Florida. The playground is home to the Tampa Bay Rays and has a capacity of 25,000 after being reduced in 2019.
The dimensions of the ground are 315 feet in the left, 404 feet in the center, and 322 feet in the right domain.
The shallow corners and straight walls on the left and right areas control the deep power alleys. However, the presence of catwalks above the domains has been a controversial matter because they tended to alter batted ball projection.