Baseball is the only team sport where the playing field has different dimensions, as nearly all 30 big league ballparks have different outfield depths, configurations and ground rules.
Centerfield at Houston’s Minute Maid Park is a whopping 436 feet away from home plate, and surprisingly includes a hill and flagpole to challenge the outfielders.
Of course, you also have Fenway’s 37-foot high Green Monster in left, catwalks in play at Tampa’s Tropicana Field and the short porch at Yankee Stadium.
Not to mention varying amounts of foul territory at each park. Its called foul territory, but the ball is playable. Both outs and runs can actually be recorded from a play in foul ground. By far, the Oakland Coliseum has the most foul ground, which contributes to many more foul outs versus all other parks.