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Your Ideal MLB Ballpark Outfield

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Every MLB Ballpark is relatively unique in it's own way. What I was wonder is if you could take right, center, and left field elements from any of the 30 ballparks to create the perfect outfield what would they be? For me, the choices would be:

 

Right Field:

The Warehouse (Orioles Park at Camden Yards)-

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Center Field:

No longer exists, but The Hill (Minute Maid Park)-

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Left Field:

Western Metal Supply Co. Building (Petco Park)

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Talking just elements and not the field dimensions it'd create:

 

Left Field - Green Monster, Fenway

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Center Field - Citi Field

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(Doesn't need be the Big Apple specifically, just something fun and quirky to celebrate a home run)

 

Right Field - Globe Life Park at Arlington

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(LOVE the retro-style double deck.)

 

 

 

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Left field: the previously mentioned Western Metal Supply Building at Petco.

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Center: The Roberto Clemente Bridge at PNC Park.

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Right: No question. McCovey Cove at Pac Bell Park. (Let's just pretend the Clemente Bridge can stretch all the way to Oakland or Alameda...)

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All previously mentioned, but:

 

Right Field: AT&T Park McCovey Cove

Center Field: Wrigley Scoreboard

Left Field: Fenway Green Monster

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17 minutes ago, MNtwins3 said:

All previously mentioned, but:

 

Right Field: AT&T Park McCovey Cove

Center Field: Wrigley Scoreboard

Left Field: Fenway Green Monster

This would be mine too, I would also have the lowest attendance as well with this set up.

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Left Field: The Mahnster

Center Field: The old Tal's Hill in Houston

Right Field: The Warehouse

 

That's the American League, for the National League:

 

Left Field: Western Metal Supply Building

Center Field: Wrigley

Right Field: McCovey's Cove

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On 6/18/2017 at 7:25 PM, buzzcut said:

Left Field: The Mahnster

Center Field: The old Taj's Hill in Houston

Right Field: The Warehouse

 

That's the American League, for the National League:

 

Left Field: Western Metal Supply Building

Center Field: Wrigley

Right Field: McCovey's Cove

 

Sorry, me being a Houstonian I was like Taj doesn't sound right. It's TAL's Hill. 

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I went a little overboard and made a compilation of my perfect outfield....

 

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  1. Western Metal Supply Co. (Petco)
  2. Green Monster (Fenway)
  3. Rockies Scoreboard (Coors)
  4. Left-Center Gap (Coors)
  5. Tal's Hill (Minute Maid)
  6. City of Pittsburgh (PNC)
  7. Triples Alley (AT&T)
  8. Out of Town Scoreboard (Coors)
  9. Pesky Pole (Fenway)
  10. Tapered Upper Decks (Kauffman)

 

.....complete with the St. Louis Arch mowed into the grass.

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I do not know where I found this or who made it, but thought it fit in with this thread very nicely. It's a couple of years old but I think it's fascinating.

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I wonder why no one has mentioned Mount Davis...

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Left field:

Progressive field (the Terrace Club's triangular glass, the Home Run Porch, and the giant scoreboard)

 

Center field: PNC Park's bridge/grass cutouts

 

Right field: The Warehouse at Camden

 

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1 hour ago, DNAsports said:

I was wondering the same about Pesky's pole

While it's quirky it's not exactly more aesthetically than other right fields. Mount Davis is an eye sore though and I'm not surprised it's not on his list

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For me:

Left field: an inverted Warehouse at Camden Yards (minus the scoreboard) 

Centerfield: the stacked bullpens and Ashburn Alley at Citizens Bank Park

Rightfield: stacked decks in The Ballpark in Arlington

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