To me it looks like home
The Highest Altitude Professional Baseball Field is at 6,537' which is Security Service Field in Colorado Springs, Colorado, home of the AAA-Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, The Colorado Springs Sky Soxwww.skysox.com/soxthefox The Highest Altitude Major League Baseball (MLB) Stadium is Coors Field, Home of the MLB Colorado Rockies, at 5200' at the corner of 20th and Blake in Denver, Colorado The Second closest MLB park to Coors Field is Chase Field (Formerly Bank One Field)401 E. Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ,85004, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Chase Fiat eld altitude is 1,100'. http://kyot.zipscene.com/venues/view/9229-chase-field-phoenix-sports-athletics To my understanding, the next Professional Baseball stadium is Spring Mobile Park in Salt Lake City, UT, home of the Salt Lake City Bees, the AAA Affiliate of the MLB team the Los Angeles Angels of Aneheim (CA)http://saltlake.bees.milb.com/ballpark/page.jsp?ymd=20090123&content_id=499667&vkey=ballpark_t561&fext=.jsp&sid=t561
According to estimations made in 2007 by the U.S. Census Bureau, that would be Pittsburgh, home of the Pirates, which had a population of 311,218 and was the 60th most populated city in the United States. The Tampa Bay Rays' stadium is located in St. Petersburg which has a smaller population (246,407) than Pittsburgh and was ranked the 76th most populated city in the United States.
I think it might have been Reggie Sanders, who hit 20+ HR's for 6 different teams- Cincinnati, San Diego, Arizona, San Francisco, Pittsburgh and St. Louis.
May 25, 1936 at Forbes Field Pittsburgh.
The Greys' home field was at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, but they also played many "home" games in DC's Griffith Stadium (adopting it as their home away from home).
Guy Bush of the Pittsburgh Pirates on May 25, 1935 at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh.
Roberto Clemente had 240 career home runs. He hit 102 home runs in Pittsburgh, 86 at Forbes Field, and 16 at Three Rivers Stadium.
There is no rule that states the home dugout needs to be on a particular side. This is completely up to the owners/management of the team
May 25, 1935 against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. He hit three home runs in this game, the final home runs of his MLB career.
First base line
Babe Ruth hit his last three home runs at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh against the Pirates on May 25, 1935.
The home dugout is the first base dugout.
Babe Ruth's 714th and final home run came off of Guy Bush of the Pittsburgh Pirates at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh on May 25, 1935. It is said that the ball landed on the right field roof and bounded out of the stadium.
The Steelers play their home games at Heinz Field, located in Pittsburgh, PA.
Forbes Field (1933-1963)Shibe Park (1943) -"Phil-Pitt" aka SteaglesComiskey Park (1944) -"Card-Pitt"Pitt Stadium (1958-1969) - Split home games with Forbes Field from 1958-1963Three Rivers Stadium (1970-2000)Heinz Field (2001-present)