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MLB American League Parks and Arenas

        Outfield Fences
    Built Capacity LF LCF CF RCF RF Field
Anaheim Angels Angel Stadium of Anaheim 1966 45,030 365 387 400 370 365 Grass
Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards 1992 48,190 337 376 406 391 320 Grass
Boston Red Sox Fenway Park 1912 34,892 310 379 390* 380 302 Grass
Chicago White Sox US Cellular Field 1991 41,000 330 377 400 372 335 Grass
Cleveland Indians Jacobs Field 1994 43,068 325 370 405 375 325 Grass
Detroit Tigers Comerica Park 2000 40,120 345 395 420 365 330 Grass
Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium 1973 40,793 330 375 400 375 330 Grass
Minnesota Twins Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 1982 48,678 343 385 408 367 327 Turf
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium 1923 57,478 318 399 408 385 314 Grass
Oakland Athletics McAfee Coliseum 1966 43,662 330 367 400 367 330 Grass
Seattle Mariners SAFECO Field 1999 47,116 331 390 405 387 327 Grass
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Tropicana Field 1990 43,761 315 370 404 370 322 Turf
Texas Rangers Ameriquest Field in Arlington 1994 49,115 332 390 400 381 325 Grass
Toronto Blue Jays SkyDome 1989 50,516 328 375 400 375 328 Turf
 
*The straightaway center-field fence at Fenway Park is 390 feet from home plate but the deepest part of center-field, “the Triangle,” is 420 feet away. The left-field fence, known as “the Green Monster,” is 37 feet tall. Two hundred and seventy seats were added to the top of the wall in 2003 replacing the 23-foot screen that previously topped the Monster.

 

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