In baseball, the dugout is a team's bench area and is located in foul territory
between home plate and either first or third base. There are two dugouts, one for
Rick asked: Home team dugouts; why is the home team dugout in the AL on the
first baseline and on the third baseline in the NL? Rick answered: Rick,
Mar 14, 2008 ... Teams and ballparks with home dugouts on the first base side (17) .... The home
team's clubhouse location probally has access to the weight ...
Arizona Diamondbacks (Chase Field); Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field); Chicago
White Sox (U.S. .... Answer There is no official rule regarding home team dugout
location. The home team dugout can be found on either side throughout MLB.
I really thought that the home team's dugout was "supposed" to be on the first
base line ... The Dodgers choose third base because the team offices and ... Join
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Why does the home team traditionally sit in the dugout down the first base line?
There are exceptions, Pirates sit along the third at PNC so they ...
One of the cooler experiences at a game (other than sitting in the sun, while
drinking a cold beverage, and catching a foul ball) is to sit near your home team's
The location of the owner's boxes, prevailing wind directions, and a multitude of
... you know that there is no rule requirement in regards to home team dugouts?
Apr 8, 2016 ... The visiting team facilities, along the first-base side, will remain the same as last
year ... The original clubhouse was in the left field mezzanine level and was
moved in 1985 to its more recent location. The old locker room, which will
become the temporary home for the team's batting tunnel, ... Home dugout.
Not only did the team have to play at a massive stadium built primarily for football,
but games were often plagued by rain. ... One of the most unique features in any
ballpark is located directly behind home plate. ... -Home Dugout: Third Base