the oldest major league baseball park is the Fenway park the home of the Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park is in Boston, home of the Red Sox
Ty Cobb of the Detroit Tigers lead the American League in home runs with 9 in 1909, all were "inside-the-park" homers.
Lou Gehrig hit his first major league home run on September 27, 1923. It was against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
If your counting from 1876, when the National League started, Ross Barnes, second baseman for Chicago, was the 1st when he hit an inside the park home run in the 5th inning against William "Cherokee" Fisher if Cincinnati on May 2, 1876.
it varies from ballpark to ball park there is no regulation
The oldest mlb stadium is fenway park in Boston home of the red sox
The oldest major league ball park is Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox who first played there in 1912. Next is Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs. Their first game at Wrigley was in 1914. The third oldest park jumps ahead 50+ years to 1962 and the Los Angeles Dodgers' Dodger Stadium.
Lou Gehrig hit his first major league home run off of Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Piercy. It was on September 27, 1923 at Fenway Park.
Mickey Mantle's first major league home run was hit on May 1, 1951 at Comiskey Park.
On any Major League Baseball field it is 90 feet from home plate to first base, so it is 90 feet from home plate to first base at Fenway Park.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is where the Baltimore Orioles play their home games.
Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays, in St. Petersburg, Florida is the smallest Major League Baseball Park in the US. Seating capacity is 31,042. Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, California, is the largest Major League Baseball Park, with a seating capacity of 56,000.
Marlins park in Miami. It was finished in March 2012.
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On May 2, 1876, Ross Barnes of Chicago hit the first National League home run which was an inside the park variation.
The San Francisco Giants are a major league baseball team and this year in May the team had an inside of the park homerun by Angel Pagan. In the teamÕs history there have had inside the park homeruns as both the San Francisco and New York Giants that equal over 10 between the two.
That has happened twice in MLB history: 1) Toby Harrah and Bump Wills of the Texas Rangers hit back to back inside the park home runs against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on August 27, 1977. 2) Eddie Waitkus and Marv Rickert of the Chicago Cubs hit back to back inside the park home runs against the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds on June 23, 1946.
Fenway Park is best known for being the home ballpark for the Boston Red Sox since 1912. It is currently the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.
Currently, the oldest Major League Stadium in use is Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.
436 feet to right center field at Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.