Ballparks are unique in each and every way. No two ballparks have the same size/area, facades, or beer prices. Alright, that third one might be a lie, I haven’t fact-checked that one. But a ballpark is almost like a thumb print for baseball teams. While football fields, basketball courts, and hockey rinks are always played on the same dimensions, ballparks are all different. Fenway Park’s left field can be difficult to play for visiting left fielders if you aren’t used to how line drives bounce off the Green Monster. Wrigley Field’s green ivy along the outfield wall can cause similar problems if a ball is lost in the lush wall, thus resulting in a ground rule double for the hitter. Oriole Park at Camden Yards at one point actually paid homage to both parks featuring a smaller version of the Green Monster in deep center field with a little ivy garnish as well. There are certain features to each ballpark that we’ll touch on as well as some new renovations to stadiums as well. And as...