This screen permitted fans who drove to the ballpark to view the game from the comfort of their automobiles, which could be parked just outside the left-field and right-field fences.
The playing field was laid out with the left-field foul line roughly parallel with the western sideline of the gridiron, producing a left-field dimension of 350 feet.
Boston starter Tim Wakefield, who knows a thing or two about keeping hitters away from the short left-field porch at Fenway Park, looked right at home at the Coliseum.
The left-field customers had to settle for the barrage of cheap-shot dingers delivered in batting practice.
She lined an outside fastball from UCLA's Anjelica Selden over the left-field
Barry's the biggest cheater of them all," said Victor Magana of Norwalk, who patiently waited out the 1-hour, 57-minute rain delay under the left-field
The Gods Must Be Crazy II" (1989): In which much labor, effort and money went into duplicating the innocent charms of a left-field
hit and, instead, produced (predictably) a movie that left you questioning your sanity for enjoying the original.
Rodriguez then walked, and Castro gave Minnesota a 3-2 lead by doubling off the left-field
With runners at second and third and two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning, Webster robbed Chaminade of West Hills senior Kim Weinstein of a hit with a diving catch down the left-field
line to help preserve Alemany's 2-0 victory on Friday afternoon at Chaminade Middle School.
In an apparent response to that, a handful of plastic bottles were thrown from the left-field
bleachers onto the field.
It turned out not to matter, as first baseman Jose Hernandez scorched a two-out double down the left-field
line to score both runners for a 3-0 lead.
Jimmy Rollins led off and hit a 2-2 fastball from Ishii into the left-field
That brick warehouse in the left-field
corner, for example.
Guillen, who felt stifled in the Tampa Bay Devil Rays organization when he played there from 1999-2001, exacted some measure of satisfaction Thursday when he ripped the first pitch from reliever Dicky Gonzalez beyond the left-field
fence, keying the Angels' 7-3 victory in front of 34,538 at Angel Stadium.
The Twins had loaded the bases with two outs against Angels closer Troy Percival, who earned his seventh save, when Blanco hit a high fly down the left-field