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It can vary, but a typical size is 60 feet wide by 30 feet high.

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Q: What are the dimensions of a batter's eye for a baseball field?
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Why are centerfield seats purposely empty in baseball stadiums?

If the stadium is strictly a baseball stadium, there won't be any seats in center field, and if it's a multipurpose stadium they will be covered, and unused. This is done for the batters... That area is what is known as the "batters eye" which means it's the direct view of what the batter sees from home plate. It's generally a dark color (so the ball can be easily picked up from the pitchers hand), and if there is a video board, it is on a fixed picture during an at bat.

What is the purpose of the batter board?

I assume "batter board" is another term for "Batters Eye" in center field. If not then this answer will not apply to your question. The Batters Eye is for the batter to have a "backdrop" that will allow him to see the baseball come from the pitchers hand. Generally these are green or black because they allow the white ball to be seen easily. If you are in the outfield on a line drive hit to you, then you might appreciate having this as when you are at bat. A white ball being thrown at you 80-90mph that you cant see because someone in the center field bleachers is wearing a white shirt right where the release point is for the pitcher would not be a good thing.

How many dimensions do you see in when you look with one eye?

When you look through one eye or both eyes, it doesn't matter because the world that we know always has three dimensions; length, width, and height.The difference is that when you look through one eye your brain doesn't get as much information to be able to determine width or depth, which is considered the third dimension. It only gets information to see length and height. And, to see the fourth dimension, time, all you have to do is look at something with three dimensions ans wait for it to move. Movement involves time, so if you close one eye and look at things moving, you are actually seeing infour dimensions with only one eye!

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If there is normal vision in both eye for the right half visual field but there is absence of vision in both eyes for left half of the visual field, then the lesion is in the left eye. Since the vision for right eye is clear, the lesion is in the left.

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