It varies. There is no "official" dugout for visitors or home teams in baseball. It is decided by the team who calls the stadium home. In NCAA baseball playoffs, the visitors occupy the 3rd base dugout no matter where the game is played.
The Yankees dugout is located on the first base side of the new Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees always sit in the dugout on the first base side of Yankee Stadium.
It's on the 3rd base side.
any home team will sit on the 1st base side=any away team will sit on the 3rd base side=
Luc is Awesome
The dugout on the first base side is always home no matter what league you are in.
There is no rule that states the home dugout needs to be on a particular side. This is completely up to the owners/management of the team
Because the first base side is usually the home team side. Since the Yanks are always the home team at Yankee stadium, that's where they put the dug out. :-)
If your standing on home plate looking towards the pitchers mound, the Red Sox dugout is on the right side.
The Yankees, at home, always use the dugout on the first base side.
Their own. Generally if they sit in the home team's dugout, there's bound to be a fight or two. Seriously, it varies from stadium to stadium. Often the home team is on the 3rd base side, with the visitors across at 1st base. But there's no hard and fast rule. Sarcasm does not seem appropriate for answering a question.