There originally was no regulations for dimensions for stadiums and since there used to be no commissioner of Baseball nobody made any rules. So by the time there was a commissioner all the stadiums were already built and he probably didn't want to go through all the trouble of rebuilding all the stadiums since, it wasn't that big of a deal.
A baseball field does not have a standard size. They can vary in shape and size and major league baseball fields are larger than most.
Yes, all professional baseball team fields (infields} are the same size, outfields vary from stadium to stadium. This also true for high school and college baseball teams.
from the designs and the room available to make the stadium.
This site has all the information you need: http://www.baseball-almanac.com/stadium/baseball_field_construction.shtml
every field is off the same size, you might be asking about the stadium size.
It's about the size of a baseball field. Hope this helps
A baseball stadium size varies from city to city
Just based on observation I would say Camden Yards home of the Baltimore Orioles .
Almost every baseball field is a different size.
same size as all other tems in the nfl.
13.06 at median blue whale size and assuming an American stadium football field