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the phillies now sit on the third base side at their new ballpark in clearwater
Third Base Side of Field
The first base side of the field.
The Phillies play their home games in Citizens Bank Park, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Along the Third Base Line
Yes. As long as you are reasonably close to the third base line you can be on either side of it. It might be useful to run on the fair side of the line so you can somewhat block the third baseman from throwing home, trying to get you out.
Interestingly, there is no official rule about where the home dugout has to be. And the White Sox are not the only team to have theirs on the third base side-- so do the Tigers and the Indians (and a few others too). Some historians think having it on the third base side goes back to baseball's early years, when many players were also third-base coaches; after standing on the third base line, it was thus much easier to just run back to the dugout and sit for a few minutes. But that explanation may be just another baseball legend.
Third base side
The Rogers Centre.
The height of a triangle is the length of the perpendicular dropped to the base (extended if necessary) from the opposite vertex. This depends on which side is the base, unless the triangle is equilateral. For example, if you have a tall skinny isosceles triangle whose equal sides are a mile long and the third side is an inch long, the height is about a mile if you choose the third side as the base. If you choose either of the other two sides as base, the height will be about an inch.