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Q: Why does pnc park have their dugoout on the third base side?
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Do the Phillies sit on the 1st base side or the third base side of the field in Clearwater?

the phillies now sit on the third base side at their new ballpark in clearwater

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Why do the Chicago White Sox have their home dugout on the third base side?

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.

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Explain Why the height of a triangle depends on which side you select for the base?

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