There is no designated area where the home fans sit. They sit on all sides of the Baseball field. There are usually many, many more home fans than visitor fans at a baseball game. The visitor fans also may sit anywhere in the stadium.
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 first base side is always the visitors side.
The visitor's dugout is located on the First Base side of the diamond.
The visitors bullpen is in front of sections 150 thru 152 in right field at Kauffman Stadium.
It's on the 3rd base side.
No - Section 153 is on the lower sideline on the Visitors side, on the North Side of the stadium.
The team that travels to the opposing home team stadium.
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.
FAU Baseball Stadium was created in 1991.
Douliu Baseball Stadium was created in 2005.
Tianmu Baseball Stadium was created in 1999.
Xinzhuang Baseball Stadium was created in 1997.
According to the official website of Wembley Stadium:For the majority of event days at Wembley Stadium, the roof is in its fully closed position - lined up with the touchlines leaving the seats covered but the pitch uncovered.This is how Wembley Stadium has been designed as it allows for the playing surface to receive maximum sunlight. Wembley Stadium does not move the sliding roof whilst visitors are in the Stadium.In the event of heavy rain some visitors on Level 1 can get wet, so we would recommend visitors dress accordingly.As Wembley Stadium's roof does not close fully, visitors with tickets for the standing pitch area at concerts will get wet in the event of rain.See the Related Link to the official website of the stadium.
no baseball was ever hit out of Yankees Stadium for a home run.
Pan American Baseball Stadium was created in 2010.
Taipei Municipal Baseball Stadium ended in 2000.