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  • He smoked Kid McNeelys fastball toward the gap in right center garden.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • One ball landed in the second deck in right field, which caught the attention of pitcher Dillon Gee, who was jogging around the warning track.

    Mets Work Out Jerez

  • Woody juggled snowballs out in right garden, and on the left side of the diamond, Bubbles and Doc Lindy played catch with a mound the size of a cannonball.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • Eventually inside, the three hundred or so applicants that were chosen out of over five thousand were seated in right centerfield section 103 for orientation.

    One Season

  • Wilmots got the pill in right and fires it to the cutoff.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • Out in right garden, Graham Payne stood on his toes and stared in at the striker, determined to prove his worth on every single play.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • Jackson must have been enjoying the moment, because when he came up in the bottom of the first against knuckleballer Wilbur Wood, with Willie Randolph and Mickey Rivers on base, he promptly smashed a floating knuckleball over the wall in right center.

    The Greatest Game

  • Graham raced out toward second sack, while Griffith positioned himself between Scribe, Woody, and Frenchy Genins in right center.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • Following his lead, Johnny Damon—more on his night later—smoked a one-hop shot off the wall in right for a double.

    One Season

  • Though there would be tweaks from time to time—the 1940 introduction of bullpens in right field, for example, which shortened the fences for the pull-hitting Ted Williams—this was essentially the stadium in which the Yankees and the Red Sox were playing.

    The Greatest Game

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