The Irregular Outfields Of Baseball by The DataFace
Baseball is a sport rooted in rules and regulations. Everything in the game is standardized, planned, and coordinated, based on a guideline or precedent. Everything, that is, but the park itself: outfield sizes and wall heights vary across the entire league. There are 30 MLB stadiums. No two of them are alike.
In this project, we examine the seven different types of MLB parks, what makes them distinct, and where the varying sizes in their outfields come from.
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CreditsSam Vickars (Design / Development / Analysis)