Dodger Stadium (home of the Los Angeles Dodgers) is the third oldest baseball stadium in the game.
What is the shortest MLB stadium?
408 to center is deep, sure, but 318 and 314 down the left and right field lines, respectively, are some of the shortest distances in baseball. In fact, 318 to left is only behind Tropicana Field, Minute Maid Park (Houston), and Fenway Park (Boston), the last two having stories-high walls to overcome.
What was the longest baseball game ever played?
May 8-9, 1984: White Sox, Brewers play for 25 innings, longest game in major-league history – Society for American Baseball Research.