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Kevin

The Dimensions for the stadium were:

LF Line - 301 ft

Straightway LF - 402 ft (somewhere right of where the granstand ends in LF)

Left-center - 461 ft (around the middle of the front of the Left field bleachers)

Left of Centerfield - 490 ft (The corner where the LF wall makes a sharp angle to become the CF wall)

Straight CF - 470 Ft (middle of CF wall just left of scoreboard)

(Note: left/rights from perspective of batter at home plate)

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