|Ground Rules for Edward A. LeLacheur Park
- The Outfield wall is 12 feet high and is one single wall.
- The Left Field Scoreboard is above and separate from the outfield wall.
- If a batted ball hits the Left Field Scoreboard it is a Home Run.
- If a batted ball clears the Left Field wall below the Left Field Scoreboard
it is a Home Run.
- There is a green pipe connected to the LF wall and is considered part of
- If a batted ball hits the Right Field Scoreboard or the advertising panel
below the scoreboard but above the yellow stripe, it is a Home Run.
- The ball must clear the wall for a Home Run.
the ball hits the upper part of the Jay Gee's sign in LCF, it is part of the
wall. If it goes through the
hole, it is a homerun.
the ball hits the Hannaford sign in LCF, it is a homerun.
the ball hits the giant milk bottle in RCF, it is a homerun.
- The upper portion (green tarp) of the batter's eye is considered a Home Run
when a batted ball hits above the yellow stripe.
- The field tarp on the 3rd base side is in play unless the ball gets
- The Right Field corner has a white line to designate whether or not the
ball is in play.
- The dugouts are out of bounds.
- The bullpens are in play.
- If a batted ball lands in fair territory and then bounces into the netting
of the Left Field Kids Area it is a Ground Rule Double.
- If a ball hits a photographer it is at the umpires discretion to award
- If the rotating sign above the batter's eye malfunctions and stops on a
side other than the dark green side play shall go forth regardless of the
opinion of the field personnel. The sign is well above the PBA minimum
requirements for the batter's eye so it is not a violation and play may
|Left Center Field
|Right Center Field
|Right Center Field Bend