The clue in our latest Real Estate Jeopardy was: Fenway Park has the shallowest of these in all of Major League Baseball.
The answer is: What is its outfield? Yes, indeed, America's fourth-smallest MLB ballpark boasts the league's shallowest right-field line (302 feet) and the shallowest left-field line (310 feet), making its outfield positively depth-less. Thanks to all who played and to all those who wrote in to tell us how terrible the Sox are and that we should focus on the Patriots more even in their off-season.
· Fenway: the Shallow and Short of One of MLB's Tiniest Fields [Curbed Boston]
· Our Real Estate Jeopardy archive [Curbed Boston]