9. Progressive Field – Cleveland Indians
This ballpark features a few interesting outfield quirks that make for exciting play. In left field there is the “mini monster” with a 19-foot high wall, while in center and right field the wall is only 9 feet high.
What this leads to is doubles that would otherwise be home runs off the giant wall in left field, and outfielders robbing home runs while climbing the wall in the other parts of the wall. Indians fans got used to this sight in the 90’s when Kenny Lofton would routinely scale the pads and snatch the ball was it sailed over the fence.