This stadium was home to a Major League team for four years. The left field wall stood only 250 feet from home plate, something Wally Moon took advantage of, leading to the term "Moon Shot" as a synonym for home run, and to a later MLB rule requiring fences to be a minimum of 325 feet from home pate. This Stadium (at the time) not-so-famously hosted the first NFL-AFL Championship Game (aka, Super Bowl I). Name this stadium which once saw over 92,000 people in attendance for a World Series game, a stadium that also saw use for major sporting events hosted there in 1932 and 1984.
Los Angeles (Memorial) Colisseum