Ballparks by Egantx7

Question 11

This stadium is currently the third oldest Stadium in the National League (Dodger Stadium and Wrigley Beergarden being #2 and #1, respectively). This stadium has a special walk-in humidor which is used for storing baseballs, a necessity because of the dry environment. The construction of this stadium saw the unearthing of a triceratops skull. Between 1995 and 2005, the home team hit over 1300 home runs at home, more than any team in MLB. Identify this stadium, which has a row of purple seats in the upper deck, and which did not see a 1-0 game in its history until the walk-in humidor was installed.

Coors Field