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OK baseball fans, do you know your major-league ballparks?

A Yankee Stadium ground crew member walks away after painting the home plate before the Yankees' opening day game against the Boston Red Sox in New York, April 1, 2013. (MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS)

In no other major pro sport do the field dimensions and personalities of stadiums vary as much as in baseball. They, in a sense, are the "10th man" on the field. Here are 30 questions to test your knowledge of the 30 big-league parks.

- Ross AtkinStaff writer

1. Where is the oldest retractable dome in the majors?

Baseball’s oldest retractable domed stadium is the Rogers Centre in Toronto, which was called the SkyDome when it opened in 1989.

Baseball’s oldest retractable domed stadium is the Rogers Centre in Toronto, which was called the SkyDome when it opened in 1989.

Baseball’s oldest retractable domed stadium is the Rogers Centre in Toronto, which was called the SkyDome when it opened in 1989.

Baseball’s oldest retractable domed stadium is the Rogers Centre in Toronto, which was called the SkyDome when it opened in 1989.

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Seattle (Safeco Field)

 

Miami (Marlins Park)

 

Toronto (Rogers Centre)

 

Houston (Minute Maid Park)

 
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