The nickname given to the patio overlooking left field at Jacobs Field. This patio is between the left field seats and the bleachers in front of the scoreboard. Batted balls that land in this area count as home runs because the Home Run Porch is to the right of the left foul pole. The porch is 19 feet above the playing field, offering fans a nice view of the game. The exciting part of being on the Home Run Porch is that whenever a ball is hit towards left, you would have to look up to make sure that it does not hit you.

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