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At which MLB baseball parks is it the easiest to hit home runs?

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Meat Face:

At which MLB baseball parks is it the easiest to hit home runs?

After the destruction of the Twins yesterday, I'd say the Metrodome. lol

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Bier Meister:

coors

Don't have a link, but that's gotta be a bo-brainer IMO.

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1) Coors

2) Wrigley

3) Anywhere Jose Lima is pitching

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Coors....I've seen check swings result in line drive dingers. Glorified softball is all we get to see.

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Bier Meister:

coors

average players have monster years here and cannot replicate the numbers once they leave as highly touted power hitters.

 

a killer on pitchers (even quality pitchers).

 

 

this is the biggest launching pad i've ever seen.

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Bier Meister:

 

Bier Meister:

coors

average players have monster years here and cannot replicate the numbers once they leave as highly touted power hitters.

 

a killer on pitchers (even quality pitchers).

 

 

this is the biggest launching pad i've ever seen.

case in point - Jeff Cirillo.... he exploded a few years back there...... came here to Seattle & signed for mass dinero & didn't even hit his weight. :D

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I've seen Wrigley listed a few times, but that's cuz of the wind.

 

When it blows in, it's a pitcher's paradise. And that's more often than you think...

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Pope Flick:

I've seen Wrigley listed a few times, but that's cuz of the wind.

 

When it blows in, it's a pitcher's paradise. And that's more often than you think...

It's only 368 ft. to the power alleys no matter how hard the wind is blow'in. thinking

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Down Goes Frazia:

 

Bier Meister:

 

Bier Meister:

coors

average players have monster years here and cannot replicate the numbers once they leave as highly touted power hitters.

 

a killer on pitchers (even quality pitchers).

 

 

this is the biggest launching pad i've ever seen.

case in point - Jeff Cirillo.... he exploded a few years back there...... came here to Seattle & signed for mass dinero & didn't even hit his weight. :Din fairness, cirillo was a good hitter in milwaukee before he came to denver. but yeah, he sure did stink when he went to seattle.

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Down Goes Frazia:

nutt'in like 30 mph gails blow'in out to center @ Wrigley.

Didn't Kerry Wood lead the majors in homeruns last year? jester

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As I've stated on several occassions before, I haven't watched a baseball game since the Pirates lost to the Braves in the NLCS in '92, but it would seem to me that PNC Park would be one of the most hitter-friendly parks, seing as how they're trying to hit Pirate pitchers. No? shrug

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