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#1

U.S. Cellular Field

100% fit

U.S. Cellular Field has a center field distance of 400 feet, a 110,000 square feet of foul territory and an 8 feet-foot right-center field fence. It has an 8-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the American League. U.S. Cellular Field is at 594 feet altitude. It had 2,194,380 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 40,615 people and averaged 27,091 people per game in 2010. It had the park 66.70% full on average and had an attendance increase of -3.90% from 2009-2010. U.S. Cellular Field is rather new, has had 20 seasons played and opened on April 18, 1991. It cost $150,000,000 to build. It costs around $40.67 for one ticket and $99.77 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 5.20% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. U.S. Cellular Field has an average high temperature of 58°F in April.

  • capacity: 40,615 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 128, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 136, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 112
  • league: American League
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#2

Coors Field

100% fit

Coors Field has a center field distance of 415 feet, a 117,000 square feet of foul territory and an 8 feet-foot right-center field fence. It has an 8-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the National League. Coors Field is at 5197 feet altitude. It had 2,875,240 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 50,445 people and averaged 35,940 people per game in 2010. It had the park 71.20% full on average and had an attendance increase of 7.90% from 2009-2010. With a games played of only 1288 games, Coors Field is rather new. It has had 16 seasons played, opened on April 26, 1995 and cost $319,000,000 to build. It costs around $19.50 for one ticket and $36.50 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 0% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. Coors Field has an average high temperature of 61°F in April.

  • capacity: 50,445 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 126, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 124, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 128
  • league: National League
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#3

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

91% fit

Oriole Park at Camden Yards has a center field distance of 406 feet, a 106,000 square feet of foul territory and a 7 feet-foot right-center field fence. It has a 7-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the American League. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is at 35 feet altitude. It had 1,733,020 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 45,971 people and averaged 21,662 people per game in 2010. It had the park 45% full on average and had an attendance increase of -9.10% from 2009-2010. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is rather new, has had 19 seasons played and opened on April 6, 1992. It cost $110,000,000 to build. It costs around $23.90 for one ticket and $43.72 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 2.10% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. Oriole Park at Camden Yards has an average high temperature of 65°F in April.

  • capacity: 45,971 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 119, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 118, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 120
  • league: American League
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#4

Great American Ball Park

92% fit

Great American Ball Park has a center field distance of 404 feet, an 8 feet-foot right-center field fence and a 12-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the National League. It is at 489 feet altitude. Great American Ball Park had 2,060,550 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 42,271 people and averaged 25,438 people per game in 2010. It had the park 60.50% full on average and had an attendance increase of 17.90% from 2009-2010. With a games played of only 649 games, it is rather new. Great American Ball Park has had 8 seasons played, opened on March 31, 2003 and cost $320,000,000 to build. It costs around $20.56 for one ticket and $60.23 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 71% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. Great American Ball Park has an average high temperature of 65°F in April and 85°F in August.

  • capacity: 42,271 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 118, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 123, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 112
  • league: National League
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#5

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

86% fit

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has a center field distance of 400 feet, a 113,000 square feet of foul territory and an 8 feet-foot right-center field fence. It has an 8-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the American League. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is at 549 feet altitude. It had 2,505,170 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 48,911 people and averaged 30,928 people per game in 2010. It had the park 63% full on average and had an attendance increase of 16.20% from 2009-2010. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is rather new. It has had 17 seasons played, opened on April 1, 1994 and cost $191,000,000 to build. It costs around $18.60 for one ticket and $67.17 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased -10.20% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has an average high temperature of 76°F in April.

  • capacity: 48,911 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 115, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 111, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 122
  • league: American League
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#6

Yankee Stadium

86% fit

Yankee Stadium has a center field distance of 408 feet, an 8 feet-foot right-center field fence and an 8-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the American League. It is at 11 feet altitude. Yankee Stadium had 3,765,810 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 52,355 people and averaged 46,491 people per game in 2010. It had the park 88.90% full on average and had an attendance increase of 2.50% from 2009-2010. It is rather new, has had 2 seasons played and opened on April 16, 2009. Yankee Stadium cost $1,600,000,000 to build. It costs around $51.83 for one ticket and $312.11 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 0% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. Yankee Stadium has an average high temperature of 58°F in April and 82°F in August.

  • capacity: 52,355 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 116, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 111, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 120
  • league: American League
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#7

Wrigley Field

79% fit

Wrigley Field has a center field distance of 400 feet, a 108,000 square feet of foul territory and an 11 feet-foot right-center field fence. It has an 11-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the National League. Wrigley Field is at 599 feet altitude. It had 3,062,970 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 41,118 people and averaged 37,814 people per game in 2010. It had the park 92% full on average and had an attendance increase of -3.30% from 2009-2010. Wrigley Field is very old, has had 97 seasons played and opened on April 23, 1914. It cost $250,000 to build. It costs around $46.90 for one ticket and $103.47 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased -1.20% from 2010-2011. It has open air weatherproofing. Wrigley Field has an average high temperature of 58°F in April.

  • capacity: 41,118 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 110, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 109, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 115
  • league: National League
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#8

Miller Park

78% fit

Miller Park has a center field distance of 400 feet, an 8 feet-foot right-center field fence and an 8-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the National League. It is at 602 feet altitude. Miller Park had 2,776,530 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 41,900 people and averaged 34,278 people per game in 2010. It had the park 80.80% full on average and had an attendance increase of -8.60% from 2009-2010. It has had 815 games played in the park, so it is rather new. Miller Park has had 10 seasons played, opened on April 6, 2001 and cost $382,000,000 to build. It costs around $22.10 for one ticket and $39.59 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 0% from 2010-2011. It has retractable dome weatherproofing. Miller Park has an average high temperature of 52°F in April and 77°F in August.

  • capacity: 41,900 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 107, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 100, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 121
  • league: National League
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#9

Minute Maid Park

78% fit

Minute Maid Park has a center field distance of 435 feet, a 7 feet-foot right-center field fence and a 21-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the National League. It is at 20 feet altitude. Minute Maid Park had 2,331,490 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 40,950 people and averaged 28,783 people per game in 2010. It had the park 70.30% full on average and had an attendance increase of -7.50% from 2009-2010. It is rather new, has had 11 seasons played and opened on April 7, 2000. Minute Maid Park cost $250,000,000 to build. It costs around $30.84 for one ticket and $52.62 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 5.30% from 2010-2011. It has retractable dome weatherproofing. Minute Maid Park has an average high temperature of 78°F in April and 92°F in August.

  • capacity: 40,950 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 110, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 113, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 107
  • league: National League
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#10

Rogers Centre

77% fit

Rogers Centre has a center field distance of 400 feet, a 108,000 square feet of foul territory and a 10 feet-foot right-center field fence. It has a 10-foot left-center field fence. It has a team that plays in the American League. Rogers Centre is at 268 feet altitude. It had 1,625,560 total guests in 2010, can hold up to 50,516 people and averaged 20,068 people per game in 2010. It had the park 39.90% full on average and had an attendance increase of -13.40% from 2009-2010. Rogers Centre is rather new. It has had 22 seasons played, opened on June 5, 1989 and cost $500,000,000 to build. It costs around $24.35 for one ticket and $57.44 for a premium ticket and ticket prices have increased 0% from 2010-2011. It has retractable dome weatherproofing. Rogers Centre has an average high temperature of 52°F in April.

  • capacity: 50,516 people
  • game-related attributes: Home Runs Park Factor - 108, Home Runs Park Factor for Righties - 112, Home Runs Park Factor for Lefties - 103
  • league: American League
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