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Old 09-04-2022, 03:51 PM
Location: USA
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Originally Posted by beach43ofus View Post
The AL East has a lot of short porches...fact. That is where most of Judges games are played.
almost a 500 footer in the Trop today. That would barely clear a beachmansion for 3.
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Old 09-05-2022, 06:52 AM
Location: Miami (prev. NY, Atlanta, SF, OC and San Diego)
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Originally Posted by SteveM85 View Post
almost a 500 footer in the Trop today. That would barely clear a beachmansion for 3.
Not only that but he now has hit almost as many HR on the road (26) as he has at home (27)…..but some still cling to the belief that the only reason he has hit 17 more HR than his next closest competitor (22 in the AL) is because Judge magically only hits HR to the opposite field to the shortest dimension at Yankee Stadium….ok, sure—let the stats speak for themselves.

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Old 09-09-2022, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Bondurant View Post
No. Different dimensions at different parks is a traditional nuance of baseball.
MLB hates tradition and loves money. They have to change one silly rule every spring. Just a matter of time.

I liked the old Polo Grounds, 480 to CF, 257 to RF.

Some are wrong. When Google maps made accurate aerial zoo, I found a few over 5 feet off.
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Old 09-10-2022, 01:25 PM
Location: ^##
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Originally Posted by globetrekker96 View Post
What are you thinking regarding outfield dimensions? Do you think it’s unfair that Yankees Stadium is only 315 feet to right field, whereas in other places it’s at least 20 feet more. Should MLB change or regulate stadium dimensions?

Also, what is your favorite ballpark with outfield dimensions included?

Oracle Park, in San Francisco, is one of the most uniquely designed places to see a game. From Triples Alley, to McCovey Cove, that is some field.

The ballpark in Houston also has a few things that you don’t see in most places? Do you like simple ballparks?
I don't think they should be regulated, that's part of the quirkiness that I like even though I take jabs at small ballparks.

I like Kauffman mostly because it's where my team plays.
330 feet in left field, 387 in left center, 410 in center, 387 feet in right center, and 330 feet in right field.
Very symmetrical, but challenging. You have to be able to hit, not just swing for the fences. It will be interesting to see how next year's rule changes will affect this type of stadium.
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