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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

2016 FANTASY BASEBALL BALLPARK INDEX

We often hear about ballpark factors when it comes to evaluating both fantasy baseball pitchers and hitters and this is especially true when the drafts come around.  This season is no different as we contemplate which pitchers and hitters to target in drafts and in turn try to figure out what their numbers will look like during the six-month slog to your league title.  One of the most talked about aspects when it comes to numbers is the ballpark factor which can hurt or help both pitchers and hitters.  Spacious ballparks are a boon to pitchers, while at the same time tough on hitters.  Cozy parks are the exact opposite.  So with that said let's take a look at our 2016 Ballpark Index as we rank all of the 30 venues across the league from most offensive to least. 

OFFENSIVE PARKS (BUMP UP HITTERS WHO CALL THESE PLACES HOME)

1.  Coors Field (Rockies)
2.  Rogers Center (Blue Jays)
3.  Yankee Stadium (Yankees)
4.  Globe Life Park (Rangers)
5.  Camden Yards (Orioles)
6.  Fenway Park (Red Sox)
7.  Chase Field (Diamondbacks)
8.  Miller Park (Brewers)
9.  Citizens Bank Park (Phillies)
10. Great American Ballpark (Reds)
11. Minute Maid Park (Astros)
12. U.S. Cellular Field (White Sox)
13. Busch Stadium (Cardinals)
14. Progressive Field (Indians)
15. Kaufmann Stadium (Royals)
16. Wrigley Field (Cubs)
17. Target Field (Twins)
18. Tropicana Field (Rays)
19. O.Co. Coliseum (A's)
20. Comerica Parks (Tigers)
21. Nationals Park (Nationals)
22. PNC Park (Pirates)
23. Turner Field (Braves)
24. Safeco Field (Mariners)
25. Angel Stadium (Angels)
26. Dodger Stadium (Dodgers)
27. Petco Park (Padres)
28. Citi Field (Mets)
29. AT@T Park (Giants)
30. Marlins Park (Marlins) 
 

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