MLB Park Factor - 2010
Year: Previous - Next
RankPark Name2010 Rate2009 Rate% Diff
1)Coors Field1.3641.2479.4
2)Yankee Stadium1.1770.96522.0
3)Wrigley Field1.1701.1462.2
4)U.S. Cellular Field1.1351.0626.8
5)Oriole Park at Camden Yards1.1121.0377.3
6)Globe Life Park in Arlington1.0911.0850.5
7)Fenway Park1.0831.0721.0
8)Rogers Centre1.0580.93712.9
9)Chase Field1.0491.193-12.1
10)Marlins Park1.0431.136-8.2
11)PNC Park at North Shore1.0261.0220.4
12)Turner Field1.0070.89512.5
Great American Ball Park1.0070.9753.3
Kauffman Stadium1.0071.113-9.6
15)Miller Park1.0050.88613.5
16)Citizens Bank Park0.9911.028-3.6
17)Comerica Park0.9811.026-4.3
18)Nationals Park0.9651.008-4.2
19)Target Field0.9621.090-11.7
20)O.co Coliseum0.9560.974-1.9
21)Progressive Field0.9470.83813.0
22)AT&T Park0.9421.052-10.4
23)Dodger Stadium0.9390.8579.5
24)Busch Stadium0.9370.9192.0
25)Citi Field0.8900.943-5.6
26)Petco Park0.8820.74119.0
27)Angel Stadium of Anaheim0.8641.020-15.3
Minute Maid Park at Union Station0.8640.930-7.2
29)SAFECO Field0.8130.947-14.2
30)Tropicana Field0.8000.996-19.7


MLB Park factor compares the total runs scored by both teams at one ballpark versus another ballpark.
A rate over 1.000 favors the hitter, while a rate below 1.000 favors the pitcher.

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