5 Baseball Parks Where Baseball Players Can Easily Hit Home Runs

By Peter C

At times, the performance of baseball players when it comes to hitting home runs and knocking a baseball out of the park is dependent on the nature of the ballpark.

This article covers some of the ballparks where baseball players can easily hit home runs.

Chase Field

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Located in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, Chase Field is one of the ballparks with a retractable roof in the United States. Although the stadium is located in one of the hottest places in the country, hitters are always happy to use the ballpark. Since it opened in 1998, the stadium has delivered tons of home runs for players.

Great American Ballpark

With an average of 200 home runs per season, this ballpark is one of the most accessible places to hit home runs. The ballpark located in Cincinnati, Ohio, was constructed to replace Cinergy Field. Since 2003 when it first opened, Great American Ballpark has been the home field of Cincinnati Reds.

Citizens Bank Park

The structure of this ballpark clearly shows it was built with home runs in mind. Citizens Bank Park has been the home field of the Philadelphia Phillies since 2004. It is one of the few places where tons of home runs are witnessed every year.

Yankee Stadium

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This baseball park is located in Concourse, Bronx, New York City. A baseball park where over 200 home runs were hit in 2012 deserves to be on this list.

Coors Field

The baseball park located in downtown Denver, Colorado, boasts a wide range of unique features. Apart from its breathtaking views and other excellent features, one important thing about the ballpark is the huge number of home runs that are recorded every season.