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Ask any hitter in the major leagues what his favorite park to hit in is and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will probably be the most common answer you are given.
With a combination of very dry air and an almost constant wind blowing out, the home of the Texas Rangers is one of the easiest parks for a major league player to hit home runs in.
One of the main reasons that Rangers ballpark is one of the most hitter friendly ballparks is because it does not favor either left or right handed hitters. This only increases the amount of offense that is generated in this park.
In 2011, Rangers Ballpark averaged 2.81 home runs per game as well as earning an ESPN park factor of 1.409 which was the top number last season.
Even though a solid major league lineup will be able to generate runs in any ballpark they play in, these five parks are some of the best for fans of high-scoring games.