Ranking the Top 10 Most Home Run-Friendly Ballparks in Major League Baseball

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Ranking the Top 10 Most Home Run-Friendly Ballparks in Major League Baseball
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Coors Field in Denver, CO.

In the 137 years of Major League Baseball, ballparks with more home run-friendly dimensions have often produced either high-powered offenses or horrendous pitching statistics.

Baseball continues to be one of the only sports in the world with no universal stadium dimensions, giving each ballpark its own uniqueness.

With the steroid era coming to a close and a significantly less number of home runs being slugged, home run-friendly ballparks now offer more advantages then ever via the long ball.

The following list uses the Park Factor statistic (rate of stats at home vs. stats on the road) of stadiums over the last five years, the total number of home runs hit and dimensions to rank the top 10 most home run-friendly ballparks in MLB.

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