Going, Going, Gone: Ranking The Toughest MLB Stadiums To Hit Home Runs

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Going, Going, Gone: Ranking The Toughest MLB Stadiums To Hit Home Runs

Home runs have been ingrained in baseball. We watch balls fly out of yards at high rates and multiple times per game.

The balls have been made tighter, the fences built closer, and the bats made lighter. All have combined for home runs to be an important part of a club's success.

What also plays a factor is one's park. We saw how Yankee Stadium launched balls out into the seats at an eye-popping rate in 2009.

That got us thinking about which parks are the easiest and the hardest to hit a ball out of.

Inside is the list of the toughest places to hit home runs from easiest to most difficult.*

*The Metrodome is excluded from the list as it is no longer open in 2010*

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