According to ESPN park factors 2018, Nats park is 3rd most hitter friendly, Philly is 12 pic.twitter.com/LfJX4FrVng— Batman bin Superman (@BatBinSup) February 28, 2019
Park Factor, according to ESPN, compares the rate of stats at home against the rate of stats on the road. A rate higher than 1.000 favors the hitter while a rate lower than 1.000 favors the pitcher.
Coors Field clearly holds the most value of the above-mentioned parks due to the fact that it stands top three in each of the above-mentioned categories, which could key in on solid production or career resurgence for Rockies players like Daniel Murphy.
Daniel Murphy may be on the decline, but he's a .299 career hitter with an 88.5 contact percentage and he now calls Coors Field home. @chrismeaney shares a few run producers to target in drafts. https://t.co/s8Actln6oI— Fantrax (@Fantrax) March 14, 2019
However, unless it's a bonafide superstar like Nolan Arenado, frantically selecting Colorado Rockies, Texas Rangers, and Cincinnati Reds players early and often during drafts would be a huge overreaction to this information. However, it could key in on some solid under-the-radar streaming options and favorable matchups as the season rolls along.
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