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Pitcher’s Park

pitch*ers park

What Is The Definition Of A Pitcher’s Park In Baseball?

1. This is a term used to describe baseball stadiums in which it’s harder to hit a home run. These parks feature a deep outfield, weather conditions and/or a high wall that makes it more difficult for batters to hit the ball out of the park. For example, the marine layer in the air that occasionally occurs at Safeco Field in Seattle and Petco Park in San Diego (and which makes it harder to hit the ball as far) have earned these stadiums a reputation for being pitcher’s parks.

Examples Of How Pitcher’s Park Is Used In Commentary

1. Despite playing in a pitcher’s park in Seattle, Nelson Cruz has been able to hit over 40 home runs at least twice as a member of the Mariners.

Sports The Term Is Used

1. Baseball

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