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SUNTRUST PARK PLAYING SMALL
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Posted by AndrewL
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http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/pitchers-beware-the-braves -new-ballpark-is-giving-up-a-lot-of-home-runs-already/

Mark Bowman ✔ @mlbbowman
AB/HR ratios at Turner Field and @SunTrustPark
2010 40.3
2011 38.2
2012 39.5
2013 36.5
2014 42.1
2015 47.9
2016 44.4
2017 (9 G at STP) 25.9

Reply by AndrewL

http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/park-factors-and-other-early- season-statcast-fun/

You might not be able to tell from traditional park-factor data, but the new Atlanta ballpark appears to be much more hitter friendly than its predecessor. The fly balls hit by the Braves and their opponents to data havent been hit all that hard (should have resulted in .301 AVG-.846 SLG to date), but have actually resulted in much more production (.345 AVG-1.008 SLG, 137.9 Fly Ball Park Factor). In all of MLB, almost exactly 15.0% of fly balls hit between 95-100 mph have gone over the wall this season; 22.0% of such flies have done so in this new yard.

 
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