ESPN’s Buster Olney notes that homeruns are down to a reasonable level at Coors Field, but it remains far too easy to get a hit. Ostensibly, the humidor is largely responsible for helping balls stay in the yard. However, the outrageous dimensions at Coors make it an offensive paradise. Bringing in the fences might be an easy fix. (If I remember correctly, the deep fences were put in place to mitigate the pre-humidor homerun issue.)
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