Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Los Angeles Dodgers

The cool (comparatively) and dry weather of SoCal may help contribute to the notion that this is a pitcher’s park. This year is no different as it is currently running as dead last. The ballpark is only averaging 70% of the runs per game as compared to the league as a whole. Because of a generally west flow off the cool Pacific Ocean, the Los Angelese basin region only sees an average high temperature of around 80 in July making this stadium one of the coolest MLB parks during the summer months. And with Mr. Kershaw toeing the hill several times a month, we can likely expect the poor offensive performances to continue for the next several months.

Dodger Stadium Details:

Left: 330 ft
Center: 395 ft
Right: 330 ft
Latitude/Longitude: 34.0739° N, -118.2400° W
Elevation: 474 ft

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