Ameriquest Field (Texas Rangers) and Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies). It was Coors Field, home of the Rockies, in Colorado, where the air is thin and the ball carries, until the humidor was installed, which help to make the balls slightly heavier. Wrong!!! CBP gets a bum rap as a hitter's park. Although the Cubs are the only team to score more runs than the Phillies in the NL, CBP @1.029 is ranked 15th in ESPN's "Park Factors" for 2008. Only Angel Stadium @1.07 (#16) and Cleveland's Progressive Field @ 0.995 (#17) could be consisdered more fair to both hitters and pitchers. Below are the rankings of "hitter's parks", home teams and their rankings in runs scored. 1. Rangers Ballpark (Texas Rangers #1-AL) 1.142 2. Chase Field (Arizona D'backs #10-NL) 1.135 3. Coors Field (Colorado Rockies #8-NL ) 1.126 4. U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago White Sox #5-AL) 1.122 5. Fenway Park (Boston, Massachusetts #2-AL) 1.077 6. Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers #4-AL) 1.077 7. Great American (Cincinnati Reds #12-NL) 1.069 8. Wrigley Field (ChicagoCubs #1-NL) 1.068 9. Turner Field (Atlanta Braves #6-NL) 1.063 10. Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles #8-AL) 1.051 11. AT&T Park (San Francisco, California #15-NL) 1.045 12. Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees #7-AL) 1.04 13. Nationals Park (Washington Nationals #14-NL) 1.038 14. Minute Maid Park (Houston Astros #11-NL) 1.036 15. Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies #2-NL) 1.029 16. Angel Stadium (California Angels #10-AL) 1.017 Notice the Texas Rangers, by virtue of playing in the AL with the designated hitter and in the top hitting stadium, not so surprisingly led all MLB teams in runs. While the Phillies finishing in a tie for 2nd in the NL (Where pitchers actually bat) earned their ranking by playing in a ballpark that barely favored hitting over pitching.
Safeco Field, Seattle
Petco Park in San Diego.
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As of September 26, 2007 there have been 255 no-hitters thrown in the history of MLB. Click on the 'MLB No-hitters' link on this page to see a list of them.
There were 34 no hitters pitched in the decade of the 1960s. Instead of listing them all here I have included a link, called 'MLB No Hitters', that you can click to see every no hitter thrown in MLB history.
It is a pitcher's park for sure.
Nolan Ryan. He has 7 career no-hitters.
Carlos Zambrano is a professional MLB baseball player signed with the Philadelphia Phillies, best known for being one of the best pitch hitters in recent times.
Who has the best ERA for a MLB season
yes he was a left handed hitter. he was one of the best left handed hitters in mlb history.
New York Mets- 32/ 1-Hitters
Marlins Park (2012)
Fenway Park Is The Smallest
Fenway Park is the home of the Boston Red Sox in the MLB.
nolan ryan with seven.
Los Angeles Angels
Jason Varitek caught four no hitters, which is an MLB record for a catcher.