MLB Ballpark Ratings - 2017 Close
Update: Welcome to the Ballpark Ratings page. This is data from the 2017 season. We will integrate 2018 metrics after the season is underway
|Team||Ballpark||Wea||Home SP||Road SP||GP||R Tot||R Avg||R Rk||R Rating||HR Tot||HR Avg||HR Rk||HR Rating||SLG||SLG Rk||SLG Rating|
|Los Angeles Angels||Angel Stadium of Anaheim||-||-||81||691||8.53||24||-8.1%||202||2.5||19||-0.1%||.405||25||-4.9%|
|Houston Astros||Minute Maid Park||-||-||78||693||8.88||21||-4.3%||212||2.7||9||8.9%||.432||11||1.5%|
|Oakland Athletics||O.co Coliseum||-||-||81||821||10.14||5||9.2%||228||2.8||8||12.8%||.445||8||4.5%|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Rogers Centre||-||-||81||718||8.86||23||-4.5%||204||2.5||17||.9%||.424||16||-0.4%|
|Atlanta Braves||SunTrust Park||-||-||81||767||9.47||10||2.0%||174||2.1||27||-13.9%||.423||17||-0.6%|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Miller Park||J. Chacin(MIL)||W. Buehler(LA)||84||773||9.20||15||-0.8%||217||2.6||13||3.5%||.427||14||.3%|
|St. Louis Cardinals||Busch Stadium||-||-||81||690||8.52||25||-8.2%||174||2.1||26||-13.9%||.408||22||-4.0%|
|Chicago Cubs||Wrigley Field||-||-||81||805||9.94||7||7.1%||209||2.6||14||3.4%||.427||15||.2%|
|Arizona D-backs||Chase Field||-||-||81||803||9.91||8||6.8%||215||2.7||11||6.4%||.449||7||5.4%|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Dodger Stadium||-||-||81||665||8.21||29||-11.5%||203||2.5||18||.4%||.404||27||-5.2%|
|San Francisco Giants||AT&T Park||-||-||81||650||8.02||30||-13.5%||118||1.5||31||-41.6%||.383||31||-10.1%|
|Cleveland Indians||Progressive Field||-||-||81||681||8.41||26||-9.4%||185||2.3||22||-8.5%||.412||21||-3.1%|
|Seattle Mariners||Safeco Field||-||-||81||728||8.99||18||-3.2%||210||2.6||12||3.9%||.418||20||-1.9%|
|Miami Marlins||Marlins Park||-||-||79||708||8.96||19||-3.4%||171||2.2||24||-13.3%||.404||26||-5.0%|
|New York Mets||Citi Field||-||-||84||752||8.95||20||-3.5%||201||2.4||21||-4.1%||.408||23||-4.1%|
|Washington Nationals||Nationals Park||-||-||81||766||9.46||11||1.9%||206||2.5||16||1.9%||.435||10||2.2%|
|Baltimore Orioles||Oriole Park at Camden Yards||-||-||81||802||9.90||9||6.7%||262||3.2||1||29.6%||.453||5||6.4%|
|San Diego Padres||PETCO Park||-||-||81||643||7.94||31||-14.5%||182||2.2||23||-10.0%||.394||30||-7.5%|
|Philadelphia Phillies||Citizens Bank Park||-||-||81||762||9.41||14||1.4%||231||2.9||6||14.3%||.442||9||3.8%|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||PNC Park||-||-||80||672||8.40||27||-9.5%||152||1.9||30||-23.9%||.401||28||-5.8%|
|Texas Rangers||Globe Life Park in Arlington||-||-||81||886||10.94||2||17.9%||239||3.0||4||18.2%||.454||4||6.6%|
|Tampa Bay Rays||Tropicana Field||-||-||81||678||8.37||28||-9.8%||198||2.4||20||-2.0%||.400||29||-6.0%|
|Boston Red Sox||Fenway Park||. (BOS)||. (HOU)||81||736||9.09||16||-2.1%||164||2.0||28||-18.9%||.406||24||-4.5%|
|Cincinnati Reds||Great American Ball Park||-||-||81||819||10.11||6||8.9%||244||3.0||2||20.7%||.450||6||5.6%|
|Colorado Rockies||Coors Field||-||-||81||903||11.15||1||20.1%||208||2.6||15||2.9%||.476||1||11.9%|
|Kansas City Royals||Kauffman Stadium||-||-||81||718||8.86||22||-4.5%||174||2.1||25||-13.9%||.419||19||-1.6%|
|Detroit Tigers||Comerica Park||-||-||81||878||10.84||3||16.8%||217||2.7||10||7.3%||.460||2||8.1%|
|Minnesota Twins||Target Field||-||-||81||838||10.35||4||11.5%||232||2.9||5||14.8%||.456||3||7.2%|
|Chicago White Sox||Guaranteed Rate Park||-||-||81||764||9.43||13||1.6%||230||2.8||7||13.8%||.431||12||1.3%|
|New York Yankees||Yankee Stadium||-||-||81||766||9.46||12||1.9%||243||3.0||3||20.2%||.422||18||-0.8%|
Player AlarmsView All
J. Altuve - 2B
Altuve had surgery on his right knee Friday, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Altuve dealt with lingering knee issues throughout the season, so the procedure was likely just a simple cleanup. More news on a timetable for his recovery figures to surface in the coming days, but he should be ready to go for spring training.
Added 1:08 pm (EST)
K. Hernández - 2B
Hernandez is out of the lineup for Game 6 of the NLCS versus the Brewers on Friday.
Hernandez went 0-for-5 with a walk during the past three games and will retreat to the bench for Friday's outing in favor of Max Muncy at second base. David Freese will start at first and bat atop the Dodgers' order.
Added Yesterday 5:02 pm (EST)
D. Freese - 1B
Freese will bat atop the Dodgers' order and start at first base for Game 6 of the NLCS against Milwaukee on Friday.
This will be the fourth time in Freese's career that he will hit first in the lineup, with the most recent coming in 2016 for the Pirates. In this series he's gone hitless across five at-bats with a pair of strikeouts. Following Freese in the order will be Max Muncy, Justin Turner and Manny Machado.
Added Yesterday 4:59 pm (EST)
J. Musgrove - SP
Musgrove underwent surgery to repair his abdominal wall to help heal the stress reaction on the front of his pelvic bone, Stephen J. Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Since a typical timetable for this surgery is around six weeks, Musgrove should be fully healed and read y to go prior to spring training. The right-hander suffered the stress fracture in mid-September after a start against the Royals and was promptly shut down for the last couple weeks of the season. Across 19 starts in 2018, he logged a 4.06 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with 100 strikeouts in 115.1 innings.
Added Yesterday 4:55 pm (EST)
C. Sale - SP
Manager Alex Cora said Sale (illness) will start Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday, WEEI 93.7 FM reports.
This shouldn't come as any surprise, especially considering Sale will have a few more days to fully recover from the stomach illness that he came down with this past weekend. The 29-year-old would have started Game 6 of the ALCS versus Houston, but the Red Sox were able to close out the series in five games. Cora admitted that the full rotation for the World Series hasn't been set just yet, but David Price will likely follow Sale in Game 2.
Added Yesterday 3:06 pm (EST)
H. Ryu - SP
Ryu will start Game 6 of the NLCS against the Brewers on Friday.
As expected, Ryu will return to the bump in Milwaukee after pitching Game 2 on Saturday. During that start, he gave up two runs on six hits while striking out four across 4.1 innings and didn't factor into the decision. The southpaw will once again go up against Wade Miley with the chance to propel the Dodgers back to the Fall Classic.
Added Yesterday 1:06 pm (EST)
H. Harvey - RP
Harvey (elbow, shoulder) will resume a throwing program in December, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey experienced elbow soreness in mid-September during instructional league but fortunately didn't suffer any sort of major injury. At the time of his latest setback, Harvey had been recovering from a shoulder injury that forced him to shut it down for the rest of the 2018 season back in early June. Kubatko added that Harvey's elbow/forearm "feels good" at the moment, though it's hard to be completely confident in the 23-year-old due to his past injury history.
Added Yesterday 12:34 pm (EST)
C. Kimbrel - RP
Kimbrel picked up a save as the Red Sox clinched the American League pennant with a scoreless inning in Game 5 on Thursday against the Astros, permitting just one walk and no hits and striking out two.
Kimbrel entered the game with a three-run lead and allowed a one out walk to Yuli Gurriel but retired the next two batters to nail down the save for the Red Sox. The closer recorded 42 saves with a 2.74 ERA in the regular season and needed just 14 pitches to earn his fifth save in five postseason chances.
Added Yesterday 9:20 am (EST)