Anaheim Weather at Angel Stadium of Anaheim
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The fourth-oldest ballpark in MLB today, the $118 million renovations in 1996 turned the 30-year park back to a baseball-only facility. Angel Stadium of Anaheim is a modern concrete ballpark in the land of Disney.
The dimensions of the ballpark are average (330/387/400/370/330 from left to right). While weather patterns vary greatly in Southern California's summer months, the trend overall is
for the colder nights to bring winds blowing in, contributing to its reputation as a pitcher’s park.
Unique features of Angel Stadium include center-field waterfalls, terraced bullpens in the outfield, widened concourses, new restroom and concession areas, a spacious and modernized press box and broadcast booths, family-oriented seating sections (left field pavilion), state-of-the-art club-level and dugout-level suites, the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion (a youth-oriented interactive game area) and landscaped courtyards (with statues in remembrance of Gene Autry and Michelle Carew).
Angels Stadium is a pitcher’s ballpark. With regards to giving up runs, ESPN ranks Angels Stadium #27. As for actual runs scored per game for both teams in 2010, Angels Stadium ranked #23 with 7.91 total runs scored per game. Coors Field gave up the most runs per game at 10.59.
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