Los Angeles Weather at Dodger Stadium
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This historic stadium was built by Dodger owner Walter O'Malley in Chavez Ravine, which overlooks downtown Los Angeles. It's known for its wavy rooftop and its subterranean foundation. The ballpark sits in a recessed bowl, so fans enter the stadium halfway up the stands.
Uniform dimensions, an above-average wall, and deep center field make Dodger Stadium one of the most pitcher-friendly parks in baseball. Dodger Stadium allowed 1.55 home runs per game in 2009, but has long played well for pitchers.
ESPN ranks Kauffman Stadium #23 offensively. In 2010, Kauffman Stadium surrendered a total of 8.12 runs per game for both teams (22nd highest in MLB). Coors Field surrendered the most runs (10.59).
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