When you make MLB picks, you need to bring all of the difficult factors into play. The smartest MLB bettors will consider every possible angle before they make their picks. One angle that you need to take into account is the ballpark where the game is being player. A ballpark will have a special impact on the total of the game. That’s because some ballparks play very large, while other parks play very small. You will need to price this into your picks before you make them.
Which stadiums are best for pitchers? If you are going to make MLB baseball picks on the under, then you might like to know this. Right now, San Diego is probably the best park for suppressing run scoring. Tampa Bay also has an extreme pitcher’s park. Minnesota has become well known for its large park, too. At night, San Francisco and the Los Angeles Dodgers have really good stadiums for pitchers.
When you want to make MLB picks on the over, then you will likely want those parks that are better for hitters. Coors Field in Colorado is a good hitter’s park. Cincinnati also has a park that plays well for hitters. Yankee Stadium and its small dimensions are very good for left-handed hitters. Remember this as you prepare to make your MLB picks. You don’t want to get stuck making a bad pick because you failed to account for this relatively simple handicapping factor.
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