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Wright Not a Fan of Citi Field
Posted by Matt Pignataro
Yesterday, Chipper Jones appeared on Cal Ripken Jr.'s show "Ripken Baseball" on SIRIUS XM Radio. One of the topics Jones discussed was about Citi Field, saying:
"It is the biggest park that I have ever played in in my life... You know, I actually feel sort of sorry for some of the guys out there because their power numbers are really going to take a hit; guys like David Wright, Beltran, Delgado. The days of them hitting 35, 40 homers - they're over. I juiced the ball just right of center field as hard as the good Lord can let me hit a ball, and it hit midways up the center field wall for a double; and every time there was a long fly out or a double that hit off the wall or something, David Wright would run by me and go, 'Nice park.' He's a little frustrated with it, but on the flip side of that, you got a guy like Jose Reyes who's liable to hit, in a healthy year, 25, 30 triples in that ballpark because if you split a gap you can run forever."
According to the site hittrackeronline.com, there has been an average of 1.46 homeruns a game at Citi Field by both the Mets and the visiting team, which ranks Citi Field 12 out of 16 NL parks.
I don't know if the players are still getting accustom to the ballpark or its just that hard to hit one out, but by the looks of it, you really got to get a hold of one to hit one out.
I would like to see them cut the left field wall in half to have a true traditional ballpark and to have those line drive homeruns just like at Shea. Highly unlikely though... instead they are going to have to build a team around the park.