Park Factors for Thursday, Sep 29 BETA


Current weather and up-to-date park factors for all MLB games on Thu, Sep 29. Updated hourly until game-time, occasionally thereafter.

Turner Field -95


PHI at ATL, 7:10PM ET


Wind

14

sunny, 61°F
Moderate breeze left to right.
Later: sunny

U.S. Cellular Field +115


TB at CHW, 7:10PM ET


Wind

36

windy, 62°F
Near-gale left to right.
Later: scattered thunderstorms

Comerica Park -99


CLE at DET, 1:10PM ET


Wind

32

scattered thunderstorms, 61°F
Near-gale out to right corner.
Later: scattered thunderstorms

Kauffman Stadium -94


MIN at KC, 6:15PM ET


Wind

11

clear, 51°F
Gentle breeze in from left.
Later: sunny

Yankee Stadium +117


BOS at NYY, 7:05PM ET


Wind

25

breezy, 61°F
Strong breeze in from left.
Later: breezy

PNC Park -86


CHC at PIT, 7:05PM ET


Wind

14

showers, 61°F
Moderate breeze in from center.
Later: scattered thunderstorms

Petco Park -86


LAD at SD, 6:10PM ET


Wind

7

clear, 70°F
Light breeze straight in from center.
Later: mostly sunny

Safeco Field -85


OAK at SEA, 7:10PM ET


Wind

7

mostly cloudy, 50°F
Light breeze in from center.
Later: mostly cloudyRoof

AT&T Park -76


COL at SF, 7:15PM ET


Wind

18

partly cloudy, 55°F
Moderate breeze out to left-center.
Later: partly cloudy

Busch Stadium -90


CIN at STL, 6:15PM ET


Wind

18

sunny, 55°F
Moderate breeze left to right.
Later: partly cloudy

Rogers Center +112


BAL at TOR, 7:07PM ET


Wind

36

windy, 60°F
Near-gale out to left corner.
Later: rainRoof

Nationals Park -98


ARZ at WAS, 1:05PM ET


Wind

18

rain, 68°F
Moderate breeze in from center.
Later: scattered thunderstorms


Last update Thu at 9:05 ET.




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