Park Factors for Monday, Sep 1 BETA


Current weather and up-to-date park factors for all MLB games on Mon, Sep 1. Updated hourly until game-time, occasionally thereafter.

Last update Mon at 21:12 ET.

Turner Field -97


PHI at ATL, 1:10PM ET


Wind

5

mostly cloudy, 77°F
Light breeze out to left-center.
Later: mostly cloudy

Camden Yards +117


MIN at BAL, 1:35PM ET


Wind

0

partly cloudy, 82°F
Calm/light air in from left-center.
Later: partly cloudy

Wrigley Field +104


MLW at CHC, 1:20PM ET


Wind

13

partly cloudy, 79°F
Moderate breeze straight out to center.
Later: partly cloudy

Progressive Field -96


DET at CLE, 4:05PM ET


Wind

15

fair, 82°F
Moderate breeze straight out to center.
Later: fair

Coors Field +144


SF at COL, 2:10PM ET


Wind

5

partly cloudy, 77°F
Light breeze out to left.
Later: partly cloudy

Kauffman Stadium -95


TEX at KC, 7:10PM ET


Wind

3

cloudy, 79°F
Calm/light air left to right.
Later: cloudy

Dodger Stadium -97


WAS at LAD, 5:10PM ET


Wind

3

fair, 80°F
Calm/light air in from left.
Later: fair

New Marlins Ballpark -86


NYM at MIA, 1:10PM ET


Wind

12

partly cloudy, 85°F
Gentle breeze in from left.
Later: partly cloudy

Oakland Coliseum -86


SEA at OAK, 1:05PM ET


Wind

12

fair, 80°F
Gentle breeze out to right-center.
Later: fair

Petco Park -82


ARZ at SD, 1:10PM ET


Wind

7

partly cloudy, 73°F
Light breeze straight out to center.
Later: partly cloudy

Busch Stadium -88


PIT at STL, 1:15PM ET


Wind

5

thunder in the vicinity, 79°F
Light breeze right to left.
Later: thunder in the vicinity

Tropicana Field -85


BOS at TB, 1:10PM ET


Wind

13

light rain, 82°F
Moderate breeze in from center.
Later: light rainRoof




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