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VLR
VLR says:
6/14/2011 2:50 PM
Angel Stadium – Anaheim

1B to LF (S – N)

AT&T Park – San Francisco

Home to Center (W – E)

Busch Std III – St. Louis

Home to Center (SW – NE)

Chase Field – Phoenix

Home to Center (S – N)

Citi Field – Queens

Home to Center (SSW – NNE)

Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia

Home to Center (S – N)

Comerica Park – Detroit

Home to Center (NNW – SSE)

Coors Field – Denver

Home to Center (S – N)

Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles

Home to Center (S – N)

Dolphins Stadium – Miami

Home to Center (W – E)

Fenway Park – Boston

1B to LF (S – N)

Great American Ballpark – Cincinnati

3B to RF (N – S)

Jacobs Field – Cleveland

Home to Center (SW – NE)

Kauffman Stadium – Kansas City

Home to Center (SW – NE)

Miller Park – Milwaukee

3B to RF (N – S)

Minute Maid Park – Houston

Home to Center (SE – NW)

Nationals Park - Washington DC

Home to Center (SW - NE)

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum – Oakland

Home to Center (SW – NE)

Oriole Park – Baltimore

Home to Center (S – N)

Petco Park – San Diego

Home to Center (S-N)

PNC Park – Pittsburgh

3B to RF (N - S)

Rangers Ballpark – Arlington, TX

3B to RF (N – S)

Rogers Centre – Toronto

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VLR
VLR says:
4/06/2011 4:51 PM
Tim Welke is a well known over-type umpire, 37-24 to the over in the past two seasons. Mike Reilly is 38-24 and Jim Reynolds is 36-21 to the over during that same timeframe. On the other end of the spectrum, we’ve got a well-known under umps like Doug Eddings - more unders than overs in every year since 2004, including a 20-10 mark to the under last year. The wiseguys hammer just about every John Hirschbeck game under the total. His 27-year track record of consistent unders is truly remarkable.