Where to sit in every MLB ballpark if you want to catch a home run

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Modern Major League Baseball (MLB) is built on data. In particular, the study and measurement of in-game baseball statistics, or Sabermetrics, can tell coaches such things as where a particular player is likely to hit a ball. Can it also show fans where a ball is likely to land?

A study by SeatGeek — in collaboration with ESPN — does just that: it combines seat locations with where home run balls land to determine where fans should sit if they want to catch a home run ball.

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