About Chase Field: It’s hard for a ballpark to be considered more hitter-friendly than Coors Field, but Chase Field might be as close as it gets. Though altitude isn’t much of a factor (1,061 feet), the dry desert air helps balls fly through this stadium featuring a retractable roof and swimming pool in right-center field. ESPN’s Park Factor ranked Chase Field as the third-most hitter-friendly park in baseball this season behind Globe Life Park in Arlington and Coors Field, when it comes to runs scored. For home runs, it ranks fourth — one spot ahead of Coors (Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia was No. 1). Chase Field’s dimensions, from left field to right, are: 330 feet (7 1/2-foot wall), 376 (7 1/2), 407 (25), 376 (7 1/2), 335 (7 1/2).