If a team wants to hit a home run, it had better be playing in a Buck O'Neil Division park as that league has the most chances. Led by Inwood's 'Fill and supported by parks in Virginia and Milan, there are a combined 54 chances out of 80 to get a ballpark home run. Slapping a single is also easiest on the grease-lined infields. It's not as easy as a home run but there are 39 chances out of 80.
If you have a scary rotation and are just hoping to survive, play against the Rick Vaughn Division, where the home run chances are 17 out of 80. You might get slapped to death, however, as that division is second only to Buck O'Neil teams in singles.
Team (Ballpark name): HR: L/R; SI: L/R CRASH DAVIS DIVISION Brussesls (The Vegetable Garden): HR:2/6; SI:2/6; Lakewood (The Pleasure Dome): HR: 9/12; SI:8; Spokane: (The Reservation): HR:12; SI:9; Yellowknife (Tundra Dome): HR:18; SI:14 ROY HOBBS DIVISION Cedar Rapids (Curt Flood Stadium): HR:4/6; SI:14/16; Casco Bay (Sockalexis Stadium): HR:9/6; SI:5 Louisville (Slugger Field): HR:8/7; SI:9; Prospect Park (Prospect Park): HR:14/18; SI:2; BUCK O'NEIL DIVISION Inwood (The 'Fill): HR:18; SI:18; Traverse City (The Cherry Dome): HR:6; SI:8; Milan (???????????): HR:15; SI:6; Virginia (Loudoun Field): HR:15; SI:7; RICK VAUGHN DIVISION Kansas City (Hook Echo Park): HR:2 ; SI:2; Kenmore (Walker Memorial Stadium): HR: 8; SI:8; Beechhurst (Baseball Stadium): HR:5; SI:10; Wichita (Sammy Khalifa Stadium): HR:2; SI:18;