I've never quite understood this logic. Wouldn't the away teams be just as affected by this as the home teams? I mean, they're conducive to someone winning; why not the home team? This seems like a lame excuse for your team sucking. Build a better team.
The folks who run the Reds know that the patience of their fans is running out, writes John Erardi.If the Reds are serious about reconstruction, here's the first thing they should do: Reconstruct the ballpark. Blow out the first 10 rows of seats in left and right field and make the place play bigger, for the benefit of pitching. As currently constructed, Cinergy Field is as conducive to winning as Coors Field was in the 1990s, before the humidor.
Am I wrong?