I was looking at his numbers after seeing Justin's piece on Butler this morning.
The big question: Can anyone explain why Butler hits so many more homers in Kansas City even though the park isn't exactly kind to homers?
A distribution of his hits, home and road:
206 singles (65.4%)
74 doubles (23.5%) - RHH 2B Park Factor: 106
1 triple (0.00%)
34 homers (10.8%) RHH 2B Park Factor: 85
185 singles (67.3%)
67 doubles (24.4%)
2 triples (0.1%)
21 homers (7.6%)
Does anyone have any idea why Butler is hitting so many more home runs at home than on the road, given the park's park factor?