By Jon Weisman
This probably won’t shock you, but the Dodgers’ .949 OPS at Coors Field this year is their highest at any ballpark.
By comparison, the Dodgers have a .747 OPS at Dodger Stadium.
It will be interesting to see how Joc Pederson (1.417 OPS at Coors Field) does this weekend. You might recall that the center fielder homered in all four games the Dodgers played in Denver from June 1-3. Since then, Pederson has eight homers in 282 at-bats.
No other Dodger has homered more than once in the Dodgers’ first six games at Coors, but the team has a .402 on-base percentage and .548 slugging percentage there in 2015, with 24 extra-base hits and 31 walks.