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Suggestion for the "# Parks" feature

 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:55 am    Post subject: Suggestion for the "# Parks" feature Reply with quote

Hi, it's great to see Hit Tracker back after a long off season, and I love the new number of parks feature, but I have a suggestion for expanding this feature:

How about making the number listed in each row of the table of homers clickable, and having this lead to another page that details exactly which parks the hit would and wouldn't have made it out of? If you do decide to do this, then perhaps it can look something like this:

For HRs which would have made it out of a particular park:

This home run would have cleared the fence at <Stadium> by X feet vertically, and would have landed Y feet beyond the fence.

For HRs which didn't have the distance to make it out of a particular park:

This home run would have landed X feet short of the fence at <Stadium>.

For HRs which had the distance but not the height to make it out of a particular park:

This home run would have hit the fence at <Stadium> X feet from the top.
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