Re: Reds affiliates and how their parks play?
Well, despite the fact that no one actually replied here, here is what I was able to find (and note, that these park factors only apply to the home park versus the other parks in the league):
The Arizona stadium depresses both hits and power to left field (power by a lot), while boosting power (by a lot) to right field and boosting hits.
Billings depresses hits by a ton to left field and power by a lot to left. Center field, at least this year, played slightly pitcher friendly. Right field didn't do much for hits in either direction, but strongly boosted power.
Dayton boosted hits in both corners, and while boosting power, it was very minimal. Center field however depressed hits but boosted power by a decent amount.
Bakersfield boosted hits a decent amount in left but only boosted power a little bit. Center field boosted hits quite a bit and really boosted power (it is only 354 feet to dead center with a 15 foot wall). Right field didn't do much for hits and boosted power by a very small amount.
Pensacola was interesting, given that there was no previous information. Pensacola in left field boosts power by very large amounts. Home runs were boosted by 102% compared to playing on the road. Left field did suppress hits by a bit. Right field also boosted power quite a bit, with home runs being up 33%. At least in 2012, Pensacola was very much a hitters park.
Louisville boosts hits a lot in left field, but does not boost power. Right field does nothing for hits, but suppresses power a little bit.