The West Coast parks are notorious for the ball not carrying, be it the proximity to sea level, or low humidity, or whatever factor plays in the parks on the left coast. Yet, the genius architects build large gaps and death valley wall distances in a few places to ensure that the games are influenced by ballpark effects.
Then there is the Midwest, where the ball flies most of the year due to humidity or wind, so naturally the architects go to work and provide small dimensions.
It seems that this is exactly backwards to reduce ballpark effects to neutral, which would certainly make the game overall more enjoyable. I know there are some that think ballpark effects add to the romance and uniqueness of the game, but I am annoyed by the disparities from one park to the next.
I'm sure Bud cares about my annoyance.