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Traits of Fenway, Coors Factor In to Fall Classic

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Traits of Fenway, Coors Factor In to Fall Classic

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Traits of Fenway, Coors Factor In to Fall Classic

Traits of Fenway, Coors Factor In to Fall Classic

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During this World Series, baseball games are being played in two very different stadiums. Fenway Park in Boston is nearly a century old, while Coors Field in Denver opened in 1995.

Nate Silver, executive vice president of the Baseball Prospectus Web site, talks with Melissa Block about those differences and how they might affect the series.

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