2003 HiMCM数模竞赛B题

2003 HiMCM数模竞赛B题

Problem B

How fair are major league baseball parks to the players?

Consider the following major league baseball parks: Atlanta Braves, Colorado Rockies, New York Yankees, California Angles, Minnesota Twins, and Florida Marlins.

Each field is in a different location and has different dimensions. Are all these parks "fair"? Determine how fair or unfair is each park. Determine the optimal baseball "setting" for major league baseball.

Outfield Dimensions Wall Height
Franchise Left field Left center Center
field
Right center Right
field
Left Field Center
Field
Right
Field
Area of Fair Ter
Angels 330 376 408 361 330 8 8 18 110,000
Braves 335 380 401 390 330 8 8 8 115,000
Rockies 347 390 415 375 350 8 8 14 117,000
Yankees 318 399 408 385 314 8 7 10 113,000
Twins 343 385 408 367 327 13 13 23 111,000
Marlins 330 385 404 385 345 8 8 8 115,000

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