From the outset we've suspected that YS2.5 might be a hitter's ballpark, but even we're a bit surprised by the 45 runs and 17 homers accumulated over 4 games, 2 of them exhibitions versus the Cubs and 2 more against the Tribe. Small sample? Yes. Still, it's a fairly overwhelming total, especially when coupled with the anecdotal reports about the ball carrying so easily to right field (6 homers in that direction today). Making the park bigger, if it should come to that–and we're along way from there—will not be easy. Also disturbing, word that the place, with its set-back upper deck and enlarged tea-and-crumpets sections down by the field, is a lot less loud than the previous park. But, you know, it's early.