"I pretty much try to avoid any seats in LF for a 7:05 game."
You might be able to see by the third inning.
"The area from the RF corner down to home plate and to 3B offer the best relief from sun and heat."
Depending on when you go it can be pretty hot and sun in your face in left field and down the third base line.
"Upper deck between 1st and 3rd base, ideally right behind home plate."
Some of the cheapest seats available and a GREAT view of everything. I have money to drop on lowers but prefer those higher ones.
" I dont' like right field because unless you're right on the wall."
You can't see part of right field and part of center.
"Seats on First Base Side Will See Most Shade at Comerica Park"
Home plate faces Southeast, so the sun will be at your back if you choose seats on the 1B side of the field. Even during hot afternoon games, the last ten rows of sections 112-117 are protected from the sun by the Mezzanine above. The LF pavilion is a nightmare for fans who wish to stay out of the sun. When the sun is going down during evening games, you will be looking right into it to see home plate. The overhang in the Upper Level offers little protection because of how small it is and the angle it is on.
"Upper Deck Club Seats Are Padded and Wider"
The Club seats in the upper level (Rows 1-5 of Sections 321-333) are padded and wider than regular seats. However, they DO NOT come with special privileges like access to the Tiger Club or Lounge