"Aisle Seats in the Shade by 3pm"
Section 120, Row 13, Seat(s) 1,2 (aisle)
These tickets were purchased for a 3:00 game on a smoldering hot day in early June. Seats on the first base line are entirely shaded for nite games, but the same can't be said for day games. We showed up at about 2:15 and sections 20 and higher were in the shade. Every five minutes or so, the next low row would be in the shade. This particular row (13) was entirely in the shade by 3:00.
Food options nearby rival the best stadium food in any sporting venue. Polish sausages, loaded baked potatoes, mexican food, pizza, plenty of deserts - you name it - it's all close to this section.
You are very close to the field (and close to field level from a height perspective) in these seats. The only complaint is the angle towards home plate. You do have to contort your body to the left to see home plate. Seats 1 and 2 are on the aisle away from home plate (close to section 121 than 119).
Beware of foul balls in this section too.
"Perfect For Visiting Fans"
Section 128, Row 4
Section 128 has more than 30 rows, so there is a big difference between being in row 4 vs. row 30. If you do have a chance to sit in the 4th row, you won't be disappointed -- especially if you're cheering for the away team.
These seats are exactly eight feet behind the visiting team's on-deck circle and twenty feet from the visitor's dugout. That means you'll be able to hear dugout chatter and player interactions like you're on the team. In fact, one fan heckled a Rays player. The Rays player heard him loud and clear because he proceeded to hit a home run, come back to the dugout, point at the heckler and told him "That was for you."
You really couldn't ask for a better up-close view. Foul balls are almost improbably, but if you bring a kid, that bat boy will almost certainly give your kids AT LEAST one ball. A young boy seated in the first row walked away with no fewer than three balls.
These seats are expensive, but these are almost the baseball equivalent of courtside seats.
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