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Section 160 at Busch Stadium


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Section 160 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 160 are labeled E-K, 1-18, WC, 20-33
  • There is a walkway betweeen Rows K and 1
  • There is a walkway betweeen Rows WC and 20
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row WC

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  • Section 160 Reviews

    Comfortable, but far from concessions

    Sep 2014

    Section 160, Row 33, Seat 8

    These seats offered really nice protection from the sun - especially during a day game in early September. Good choice when there is a threat of rain, too as the seats are fully covered. The view of the field is pretty good. The overhang does get in the way a little bit on popups, but they have TVs there for you to catch up. I've seen much more obstructed views without TVs, so that was a nice touch. Seats are in the last row of a loooong row of seats. Between the shade and a slight breeze blowing through this row, they were quite comfortable. The one thing holding these seats back is how far they are from concessions. Like I said, you're in the last row and the concourse is right behind you. However, a fence prohibits you from being a step away. Instead, you have to walk down multiple sets of stairs and weave your way to the concourse. What a pain!

    • Field Level Outfield


      Field Level Outfield seats are located on the lowest tier of Busch stadium, between the corner bases and wrapping to the corners of the outfield walls. Most sections in this location are segmented into three distinct smaller sections. Upper portions are tucked up near the overhang of the 200 level and lower sections go right up to the field. Sections 127-140 are located on the first base side, with the higher numbered sections being closer to the Cardinals dugout. Closest to the field on this side will be the Dugout Box seats, followed by the 1st Base Field Box (closer to first base) or the Right Field Box (closer to right field). Sections 127-129 are the only sections located in fair territory on the right field side and provide a good opportunity to catch a home run ball. Not all sections on the right field side run up to the outfield wall, as sections 133 and 134 are further set back and do not extend all the way down to the field. On the left field side are sections 160-172, with the lower numbered sections being closer to the visitor's dugout and the infield. Closest to the field on this side will be the Dugout Box seats, followed by the 3rd Base Field Box or the Left Field Box depending on how close you are to third base.  Sections 170-172 are located in fair territory behind the left field wall and are a great place to sit for home run balls. Just above are the Left Field Porch sections which offer some of the best shade at Busch Stadium in the hot summer months. 

    • Recommended For Getting a Ball


      Excellent angle towards home plate and seeing foul balls off the bat. In sections 135-140, be alert for foul balls from right-handed batters. In sections 161-165, be alert for foul balls from left-handed batters

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Fair or foul? You decide"

      (Section 131) - -

      Directly down the right field line just four rows from the field. You actually can't see the pitcher from this specific seat, which will drive you mad. Cool experience at field level but that foul pole really is annoying in the lower rows.

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