Angel Stadium

"Don't sit in Row A!"

Seat Review From Section 413, Row A, Seat 2
Aug 2014

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The railing is just brutal! Don't sit in Row A even if they're free! And if you have Row A seats, don't try giving them away -- someone might sue you for the back problems they're sure to get here.

You've got about a ten inch window to see between the railings. In order to get that view, you have to hunch down and learn forward. But be careful -- as soon as a ball is hit and you start tracking it, you have to re-adjust your view through the "window".

There's nothing really more to say about these seats other than to be careful walking down the stairs. While it's only ten rows down to Row A, it's about 20 stairs of mis-matching heights just waiting for you to stumble. Do yourself a huge favor and avoid the lower rows of the 400s altogether. You'll be happy you did.

Avoid if... you want to watch the game, climbing stairs is difficult

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