About the Seats
Row 4 is the first row in this section. Unfortunately, the first row in the upper deck comes with the railing. When you sit back comfortably, you're looking through the vertical bars of the railing. You could easily see the batter/pitcher exchange between bars, but once the ball was hit, your vision becomes distracted by the railing.
If you sit up a row or two, the railing won't be as much of an issue.
There were about 20 seats in the row, but the front row has a little more legroom than higher rows, so getting in and out isn't so hard. I did like being right at the stairs to go down to the concourse. But you do still have to walk down those stairs to get food and go to the bathroom. All 400 level sections require walking stairs.
We got to the ballpark at about 5:00 on a really hot day. But the sun was behind us and wasn't an issue at all. Good seats for being covered from the elements, too, as the roof extends over these seats.
Great arch view and a very friendly section overall! When sitting in the upper deck, I love sitting right behind home plate, just wish I sat a couple rows higher....More
- bringing the family
- you want to watch the game
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- Underrated seats.
You can see the action from a really good angle even though it is not particular close. Even though these seats are farther away, the angle is so good.
- Section 442 and 445 are good bargains
I think section 445, and to a slightly lesser extent, 442, provide a great view of the action - particularly at first base - for anyone looking for a bargain. My kids are always satisfied with these seats.