Citi Field

"Up Against A Wall"

Seat Review From Section 128, Row 27, Seat 9
Jun 2016

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At Seat 9 I was right up against a wall in Section 128 Row 27. Views to the field were decently clear for the most part, although I could not see the visitors dugout or deep in the left field corner. So while the wall just to my right didn't terribly limit the view, it was still a bit distracting at times.

Getting in and out of the seat was tough as there was only one aisle to use, located to the left of Seat 1. The seats were just barely under cover from the deck above, however there was a good amount of shade throughout the mid June day game.

Best for... being in the shade

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