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Best Seats for Great Views of the Field at Comerica Park

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When searching for great views of a Tigers game at Comerica Park, you will generally want to stay as close as you can to the middle of the infield. You won't find many remarkable views beyond the outfield wall, and as the inner seating bowl at Comerica Park is comprised of two main tiers, the very best options will be located on the lower 100 level.

Among the best seats for watching a Tigers game will be in the upper rows of the sections nearest to the dugouts. Sections 132-134 keep you closer to the Tigers dugout on the third base side, while sections 121-123 are near the visitors dugout on the first base side. You could get closer to home plate with a seat in section 124 or 131, but from these two areas you will have to look through the protective netting to watch the batters box. The lower rows are certainly impressive being so close, however we prefer the upper rows here (26 and higher) for a better viewing height and quicker trips between the concourse and the seats.

The truest of baseball fans will often comment about the incredible views from behind home plate, thanks to the unique ability to follow pitches as they break cross the plate and the way which hits appear to explode off the bat. You can experience this same excitement when sitting in the upper rows of sections 126-129 at Comerica Park, which also gives you clear sight lines to just about every area in the ballpark. The lowest rows here are very shallow to the field level, so we recommend opting for seats in rows 20 and higher to have a much better height for following the action and additional clearance over fans in front.

For a cheaper option with good views on the lower level of Comerica Park, we recommend searching down the left field line in rows 26-35 of sections 114 and 115. These are the first sections which begin to angle back towards the outer edges of the infield, providing good sight lines to the majority of the action. These seats will see a good amount of sun during the early innings of a day game, but will get the sun to their back much sooner than fans down the left field line. The higher rows here (37+) get better overhead coverage, but have an additional railing in front of row 37 and at the sides of the seating rows which can be distracting.

Should the budget restrict your search to one of Comerica's upper seating tiers (200 and 300 levels), you can still find affordable seats with decent views down the first base line. Stick with seats in the lower portion (lettered rows), as seats in the upper portion begin to have a birds eye view and more railings and safety glass to compete with. Rows B-F in sections 321-323 are very good options, with excellent angles to the infield and videoboard, and also provide a padded seat. Further down the line, consider rows B-F in sections 217-218 which also have good angles to the infield, and actually sit lower to the field than the neighboring 300 level sections closer to home plate. Taller fans can roll the dice with seats in Row A (first row), but with a railing at the front of the section, it is safer to opt with lettered rows B and higher.

If you noticed the Tigers Den and Terrace seating sections as being omitted from our recommendations, it is not an indictment on the quality of these seats. They offer the most comfortable and convenient seating options in Comerica Park, and are also great places to find shade for a Tigers game. However as the Tigers Den and Terrace seats are so unique (personal tables, smaller seating areas) and are known to have a plethora of railings (in front of almost every seat), they are a better choice for fans who prefer a relaxing outing over an optimal viewing experience at Comerica.  - RateYourSeats.com

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Rows 20-35 in Sections 126, 127, 128 and more

Amazing straight away views from behind home plate

Better elevation in the back half of the sections

Impressive sight lines to the batters box and on deck circles

Rows 26-35 in Sections 121, 122, 123 and more

Beyond the netting for clear views to home plate

Impressive proximity to dugouts with excellent seating angle facing the infield

Good viewing height and within 10 rows of the concourse entryway

Rows 26-35 in Sections 114 and 115

Seats nicely angled toward the infield

More affordable lower level option

Good sight lines to the the videoboard above left center

Rows B-F in Sections 217 and 218

Affordable option with good viewing angles to the back of the infield

Lower and closer to the field than comparable options down the third base line

Straight away views of the videoboard

Rows B-F in Sections 321, 322 and 323

Very good viewing angles to the heart of the infield

Excellent alignment with the left field videoboard

Comfortable padded seats keep you focused on the game

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