Comerica Park

"Obstructed View"

Seat Review From Section 119, Row 2, Seat 15
Sep 2014


Seats 15 and 16 are on the aisle next to the visitor dugout and would seem to be the perfect seats...until you realize that you cannot see the batter or catcher from the seat. The green padded railing on the dugout blocks the view. While you can see the rest of the infield and outfield just fine, you can only watch the pitcher and then crane your neck to try to glimpse the batter and his swing. I would say that the five seats on this row closest to the dugout suffer from this obstructed view.

It ruined it for us, so we went to Guest Services and they gave us some seats up higher so that we could see the game.

On the plus side, though, these were great seats for pre-game autograph seeking.

Avoid if... you want to watch the game

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    Obstructed View

    Sep 2014

    Section 119, Row 2, Seat 16

    You cannot see the batter or catcher from these seats. The padded railing on the visitor dugout forces you to crane your neck to try to get a glimpse of what is going on at home plate. The rest of the infield view is great, so it's a shame that the railing blocks the view from these seats.

    • "5 rows behind dugout "

      (Section 133) -
    • "Awesome view with few distractions"

      (Section 118) - -

      Great seats! Could see everything and had several opportunities to catch foul balls or catch a ball thrown from players. Being so close made for no distractions so you can enjoy the game, but were far enough back so that you won't miss a thing! You are sitting looking straight at the huge score boar...

    • "Awesome seats!"

      (Section 127) - -

      Almost caught 3 foul balls.

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