Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium Reserve Level Down the Line Seating

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Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

As the highest of any seating option down the lines, you can expect to find some of the least desirable views in the sections nearest to the foul poles (also known as Preferred Reserve) in this upper level seating area. Staying closer to the infield (often referred to as the Infield Reserve) not only provides a better view of the game, but will also give you an easier viewing angle to the scoreboard in left field and the videoboard in right field.

Its important to note that the Reserve Level Down the Line seating options are also very exposed to the sun during most day games, with the only relief coming in the last 2-3 rows from a small overhanging roof.  - RateYourSeats.com

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    • "Don't sit above the entry tunnel"

      (Reserve 42) - -

      I was curious as to what it might be like to sit just above the entry tunnel to a section. Nobody sitting directly in-front of me so the view must be great, right? Well the that couldn't be more wrong. Mounted above the entry tunnel is an additional guard railing that seemed to be just inches aw...

    • "Awesome"

      (Reserve 53) - -

      They were great seats

    • "Corner comforts on the Reserve Level"

      (Reserve 53) - -

      These have to be some of the furthest views available at Dodger Stadium. Buried in the left field corner, the seats feel like they are sitting even higher than the top of the left field foul pole. So while they didn't offer much a view, it was a good place to find shade and even had a nice breeze ...

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