Dodger Stadium


Seat Review From Reserve 53, Row DD, Seat 20
Sep 2013


They were great seats

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    Corner comforts on the Reserve Level

    Sep 2014

    Reserve 53, Row HH, Seat 8

    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 coming through the seats every so often. To the right of my seat was a small one row aisle that lead up to the last row of the section (incredibly odd), which meant I had a ton of empty space to my right for extra legroom. The step on this mini aisle acted like a small table, which is great place to set food and drink while you watch the game. But for some reason, the speakers in center field seemed to bounce sound perfectly right to this area, making it incredibly loud when making announcements and playing music. I could easily think of worse places to sit in Dodger Stadium, but just don't expect great views from all this way in the corner.

    • "Bring six pairs of sunglasses"

      (Lower Reserve 60) - -

      And I don't even know if six pairs is enough. You are so blinded by the sun in the late afternoon that you're better off watching the game at home on a non-HDTV. Row A didn't make matters much better. The first row has less legroom and the railing is right in your face. Furthermore, the foul pole wa...

    • "Good"

      (Lower Reserve 48) -
    • "Toaster oven"

      (Lower Reserve 40) - -

      Building up a sweat while working out is great, but building up a sweat just sitting in a seat watching a baseball game? Not so much. That is pretty much what you can expect from sitting down near the right field foul pole on the reserve level of the stadium. The occasional breeze that came throu...

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