Dodger Stadium

"Bring six pairs of sunglasses"

Seat Review From Lower Reserve 60, Row A, Seat 15
Aug 2014


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 was a distraction in these seats.

As the game gets going, you realize that the sun finally sets over the stadium and no one else sits around here, so you can move up a few rows. But for a sold-out game, you're gonna want to buy tickets in a higher row. Row A should be avoided.

One cool factor is the visitor bullpen below you.

Best for... fans on a budget

Avoid if... you want to watch the game, you do not want a sun burn

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Incredibly cramped"

      (Lower Reserve 39) - -

      Legroom is nothing but terrible in these front row seats on the Reserve level. I'm six feet tall and it was a very tight fit, which gets even worse with the cup holders mounted on the railing just in front of the seats. Having a cramped seat is one thing, but adding in a partially obstructed view ...

    • "Could see all the ballballs I wanted"

      (Lower Reserve 44) -
    • "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...

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