Dodger Stadium

"Bad angle to the field"

Seat Review From Section 40, Row B
Aug 2014

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Thirty feet from the field at Dodger Stadium - these seats ought to be amazing, right? Not so much. Unlike newer parks which angle their outfield seats to the infield, these seats stare at the outfield grass. You pretty much have to turn your head a full 90 degrees to see home plate. For a three hour game that becomes a bit stressful.

Higher rows in the same section are better, so are seats closer to the infield and on the loge level.

No relief from sun on a hot day.

Best for... being close to the action, impressing a guest, Catching a foul ball

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

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    Great relief from the sun!

    Aug 2014

    Section 40, Row U, Seat 7

    I'd take these seats over Row B in the same section any day of the week. Section 40 has an awful angle towards the infield, but being higher up means you can see more of the field without turning your head much. Better yet, the seats were fully covered and shaded -- when the seats two rows in front were scorching hot and bright. Concessions were super close and you barely have to walk down any steps to these seats. Overall, not a a bad find.

    • "Close, but sunny"

      (Section 44) - -

      Tons of legroom being in the first row. But you're almost too close to the field. The angle of these seats towards the infield is embarrassing and could lead to a nice strain on the neck since you have to look left all game. I just feel bad for the people in the closer rows who paid a lot more and h...

    • "Great seats"

      (Section 44) - -

      Love the view

    • "Amazing"

      (Section 51) - -

      Perfect seats, you can see everything.

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