Dodger Stadium

"Toaster oven"

Seat Review From Lower Reserve 40, Row E, Seat 9
Sep 2014


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 through the section was nice, but it wasn't nearly enough to combat getting toasted by the sun in my seat.
Aside from getting cooked, the views were nothing all too special. I was looking to the left most the time since the seats point at left center field rather than the infield, and while there weren't many obstructions to speak of, it was difficult to have the sun in your eyes and look through the shadows to the game during the late afternoon. Next time, its third base side all the way, where I can enjoy the game while avoiding the sun.

Best for... fans on a budget

Avoid if... you do not want a sun burn

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Could see all the ballballs I wanted"

      (Lower Reserve 44) -
    • "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 ...

    • "2 Stars"

      (Reserve 61) -

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