Fenway Park

Fenway Park Field Level Down the Line Seating

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Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

Also known as Field Box seats, sections down each baseline at Field Level are wildly different on each side of the field.

On the third base side of the field, you will find sections that have a great angle towards home plate and that get ample shade during late afternoon and evening games. Compare these with seats down the first base line that are more exposed to the sun and offer poorer angles to home plate.

For more information about the benefits and amenities offered in these seats, please visit Club & Premium Seating - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Much better than expected"

      (Right Field Box 94) - -

      For being so far down the line, these are actually pretty good. Bad angle to home plate, but quality view of the outfield - especially RF.

    • "I'd Rather Sit Behind a Pole in the Grandstand"

      (Field Box 7) - -

      A week later I'm still sore from sitting in these seats. After a four and a half hour extra inning marathon, my back is sore from squirming to see and my tan shows no sign of disappearing. If you were to sit in your seat and look forward, you would look directly at the edge of the Green Monster. ...

    • "Difficult To Watch the Infield"

      (Field Box 7) - -

      When I walked into our entry tunnel, I was pretty excited to be sitting to so close to the field at Fenway Park and also thought we might have a pretty good chance at a foul ball from where we were. Sadly however, the seats turned out to be a big let down. Firstly, the seats are way too shallow ...

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