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GRANDSTAND DOWN THE LINE SEATING SeatScore™

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About These Seats

Grandstand seating down the line at Fenway is an inexpensive way to take in a game at Fenway. Because you are relatively far away from the field, the numerous poles of the grandstand come into play while looking towards the infield. As such, these seats are often cheaper than bleacher seats that are incredibly far away from home plate. Unlike those bleacher seats, you will be well-protected from the sun and rain and enjoy the same amenities as other fans seated at field level.

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Fan Ratings & Reviews

  • These are the worst seats I've ever had.

    Not only does a pole block her view of the batter, but fans are constantly moving in the aisles, further obstructing her sight lines.

  • Avoid the right side

    The beam at the right side of the row limits the view for seats furthest to the right in all the seating rows

  • Beam at the right

    Seats near the left aisle will have a difficult view due to the support beam. Seats near the right aisle are much better.

  • Clear views at Row 1

    If you can find a seat in Row 1, you'll have a clear and unobstructed view to the field

  • Right side has the better angle

    Most rows in Grandstand Section 3 have better views near the right aisle. If you sit near the left aisle, the beam at the left can impact your view of the infield.

  • Row 1 has the best views

    All seats in Row 1 have a clear view to the infield, but the higher rows have a to deal with the support beam obstructions.

  • Avoid the left side at all costs

    Views from the seats near the left side of the section are incredibly difficult as you have multiple beams blocking your view of the infield. Whenever possible, stick with the seats near the right aisle in Grandstand 4 for the best views in ...More

  • No relief from the beams

    The support beam to the left is down a few rows into the loge box, and a few seats in from the aisle creating difficult views from just about every row. Best place to be is probably the far left side of rows 4-10.

  • Difficult to avoid an obstructed view

    There is a beam about 7 seats in off the right aisle just in front of the first row, and more beams to the left as you look toward home plate. Best bet for a clear view is the far left seats in the lowest rows.

  • Beam in the middle

    A support beam is about 12 seats in off the right aisle just in front of the first row - almost right in the middle of the section. With more beams to the left of the section, views here are incredibly difficut as there is little relief from ...More

  • Stay low and left or high and right

    The beam in front of the first row creates some really difficult views in the seats near the right aisle in the lower rows. However, fans near the left aisle in the lower rows will have clear views of the infield, as well as those near the ...More

  • Very few seats with clear views of the infield

    A beam at the right side of the first row (about 5 seats in) makes for really difficult views of the infield in most rows. Best place to be is near the left aisle in Rows 4 through 8.

  • Unobstructed infield views from Rows 1 and 2

    Sitting near the front of Grandstand 10 (Rows 1 and 2) will get you clear, unobstructed views of the infield.

  • Seats to the right are best in Rows 3 and up

    When sitting in rows 3 and higher in Grandstand Section 10, stick to seats near the right aisle. Seats closer to the left side of the row will have obstructed views of the infield.

  • Better to be left and low

    The obnoxious support beam just in front of Row 1 and almost right in the middle of the row. Seats on the right side of the section will have the more difficult views, but if you can get a seat near the left aisle and in a low numbered row, ...More

  • Need to be either low row on the right, or high row on the left

    Given the position of the support beam, you either want to be at the very right side of the lower rows (1 through 3), or at the far left side of the higher rows (10 and above). Other seats in the section will have to deal with some form of ...More

  • Obstructed on the left side

    Staying in the first few seats off the right aisle in Rows 1-10 will provide a clear view into the infield.

  • Hard to avoid the low row beam to the right

    While one of the smaller Grandstand sections, the views of the infield are still very difficult from Grandstand 28 due to the beam at the left side of neighboring Grandstand 27. Seating doesn't begin until row 3 in this triangle shaped section, ...More

  • Infield views limited by the pillars

    Grandstand Section 29 seems to be at a perfect angle for keeping those pesky beams in your views of the infield. This is most noticeable near the left and right aisles, however if you can find a seat near the middle in any of the rows, you ...More

  • Excellent Grandstand viewing position

    With a section entry tunnel occupying the far right side of the first 6 rows, you can find some excellent unobstructed views of the infield from almost any seat in these lower rows of Grandstand 30. Avoid Row 3 as the far left seat is right ...More

  • Stay left for a clearer view of the infield

    Rows 7 and higher put you above the entry tunnel meaning you have the potential to be on the far right aisle where the views are incredibly difficult. Whenever possible, opt for seats closer to the left aisle but be sure to avoid the aisle ...More

  • Full views from the Grandstand

    The great thing about sitting in the lower rows (1 through 5) of Grandstand 31 is that it puts you to the left of the entry tunnel at the right side of the section. Therefore, the beam at the right is never an issue no matter what seat number ...More

  • Beam in the middle of the infield when sitting on the right side

    If sitting above the entry tunnel (Rows 7+) in Grandstand 31, you want to be sure to avoid the seats at the far right side of the section. These will have limited infield views due to the beam at the right side of the section. Seats closer ...More

  • Safe from obstruction near the front

    The front rows of Grandstand 32 are smaller than most in the section due to the entry tunnel taking up space at the right side. The biggest benefit to these smaller rows is that they are donít have any seats near the right aisle where the views ...More

  • Stick to the left half of the row

    Seats on the right half of Rows 7 and higher will have difficult views of the infield thanks to the support beam located at the right side of the section. But if you can get a seat closer to the left aisle, you can actually find some great ...More

  • Clear views from the first 2 rows

    At Rows 1 and 2 in Grandstand 33 you will be safely in front of any obstruction caused by the support pillar at the right (located at Row 2). Sit any higher and you do run the risk of any obstructed view from that right side pillar.

  • Not easy to find a clear infield view

    Grandstand 33 is a smaller section located right next to the monster in the left field corner, and unless you're in either Rows 1 or 2, you'll have a difficult time trying to find a clear view to the infield. Your best bet is stay either in ...More

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