Fenway Park

"Field level awesomeness"

Seat Review From Field Box 40, Row E
Jun 2016


Eight rows behind home plate. It's like being on the field. Unbelievable spot for a Red Sox game.

Sun is a bit hot here and the iverheqd screen means no balls are getting through. But I guess that's the sacrifice you make for sitting so close.

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

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

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    Great place to feel a part of the game.

    May 2014

    Field Box 40, Row A, Seats 1 and 2

    The seats were four rows back of the field and between home plate and the on-deck circle. It was the first time I've been close enough to hear every pitch hit the mitt and every hit crack. The Red Sox got pummeled, but the view was great, being just outside the edge of the protective netting. Only the view of third base was obstructed by the umpire and players at the plate, but otherwise a full field of view. Great way to see the players up close and also see the entire field.

    Front of sections 9-79 are behind the netting

    There is some amount of netting or screening in front of sections 9-79. The height and coverage of netting or screening will vary by section.

    • "Unbelievable Only 2 Rows Behind the Rangers Dugout"

      (Field Box 27) -
    • "San Francisco Giants at Boston Red Sox - Sep 17, 2019"

      (Field Box 43) -
    • "No obstructed views here!"

      (Field Box 28) - -

      Red Sox dugout? Check! Green Monster? Check! The screen ends right at this section, so you look through it to see home plate, but not when looking at the rest of the infield. Incredible views of first base. For a Red Sox, there's no way it gets any better than here.

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