About the Seats
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 to the field, making it very hard to see the infield over the fans in front. I was constantly trying to move forward to try and watch the ball as it made its way to from the pitcher to home plate.
The seating angle was incredibly poor as well, as we were facing left center field rather than angled back towards the infield. This setup causes you to turn your head a ton to the left to watch the pitchers mound and batters box, which ultimately resulted in a really stiff upper back the next day after the game.
Luckily we got some cloud cover during the second half of the extra innings game, otherwise I would have been toast in spite of putting on sunscreen prior to the game (there is little relief in terms of shade here during day games).
Overall, I can't say I would recommend these seats to anyone given the incredibly uncomfortable seating setup and very difficult infield views....More
- being close to the action
- you want to watch the game
- you're bringing the family
- you don't want a sun burn