About the Seats
This was a Saturday night game with the White Sox in town, and there wasn't an empty seat to be found. This was especially true in the upper deck where the prices were relatively affordable for a weekend game.
I found the view to be very good. Despite being in the upper deck, I didn't feel like we were that far from the field. Being in a double-letter row is a different story. But I purposely chose row J because I knew the view should be OK and there wouldn't be many stairs to walk.
With the packed crowd, virtually no legroom and "healthy" individuals at the end of the aisle, it was a bit of a chore to get out of the row. But once you get out, you have one or two stairs to walk to the concourse. Concession selection and quality is not so good. If you get the blue cheese fries, ask em to go easy on the blue cheese. It was about an inch of goo before I got to the fries. Another tip: in the summertime, go with a small beer. I don't chug my beers at baseball games and the souvenir cup got warm quickly. ...More
- watching the game
- fans on a budget
- partying and socializing
- you consider yourself "Big" and "Tall"
- you don't want a sun burn