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Miami Marlins Promenade Level Infield Seating

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Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

The Promenade Level Infield seats keep you close to the action and are still expensive, but certainly more affordable that the premium sections that line the backstop and infield walls.

The Clubhouse Box seats in sections 19-21 will get you just behind the Marlin's dugout, and the same can be said for sections 8-10 behind the visitors dugout. Seats behind home plate are also referred to as the Home Plate Box, while further down the base lines is where you will find the Base Reserved seats.

Seats on the first base side will see good shade during the day even with the retractable roof open.   - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Nearly the best seats for this field"

      (Section 11) - -

      The batter and pitcher is awesome to see from here. You can see all of the field very well and the infield extremely well.

    • "Great seats behind home plate "

      (Section 17) - -

      Close to the field, behind home plate and comfortable. It is a bit of a walk to get up and down stairs and you have to watch through the net. But really, it's hard to complain much about these.

    • "View is very good!"

      (Section 7) - -

      I loved the view from this seat! Very good visibility of the entire field and not too many stairs to go up to get to the bathroom.

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