Marlins Park

"Directly Behind Home Plate"

Seat Review From Section 14, Row 23
Aug 2016

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Five star seats all around. You really can't do much better than this. Directly behind home plate with elevation.

Higher row pushes you away from the field, but it also means you're covered and shaded when the roof is open. Also means that you're just a couple steps from the concourse. So it's very easy to get a snack in between innings and get back to your seat!

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