Turner Field

"So close to the field!"

Seat Review From Section 125, Row 11, Seats 104-109
Sep 2013

Comments

These were great seats, so close to the outfielder in right field! Definitely take your glove, this is foul ball territory! The only complaint was that there is not much slope/incline to this lower section, so we had to look through tall people's heads to see first base. (Especially hard for my 6-yr-old to see.) Next time we'll try for a few rows higher, but stay on this lower level. Great proximity to food, restrooms and beer stands. (More options above on main level than on lower level, which just meant an extra set of stairs, no biggie.) There is no shade (but we were at a late game and had unseasonably pleasant temps, so not a bother that night.)

Best for... watching the game, being close to the action, fans on a budget, catching a foul ball

Avoid if... you don't want a sun burn

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Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Good for batting practice !"

    (Section 126) - -

    These seats are great if you would like to see the players up-close when they are in the outfield shagging balls in BP. Easier to get a ball from a player here than in outfield bleachers! View of home plate is a little problematic for lower rows, but higher should be ok! Almost always in the shade v...

  • "Warm but definately part of the action"

    (Section 119) - -

    I was lucky that it was mostly overcast the whole game otherwise it would have been too hot. Next time I'll get something in the shade and an isle. Got a great view of Uggla's stab grab and Heywards diving catch.

  • "Perfect for fouls"

    (Section 122) -
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