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Guaranteed Rate Field Outfield Reserved Seating

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Reserved seating in the outfield comes with quick access to the 100 level outfield concourse. The concourse includes the famous shower in center-field and well-stocked beer stands in left and right-field. The White Sox bullpen is in front of sections 157-158,, while the visitor's warm up near 104 and 105.

Beware of seats in 157-159 for afternoon games. These sections see more sun than anywhere else in the entire stadium. Because the bullpens are in the best home run areas, the best chance to catch a home run ball at a White Sox game is in section 159 for right-handed batters and 103 for lefties.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Limited View of Center Field"

      (Section 102) - -

      Difficult to see the action in deep center field based on the angle of the seats. Bathroom lines can get a bit crowded at times.

    • "Right Behind the Foul Pole!"

      (Section 157) - -

      If you're sitting in Section 157, you might want to avoid aisle seats. Seat 1 on the right aisle is directly behind the foul pole! You can see nearly all of the field, but you can't see any of home plate! Super annoying! You can try and look around the pole, but that gets old real quick. Besides ...

    • "Good view of field overall, but the sun could be a problem"

      (Section 100) - -

      In these seats you can see the entire field with no obstruction. However, at times the sun can be in your eyes, and can be annoying even with sunglasses. But overall, I would buy these seats again!

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