About the Seats
Seats are in the actual third row (there is a lettered row which is the front row). The first few rows in this section are very flat, which means a couple things: 1) You feel like you're right on top of the field and 2) You may have trouble seeing over larger people in front of you. The angle towards home plate is also poor and you have to contort your body to the right to keep your eyes on home plate.
There are a lot of foul balls hit on the ground towards these seats and if you're lucky you can hop down the stairs, reach over the railing and snag a ball. A young girl sitting in the actual front row got two balls during our game.
Despite this game being a sell-out, food and bathroom lines were reasonable - even between innings. The only issue is that you have to walk up about 30 rows to get to the concourse, so it's quite a hike. ...More
- watching the game
- bringing the family
- being close to the action
- impressing a guest
- catching a foul ball
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- Favorite Seats: Row 9 seats 3 and 4, section 150
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- Close to the field for half the price.
Section 153 tickets cost twice as much per game. In 154 you get a solid view down the line. A little far from the action but for the price it is well worth it.