More affordable than the infield portion of the Club Box level, the Club Box Outfield seats provide another option for staying close to the field running down the first and third base lines. Aisles (also known as sections at Wrigley) down the third base line are closer to the Cubs dugout, while the first base line seats are a better option for the visiting fan.
Fans lucky enough to sit in the first few rows of Aisles 6-8 will find themselves in the closest seating area to the Cubs bullpen and have a very impressive view of the relief pitchers and bullpen catchers as they warm up. On the right field side, Aisles 36-38 are located directly behind the visitor bullpen, offering similar impressive views of the warm up activities.
The aisles here are small with most containing just 10 numbered rows of seating, however there are a handful which contain three additional lettered rows of seating at the very front (Aisles 9-10 and 33-34). Entry tunnels are not available for each aisle, and fans closest to the outfield will be left with some of the shortest walks to the concourse thanks to tunnels located just above Aisles 4-6 on the third base side, and 35-36 on the first base side.
Aside from the Bleachers, these seats are among some of the most exposed to the sun and weather, especially down the right field line where you'll have plenty of sun at your face during a day game.