Wrigley Field

"Great View! No Support Obstructions"

Seat Review From Section 227, Row 5, Seats 16,17
Jul 2011

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Considering how late we shopped, we were fortunate to buy seats this good, under cover but not behind the supporting posts so we had no obstructions. Price was pretty good too. We traveled from Texas to see this game. Lived in Chicago 70-74 and Rockford until 83, went to many games at Wrigley Field. Always liked the Crosstown games.

Cubs needed help to avoid a sweep by Sox so we came to town to give that to them. Our presence was the difference because they knew we were there and gave us a win....Go Cubs!! Got a new field cap also!!

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    Shady

    Jun 2011

    Section 227, Row 14, Seats 100-104

    Good to stay out of sun and good for the face value.

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