Wrigley Field

"Can't See 2nd Base"

Seat Review From Section 204, Row 29, Seat 108
Oct 2017

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The view of the plate is unobstructed, looking in between 2 columns. 2nd base is hidden behind the column in section 204. The left field corner is hidden. The upper deck hides fly balls so judging the distance of hits is hard. The view of the left field scoreboard is blocked by the upper deck overhang. Exit after the game is very quick using the stairs behind the section which lead right to the left field exit.

Best for... fans on a budget, being in the shade

Avoid if... you consider yourself "Big and Tall"

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    Get Out Your Telescope

    Apr 2019

    Section 204, Row 32, Seat 16

    These are the newest seats at Wrigley Field. Before these would have been located outside the stadium. Now they're still basically outside the stadium with a Birdseye view. Only buy these it they're the lowest price possible.

    Not bad for down the line

    Jun 2019

    Section 204, Row 28, Seat 1

    I was way in left field down the 3rd base line. The view was actually decent and there was a bar right behind my section that was easy to access being in the upper rows.

    Not bad for down the line

    Jun 2019

    Section 204, Row 28, Seat 1

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