This seat was pretty good your in the shade most of the time which is nice if its hot and you can see the entire field and players pretty clearly the problem is its not good for taking pictures and its in the middle of a row but its very close to the bathroom
I had never sat in the outfield before this, and it was life changing!! Usually I sit field level by the 3rd base line, but sitting in section 130 helped me see so much better. I felt so much more focused on what was happening. I could see the pitches being thrown, and the fielders reacting so much better. The only problem I had with the seats was that it was a day game and the first couple rows aren't under the shade, so I got a little burned, but it didn't ruin my experience.
"Best overall view in Section 102, Row 15, Seats 1-2."You're right behind home plate and high enough to get a good view of the whole park. As an added bonus, you have aisle seats so it's easy entry and exit for bathroom and food breaks.
"Sections 129-137 offer a lot of sun."Make sure to bring the sunscreen if you head to the right field seats, as there is little reprieve from the rays on a summer day.
"Sections 227 to 235 can get windy."If it is a windy day, there's a good chance you'll feel like an extra in the movie Twister as high gales and debris can swirl around you.
"Third Base Seats Get Shade First at Petco Park"In sunny San Diego, seats on the third base side of the field will get the shade first and have the sun behind them during late afternoon and evening games. In particular, the 200 level seats on the third base side and the second tier of lower level 100 seats on that side are very good for shade. Similarly, the second tier of Sections 111-119 are well-shaded. All Right Field seats -- especially on the 200 level -- are not good for finding shade, nor are seats far down the first base line in the upper deck.