Some of the best seats in the park. Right to the 3rd base side of homeplate. Just high enough that you get a great perspective of the infield, but still close enough to hear the players talk. Fantastic. All the good concessions are right behind these seats too, as is a one of the entrance gates, so coming/going is a breeze.
These were fun seats close to the field. My son even got a ball tossed up to him by Toronto's left fielder. We were right next to the 3rd base foul pole. They were bleacher seats, but with seat backs - not uncomfortable at all. The only downer for me were the obnoxious drunks behind us, swearing and spitting sun flower seeds all over everything. Overall I'd sit here again in a minute.
I am 5'2" and I could not see over the guard railing neither could my children. I would not recomend these seats to shorter people or families with kids. You could see the feild if you leaned over the railing.The seats are directly in the sun.
Mixed bag-- mostly positive. Seats are in direct sun for day games and anywhere until 4th-6th inning for midsummer eve/night games. Middling-low probability for foul balls-- one came two seats away on a bounce once. But be alert, as there is usually at least one foul ball a game within a section's width of the seats. Good view, particularly of middle infield and left fielder. But you will miss stuff going into the left field corner.
Direct view is just behind first base-- only a slight pivot to right gets battery view. Regular vendor route and you're on the aisle. Downside is when they stop nearby for transactions your view of the pitcher and batter is obstructed; it happens at least once a game. Similar situation with rude/clueless fans moving in aisles/rows during action. Close to a main, basic concession stand and a men's restroom at the main concourse level. A few specialty concessions are within three sections of 125. Section is in a nice midway location between Gate 14 and the turn to the leftfield (near the light rail stop).
These seats were fantastic. Right next to visitor's dugout. We got autographs before the game and some great pictures during the game. Only negative was the number of people who hang out in this row before the game looking for autographs, but the stadium staff was pretty good at checking tickets and clearing people out. I would definitely go back.
"Second level behind home plate."Best view in he ball park!
"Choose outfield seats over infield seats in the upper deck if you are on a budget."For a few bucks less than upper deck infield seats, outfield-dwelling patrons feel right on top of the action.
"There's not really a bad seat in the house."Great site lines, and no more Dome muffle. This is also one of the closest seating stadiums that I have visited.
"Left Field Seats See the Most Sunshine"Shaded seats at Target Field are fairly easy to come by. Home plate faces east, meaning that the sun will set almost directly behind home plate. Seats directly behind home plate and closest to home plate (infield) -- especially down the first base line -- will see shade first. Left and center field seats will remain in the sun for the longest period of time. An impressive overhang covering nearly half of the Upper Deck keeps many of the higher numbered rows (5+) covered even during afternoon games.
"Sections 310 and 311 are Family Sections"No alcohol is allowed in these sections. And each ticket comes with a voucher for a free hot dog and soda. With a near-home-plate view and food included, this is the best deal for fans and families who are not looking to drink or be around intoxicated fans.
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