Nationals Park

Washington Nationals Outfield Reserve Seating

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Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

The best seats for a baseball game depend on your priorities. If you want an opportunity to catch a home run ball, outfield reserve seats are where you should be. Located just beyond the outfield walls and in prime home run ball territory. These seats are also the home of the Center Field Lounge and Center Field Reserved seating areas (located in section 100) which provide fans with a unique viewing experience and close proximity to the Red Porch Restaurant.

Sections 101 and 102 out in left field are located directly behind the visitors bullpen, while sections 138 and 139 are directly next to the Nationals bullpen in right field.

Seats in left and center field will see the sun throughout most of the day, but fans looking for a bit more relief will want to be in the higher rows of right field sections 138-142 where the seating deck above provides good overhead coverage as well as shade during the early portions of a mid day game.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "More seating room than anywhere for the money."

      (Section 141) - -

      These are seats at the end of the section designed for disabled. Great seats. Very roomy, easy to get in an out of, and covered from the sun/rain.

    • "Great seats!"

      (Section 141) - -

      These are set up for disabled customers but offer the best legroom in the park and the ability to get up and go to the concession stands or facilities at any time.

    • "Started in shade, ended in sun"

      (Section 139) - -

      These seats were advertised as shaded seats but by the end of the game, they were in the sun. The game started at 1:05 PM. I would have appreciated an indication of the degree of shadiness during the entire game.

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