Below: Looking back at the Press Box, which is directly behind our seats. You’ll have a better seat than the reporters who cover the game! At most stadiums the press box is one deck up but here it’s at ground level. The radio booth where Jon Miller, Kruk and Kuip and Dave Flemming broadcast the games is 2 decks above and behind us.
Below: The advance scouts for other teams usually sit in our section, 2 to 8 rows in front of us, with their JUGS guns to time the pitchers. This scout was taking detailed notes between batters. You know you have a good view of the pitcher when the scouts are sitting only a few seats away!
Below: Looking towards the on-deck circle and down the left field line, as seen from our seats.
Our seats are located in the exclusive Field Club area, where you have your own private entrance, your own dining area with a wide range of food choices, a full bar, and even access to see the players as they walk through the tunnel from the clubhouse to the field. We’re directly behind the batter’s box, and in the middle between the two on deck circles.
Don’t Get Fooled: We occasionally see ads for seats in “Premium Lower Box” where the sellers are implying that these are the best available seats. “Premium Lower Box” seats are actually behind the Field Club area and farther away from home plate, and they don’t have access to the private dining areas and the clubhouse-to-field ramps used by the players. Field Club seat holders have exclusive access to these areas.
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