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0 #2 Arthur 2013-04-15 03:13
I usually buy my Red Sox tickets in either sections 35 or 36. They're both right-center bleacher seats, behind both team's bullpens. You can usually get these seats for a decent price and you have a great view of the whole outfield. The only time you can't see is when the ball is hit into the triangle. My wife got us tickets in section 35 for the April 19th game against the Texas Rangers for my birthday. Always a great gift by the way! : )

The bullpen area is known as 'Williamsburg' named after Red Sox great Ted Williams.
0 #1 James 2011-11-05 07:06
Section 36 sits in almost dead center field. There are 30 rows in this section, the rows are numbered 1-30. Have sat here many times, most recently for a Rays game this past season. Paid $180 for two tickets in row 20, seats 3 and 4. These are bleacher seats. Lots of loud, drunk and rowdy Red Sox fans that cheer loud for their team and curse the gray and navy.
True fans here, no obstructions like you will find all over this stadium but no view of the green monster. Sad story...

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