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0 #4 John M 2013-04-30 05:44
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 111, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Reds/Detroit Tigers game at Great American Ballpark.

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0 #3 Michael W 2011-07-18 05:35
These seats were amazing. Just a few rows from the field, positioned within a few feet of the Ball Boy that sits on the edge of the field throughout the game - a great place to get tossed a foul ball or two. These seats are also ideal for watching batting practice and pre-game warm-ups. During the mid summer, the sun sets behind you so seats in left field are good for not having the sun right in your face or on the back of your neck. Wonderful experience here. TIP: bring a glove, sharp line-drive foul balls are a good possibility here.
0 #2 Vince 2010-11-14 07:23
I sat in row O, seat 6 on July 19th, 2006 when the New York Mets made their way to Cincinnati. Seats are on the third baseline so I enjoyed seeing David Wright up close. Experience a two hour rain delay at this game, so only spent two innings in these seats. After the delay, most people had left so we moved to front row seats on the third baseline. Face value for these seats in 2006 were $30.00. I prefer to sit in other sections of the ballpark, but you might enjoy it here.
+1 #1 Vince 2010-11-14 07:20
I sat in row Q, seat 13 on April 22nd, 2007 when the Philadelphia Phillies came to Cincinnati. Seats are located along the third baseline and are called field boxes. The closer to the field the better, offers a great view of the infield. Face value for these seats in 2007 was $32.00, I am almost certain they have gone up in price. The first and third baselines offer the best concessions in my opinion, so you have that going for you. I enjoyed the game, but have sat all over Great American BallPark and I just did not care too much for these seats. Especially for the price that they ask you to pay.

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