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0 #2 Beau 2013-06-10 23:51
Section 165 was an excellent choice of seating but I kind of knew it would be. If you are able to find tickets for rows A thru D, you'll be able to see into the Indians dugout during the game. Our seats were in row BB which come after row Z. Single lettered rows are closest the field...remember that.
Great section for autographs although my son was unable to get any, we got to our seats just as batting practice was ending. After that, the players are too primed for the game to sign autographs.
Keep your eyes peeled for the foul balls - their are signs near your seats to remind you of that as well.

The center field area is great for the old time Indian fans. It's called Heritage Park and Indians Hall of Fame. They have a bunch of plaques dedicated to former Indian greats like Kenny Lofton, Albert Belle, etc.
This is a big stadium, the upper deck has terrible views but the upper deck has been staying closed for a lot of games these days, especially during the week.
0 #1 John M 2013-06-10 05:15
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 165, here is a Youtube video shot from there during an Indians game at Progressive Field.

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