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0 #4 DWL 2016-10-08 13:13
10.7.16 Red Sox Playoff 138 Row GG Seat 5 Last row of lower deck. Easy to stand and not block others view. Far enough back to only see lower 1/3 of leftfield scoreboard. High flys not viewable. Seat in middle of row.
0 #3 Leigh 2016-06-05 05:30
Under no circumstances should you pay money to sit in Section 138, Row C, seats 9 or 10. Home plate, the batter, ump and catcher are all completely blocked from view by the visitor's dugout unless you lean way forward and cock your head to the side. Miserable experience.These seats should NOT exist as they are useless.

All other seats in this row are fine. In Row D, you want to be at least 5'5" tall to be able to see over the dugout from seats 9 and 10, but even then you'll deal with photographer's heads and you won't be able to see home plate or the catcher; just the batter.
0 #2 John M 2013-06-10 01:00
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 138, here is a Youtube video shot from there during an Indians game at Progressive Field.

www.youtube.com/.../
0 #1 Scott Hundley 2012-05-28 05:52
Great seats right next to the Indians dugout. Great chance to catch a glimpse of the players up close, especially the 1st baseman.
You will also want to stand outside of this section during batting practice, this is a great spot for autographs.

Overall, the stadium is beautiful and easily accessible from anywhere in downtown Cleveland. I love that both the basketball arena and the ballpark are next to each other.

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