Seat view from section 105 at Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers


#2 Galen C. 2013-05-18 23:44
A few things to remember about section 105: rows A-U are part of the regular grandstand with individual seats. Anything past row U are bleacher seats, so don't be under the impression that this entire area consist of bleachers because it doesn't.

-Home run balls are seldom in this section and in the ballpark overall because the outfield plays so deep. Now you understand why the outfield has to be speedy with guys like Austin Jackson and Torii Hunter.
If you have ever heard of any Tigers fans refer to the area: Kaline's corner, those seats are to the left of these.

-You can see the main scoreboard in left field very well from here but can't see any part of the beautiful Detroit skyline. Yes, I said Detroit and beautiful in the same sentence.
Overall, these seats are about $20 per ticket per game so if you hate them, you're not out too much money and can often move to better seats elsewhere. There aren't always ushers assigned to every section and they rarely check tickets. Comerica also has one of the best standing room areas in baseball beginning behind home plate. People are wild out there!
#1 John M 2013-05-15 06:22
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 105, here is a Youtube video shot from row A during a Tigers game at Comerica Park.

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