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0 #2 Jeremiah S. 2013-05-19 06:50
You'll be surprised to learn that there are actually three parts to this section and every section behind home plate. The first 13 rows are the "on deck circle" seats and anything after row 14 is just a regular infield box seat which is where I would imagine the majority of you will be sitting since there are more than 20 rows in that portion.

Now, here's where things get tricky. The standing room only ring separates the infield box seats from the Tiger's Den Seats. The Tigers Den portion of section 129 consists of rows A-G and all of those seats are wooden and the rows are kind of private, they have waiters that will bring you your food and beverage from a select menu. The Tigers Den seats are kind of underneath the overhang so it provides shade and is an ideal spot to sit for cloudy days but aside from that, I think those seats are pretty overrated.

If you've never been to Comerica Park, it's worth checking out. No, it doesn't have the nostalgia of Tiger Stadium but it's much more beautiful and capable of handling large crowds with ease. Although with only two levels of seating, I guess you wouldn't call Comerica a large ballpark exactly. But that makes for great sight lines so you won't be disappointed at all!
0 #1 John M 2013-05-15 06:24
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 129, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Tigers/Kansas City Royals game at Comerica Park.

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