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0 #2 Eli 2013-07-07 04:40
Section 100 was part of the Crawford Box seating area, a pretty overrated area of the ballpark if you ask me. It's great for home runs since the left side of the field is so short. It's very similar to the Green Monster in left field of Fenway Park; high up and not too deep into the outfield. Not nearly as high up as the Green Monster though.
Our seats in 100 were about six rows up. Couldn't see anything at the wall in left field. You actually can't see a lot of Minute Maid Park's features from these seats including the visitors bullpen which right next to these seats and down below. Couldn't see the train track up top, the out of town scoreboard or the outlying area of downtown Houston beyond the outfield walls. Good place to catch a home run ball during the game but I have to admit, these seats are a little average.
0 #1 Tyson 2011-11-09 07:42
If you can get in the first row of section 100, you will be blessed with an amazing view from a little higher up. This section is elevated so the field of play is way below you. If you sit in the later rows, you won't be able to see anything that happens on the warning track. Home runs frequent out here even though the wall is so high. Jumbotron is to your left, much more convenient when it sits in front of you. It's one of the biggest in the Majors although many ballparks make the claim to have the biggest (Yankee Stadium, Kauffman Stadium).

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