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0 #2 Nathan 2013-08-05 18:00
I sat here with my two sons earlier in June for the Pittsburgh Pirates series. At that time, the Angels were leading the American League in attendance and I was still able to find tickets in row U for $15 a piece. Not sure how they're doing in attendance now that they're way out of the playoff race. Anyway, Row U was near the top, the double lettered rows are the last rows in the section but the view still seemed to be pretty good from there even walking down.
The ushers are polite out there. This is a great spot to catch a home run ball, I've seen quiet a few home runs hit out here both on tv and at the Angels games I've attended myself. Quiet a few are also hit near the Angels bullpen in left field.

You can often find tickets in section 238 and the other right field mvp seats for $5-$10 if it's a weeknight game. If the Yankees or Red Sox are in town, different story. So if you can find tickets online for these seats, you should have no business opting for the view level where your experience will be less than stellar.
I like sitting in the outfield area because the concourses are much less crowded and it's easier to move freely without the traffic jams. If you enter through gate 6, you'll be right outside of your seats which will also make for a quick exit to the parking lot. Parking is usually $10 which is great but it takes forever to get out. I try to take the Metrolink Orange whenever I can.
0 #1 John M 2013-07-29 05:56
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 238, here is a Youtube video shot from there during an Angels/Colorado Rockies game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.

www.youtube.com/.../

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