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0 #2 Michael Bradley 2013-08-01 03:33
I've been coming to Angels games for many seasons and 113 is the best I've had. I'm usually in either the left or right field pavilion for games but found a great deal online for a weeknight Angels game. They were playing the Seattle Mariners. These are called the MVP seats and they definitely make you feel like an MVP. Perfect perspective to see the pitcher's delivery to home plate. And what I really liked was not having any protective netting in front of my seats. Makes for clearer viewing.

There Angels use the dugout on the 3rd base side too. There are two jumbo trons in right/left center field, the one in right field is the biggest. The out of town scoreboard is in lower right field and will help you keep up with the Padres and Dodgers scores. You won't have much luck getting your cell phone to act correctly with so many fans in the stadium.

This is an old stadium that has aged well. Hard to believe it's the 4th oldest in the major Leagues. One thing I didn't know until recently was that you can have your hand stamped near the home plate gate if you want to come back later. Many other ballparks won't honor that but there isn't much outside of Angel Stadium that will cause you to want to leave. Unless you want to tailgate during an inning or so but even then, you won't be able to consume alcohol.
0 #1 John M 2013-07-29 03:57
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 113, here is a Youtube video shot from there during an Angels/Texas Rangers game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.

www.youtube.com/.../

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