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0 #1 James Mack 2013-08-06 03:44
I've sat in most of the sections in the right field pavilion area for Angels games in the past and they're all about the same. You won't be able to see the jumbotron above these seats due to it's placement. Especially if your seats are in rows H thru L, the last rows in this section. There are 13-17 seats in each row so it was fairly easy to navigate in and out. A couple of features you also won't be able to see include the out of town scoreboard in right field and the warning track in right center field. You'll also be extremely far from the infield with very little chance of seeing a home run ball reach these seats. I sit here because I think it's better than the view level and a lot of Angels fans seem to share the same sentiment. The pavilion seats are always packed with fans, even during the week.


Let me also say that Angel Stadium is one of the safest ballparks in the country both in the stands and in the surrounding neighborhood. So often you hear other fans say a ballpark is in a "sketchy neighborhood" but that's clearly not the case here. In fact, there isn't much of anything except for the train stop and giant parking lots. Perhaps the lack of a nearby neighborhood is what keeps Angel Stadium off of everyone's radar. And the fans are all very friendly. Dodger Stadium is one place to beware of because they're hostile towards visiting fans a lot of times.

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