Seat view from top deck section 9 at Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers

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0 #2 Wes 2014-02-25 00:03
We sat here for the Dodgers-Red Sox game last August, a game I just had to come see since I'm partial to both teams. The attendance was near capacity. Was able to score two tickets in row F for $120. Those tickets were much more expensive than what they normally are but I'll pay that kind of money for a good matchup in a historic stadium like Dodger Stadium.
For starters, the seats aren't all that comfortable but are pretty much on par with what you'll find in every other MLB ballpark's upper deck. The room for your knees is minimal. The beer hawkers frequent this area but not nearly as much face time as you'll get with seats near the field. The ushers still check a good amount of the tickets so have yours ready. You WILL NOT be able to access any other part of the stadium besides the upper deck so keep that in mind. If you're on a mission to see ALL of the ballparks like so many baseball fans are, then don't sit on the Top Deck, Pavilion or view level when you come to Dodger Stadium. You will want field level seats where you can access the bulk of the ballpark and still have a great view.

I hate that Dodger Stadium doesn't have more of a surrounding neighborhood around it. No restaurants, no hotels, no bars. You're close enough to downtown that you had might as well stay and do all there is to do downtown if you're coming to LA for a game. LA Live is a good place to start. There is, however, a Super 8 motel not far from Dodger Stadium if you want to walk to the stadium and not deal with the parking.
0 #1 John M 2013-08-09 23:18
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from Top Deck 9, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium.

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