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0 #2 GBP 2013-07-02 05:41
Highly doubt many fans would be disappointed in these seats - I know I liked them. Great vantage point for everything in the ballpark; the out of town scoreboard in lower right field, the Liberty Bell in center field and the jumbotron in left field. The Washington Nationals dugout was on this side of the field too and was maybe three sections down to our right. Whether you're seated down the right or left field side, more than likely you'll encounter a lot of foul balls hit your way so pay attention.

The green grass is absolutely beautiful in person. You can't appreciate it on tv, now I know why they keep so many grounds crew members on staff.
There isn't a ton of dining in the Sports Complex. There is Xfinity Live on the outside but I think it's overrated.

You can eat at the famous 'Chickie and Pete's down on Packer Avenue before the game and take the shuttle over to the ballpark for free. They have excellent crab fies but you can also sample their condensed menu in the ballpark outside of section 102. There are two sit down establishments. Harry the K's underneath the big scoreboard, named after former broadcaster Harry Kalas. You'll see a statue of him in the area. And there is also Mcfadden's pub outside of section 127. The waitresses there will catch your eye, I promise.
0 #1 John M 2013-07-01 04:10
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 136, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park.

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