0 #2 Seth 2013-05-11 07:20
119 is one of the many "box" areas along the third base side of the field. It's location is prime since it was between the Orioles dugout and their bench where the relief pitchers were sitting. If you come to this area during batting practice before the game (begins 2 hours pre game), I would imagine the visiting players will be signing autographs around that time.
The giant scoreboard was straight ahead looking out towards the outfield which was awesome -- it made seeing the replays much easier when a home run or awesome catch was made. (Upton used to make a lot of those at the Trop).
Just keep in mind that there are two designated areas to this section and it's neighboring sections. There's the FieldSide Box and those are the seats closest to the field and then the regular seats. They will be priced differently so be prepared to see a $15 difference per ticket even though they could be only a few rows apart.

It's pretty easy to navigate this ballpark, the concourse are nice and wide and don't get jammed up at all, mainly because the attendance is so jacked up with the ballpark being located in St. Petersburg.
-1 #1 John M 2013-05-11 03:12
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 119, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Rays/Cleveland Indians game at Tropicana Field.

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