Seat view from section 115 at the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays

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0 #2 Que 2013-05-07 02:22
115 is compiled of 40 rows making it just one big massive section. I mean, this place can hold 50,000 fans although it rarely is filled to capacity making even 20,000 fans in attendance seem like a ghost town. The seats aren't the most comfortable but the experience could have been made better if our seats could have at least had cup holders. I think fans would cheer louder when they have a place to set their $11 beer.
I had seats in row 18 which was the perfect view; not too close and not too far up. You will obviously have your share of steps to climb to get to and from your seats but they aren't steep at all. If you get to the ballpark early enough, standing at the foot of this section could score you a few autographs from whichever visiting team is in Toronto that night.

For years, I was fascinated by this place with it's roof, the Renaissance hotel built into the ballpark, it's view of the CN Tower when the roof is open and it's proximity to essentially everything downtown. But after checking out a few of the other venues including Comerica Park, Fenway Park, and the new ballparks in NYC, the Rogers Centre has all of a sudden become average. It is what it is.
0 #1 John M 2013-05-07 02:01
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 115, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Blue Jays/New York Yankees game at the Rogers Centre.

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