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0 #3 Mickey 2013-05-05 06:06
These are the best seats I've had since this place opened - Section 132. We sat here for the last game of the season on October 3, 2012 (vs. the Phillies) and were out of the sun the entire game and a nice distance from the field on the first base side. 132 will put you right smack dab in the middle between the infield and outfield. They're nice seats and are angled well towards the field so you don't have to maneuver your body too much.

There are 2 exits from the DC Metro. When you use the Half Street exit, many of the vendors on Half Street sell peanuts and bottled water much cheaper than inside Nationals park, and you can take those items inside as long as they haven't been opened. Not all of the vendors sell authorized food, so make sure you are buying the right stuff.
Keep in mind that the ballpark stops selling food and drinks around the 7th inning. When I went to a 14 inning game vs. the Yankees years back, we went 7 innings with no water and it was really hot that day. Many of us were in the bathroom filling up our empty water bottles but extra innings rarely happen.
0 #2 Asher 2013-05-04 18:53
The rows in this section begin with row A and after row Z, they become double double lettered (AA - ). We had seats in row BB and were expecting to be in the second row but like idiots, we were wrong. But row BB was still a good view. 132 allows Nationals fans to be in close proximity to both the infield and the outfield.
Also, a decent spot for autographs from the Nationals players; their dugout is two sections down to the left of section 132.
0 #1 John M 2013-05-04 18:39
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 132, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Nationals game at Nationals Park.

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