First row behind camera well on outfield end of visitor's dugout. Fabulous view of plays/pickoffs at first base. Players/coaches toss balls into this section if verbally encouraged.
Great seats but 2 chicks behide me just won't SHUT UP!! N they weren't talking baseball ..they were talking about their FAMILY Problems!! next time bitches pls stay home paid over 100 bucks to enjoy an Angels victory
These seats were pretty good. You have a clear view if the entire field with no obstructions. Check my other uploads for a view from similar seats on the 1st base side a few days earlier. Those seats were in row B, and the railing was covering the strike zone. But back to these seats. You're a bit out of ideal foul ball territory, but the guy sitting directly in front of me caught a shirt from the t-shirt gun during the 7th inning stretch. I got a great deal on the seats ($21/each), but even at face value I would recommend buying them.
Depending on your height the rail can be seriously obstructing. I'm 6'2", and in this seat (420, B, 3) the rail perfectly covered the strike zone when I sat back against the seat.
Another set of great seats. A perfect view of the whole field and great for telling when the umpire blows a fair ball call. I wouldn't recommend sitting any closer (rows A through D) if you have a seat number in the teens or the rail will obstruct your view. But these seats are great.