Champions suite includes all-you-can-eat snacks and private restroom in lounge under stands. Excellent view of HRs and diving catches in right field but home plate is a bit far away.
These seats were awesome. you get a complete view of the field and are super close to the action. This was from June 20th 2104 when Beltran walked it off and gave the yanks a 5-3 win over the orioles.
2nd Pitch of the game Johnny Damon hit a foul ball into our section the guy directly behind me caught it, great section for a game with alot of lefties in either lineup,great foul ball area.Great seats.And we got to witness Jeter's Historic 3000 hit game.
Section is great. Seat by this end of the row is awful--a constant stream of people up and down the aisle. On the first base side, you're better off picking a "low" seat number so the traffic goes behind you, rather than in front of you.
4-17-2011 Yankees vs. Rangers Sunday Night Baseball. For day games, the shade starts at about row 13-14 in this section. Entry/Exit ramp directly behind this section takes you right down to outside gate 2.
This section corresponds to the Jim Beam Suites. Includes cushioned seats with padded backs, complimentary popcorn/snacks, free refills on soda (after purchase), and access to the Jim Beam Lounge and its private restrooms.
Not worth the $30 I paid for this view. I couldn't see left field at all and people were sitting in front of me further blocking my view. The only good thing about it is that there is a hot dog stand nearby with amazing footlongs.
Not a terrible seat, but you do lose a bit of the left field corner and where left field meets the stands. There is a wire in your view from the screen behind home plate, but I didn't even really notice it at the game.