Obstructed view of home plate but can see entire outfield. No choice for World Series but I wouldn’t buy for a regular season game.
Terrible seats, fans walking up and down the aisles block home plate view. Do not recommend for sold out crowds.
Front Row GA, amazing spot to see a show just a couple feet away from all the band member but you’ll probably have to wait in line to get the front.
These seats are for the handicapped. The view was really great.
Play off game 2
The sun will bother you for a little bit, but not that big of a deal. No chance of catching a foul ball unless you move up 10 rows. I like the aisle, but wish I chose the other side since too many people walk by obstructed my view.
Lots of traffic at times making it hard to watch the game with out having to stand, or just watch it on the score board.
Great view when no one is walking.
Seats are not all the same size in this section. This specific seat is much tighter than the ones next to it. Great view but discomforting for the whole game.
Decent seats, slight coverage by the overhang but not by too much. This is a standing picture so view does look different sitting.
Great to watch bullpen. Seats can be pesky if you're one to get there early as people tend to flock this row. Security does a great job managing the people though and checking tickets.
Great seats with a home plate view. You do sit in front of the press boxes so there is a solid wall behind and people can stand back there. rnSeats can be cold if you get cold easily.
I liked the view, but the seats were very tight!! We ended up in the “Standing room only” section.
The Oakland A’s, behind pitcher Frankie Montas, avoids sweep by the Houston Astros. The 2-1 victory stopped a three-game skid for Oakland and ended a six-game winning streak for the Astros, who still lead the A’s by 5.5 games in the AL West.
Great seats on the aisle . You have access from both sides to aisles.