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  • Guide to Fenway (A Series)

    Some people have expressed how confusing a trip to Fenway can be, so I'm in the process of writing a series of guides to help people out. The first entry is on seating within the park, and i'll follow it up with transportation, food, and a host of other topics in the next few weeks.

    http://mvn.com/mlb-redsox/2007/08/05...enway-seating/
    http://www.virtualfenway.com

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    Good stuff. I've been to Fenway once. Fortunately I was a guest of WCVB and had a seat outside their box on the 3B side. Great view of the field.

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      We had the missfortune of sitting in the fourth row of section 88 the first time I went to fenway..... Please make sure you point out how bad that is...

      Section 88 is right next to the main entrance to the right field stands.... Patrons pour in through that entrance non stop for the first 6 innings... stopping and stumbling right in front of you while they look for their seats. The first 10 rows of the section can not see the game at all.
      cong

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        Originally posted by cong View Post
        We had the missfortune of sitting in the fourth row of section 88 the first time I went to fenway..... Please make sure you point out how bad that is...

        Section 88 is right next to the main entrance to the right field stands.... Patrons pour in through that entrance non stop for the first 6 innings... stopping and stumbling right in front of you while they look for their seats. The first 10 rows of the section can not see the game at all.
        That sounds about right. As I mentioned in the article, whenever I get seats down the right field line, I just stand behind the plate and often don't even bother checking out my seats. Unless you're in the relatively nice area in sections 1 and 2, you will have a miserable experience. Even in 1 and 2, the right field corner at Fenway is so gigantic, you're a good 40-50' farther away than any other park.

        I saw 1 1/2 games during Futures at Fenway from the Pavilion seats, and I was very much unimpressed. Way overpriced at $90 a ticket, for the same view as a $20 seat at CBP or Wrigley. But, we wandered around for the 2nd half of the game, including up to the Monster, which are truly wonderful and worth any price.
        http://www.virtualfenway.com

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