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  • califangels72
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    Mike Comes W/the Hook!

    angels mgr mike scioscia pulls john lackey....brings in frankie rodriguez for the save!

    taken from 3rd base side....1 level up...decent seats! :cap:
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  • Lions/Tigers@Cubs.OhMy!
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    Comerica Park, last Saturday...

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  • Mario Mendoza...HOF Lock
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    Yankee Stadium Box 7 Row F Seat 6 (8/1/06, Abreu's First Game)



    Citizens Bank Park Section 109 Row 35 (7/29/06)
    ENLARGE

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  • Dusty15
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    Yankee

    [url]http://farm2.static.
    Last edited by Dusty15; 07-28-2008, 09:00 AM. Reason: pic no longer avail

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  • alpineinc
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    Originally posted by Yoda View Post
    The colors in your shots are incredible. What kind of camera do you use?
    Thanks.

    Canon 40D. A little Photoshop helps though!

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  • Gehrig27
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    Originally posted by Yoda View Post
    On the yankee website in the stadium a-z guide they say you can try to get autographs during batting practice.

    They'll let you stand by the walls on the first and third base sides near the foul poles. Usually the players warm up in those corners, so you can try then; last year my friend and I had a whole conversation with Justin Verlander.

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  • Yoda
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    On the yankee website in the stadium a-z guide they say you can try to get autographs during batting practice.

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  • Gary Dunaier
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    Originally posted by Gary Dunaier View Post
    Do they allow anyone to go down to the front during batting practice, or did you have tickets for those seats?
    Originally posted by alltime#1pilotsfan View Post
    I visited Yankee Stadium in 2004. I had upper deck seats, but anyone with a ticket is allowed to enter Monument Park before the game. I entered through one of the outfield gates and went to check out the monuments. From there, I was able to walk around the lower seating areas for a while before the game.
    Thanks, but by "down to the front" I was specifically referring to the very first rows right next to the field, where the photos TnNYYfan had included in the posting I was responting to were taken. Those seats, closest to the field, are manned by "security" people who keep the aisles chained-shut and check your tickets before they'll let you in, but since TnNYYfan's photos were taken during batting practice I thought maybe access was easier then.

    TnNYYfan responded in a subsequent post: "I had tickets like 10 rows up and I think I remember them checking my ticket." As shown in this unusual, seldom seen view...


    (Photo taken April 2, 2008. © Gary Dunaier)

    ...there are eighteen rows between the field and the main aisle (not counting the ultra-premium seats right up front). TnNYYfan says he was in the 10th row, so I'd guess that the answer to my original question is: no, you can't go right up to the field at Yankee Stadium during batting practice.

    (But I'd love to be proven wrong. )

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  • alltime#1pilotsfan
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    Originally posted by Gary Dunaier View Post
    Do they allow anyone to go down to the front during batting practice, or did you have tickets for those seats?
    I visited Yankee Stadium in 2004. I had upper deck seats, but anyone with a ticket is allowed to enter Monument Park before the game. I entered through one of the outfield gates and went to check out the monuments. From there, I was able to walk around the lower seating areas for a while before the game.

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  • BlueCrew08
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    Re Angels Stadium Pics

    Can you see the Honda Center from the upper deck there or am I mistaking it for something else?

    Oops nevermind
    Last edited by BlueCrew08; 04-29-2008, 10:19 AM. Reason: My question was answered upthread sorry

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  • chip
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    My son's view from the section 504 at Progressive Field,
    the farthest section from home plate.

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  • TnNYYfan
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    I'd go with the Rays, Twins, Blue Jays and Marlins.

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  • Yoda
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    Originally posted by JT7 View Post
    I think Dodger Stadium has the worse. Come on....a view of the hills of what use to be Chavez Ravine? The best view is on the other side of the stadium, Downtown L.A. I admit, Anaheim is no better, but atleast it's more open and not so secluded.

    Miller Park's isn't too hot when the roof is open.


    Parking lots and abandoned warehouses.

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  • TnNYYfan
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    Originally posted by Gary Dunaier View Post
    Do they allow anyone to go down to the front during batting practice, or did you have tickets for those seats?
    I'm assuming you have to have a lower level ticket but I don't know for sure. I had tickets like 10 rows up and I think I remember them checking my ticket.

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  • JT7
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    Originally posted by Yoda View Post
    I smell a poll

    "what baseball stadium has the lames or best view of the surrounding area?"

    Best=

    (off the top of my head)

    1. pnc
    2. wrigley
    3. new busch?


    Wors=
    1. Kauffman?
    2. Shea?
    I think Dodger Stadium has the worse. Come on....a view of the hills of what use to be Chavez Ravine? The best view is on the other side of the stadium, Downtown L.A. I admit, Anaheim is no better, but atleast it's more open and not so secluded.

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