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04-07-2010, 04:27 PM
to those who know the Cell a bit better than I do ---
on a day like today where it is raining and possibly I wanted to hit up a game -- how far back to the rows go ???
I remember sitting last year in area say 116 and 32 rows back . I was under an area that was covered . Just a rough estimate would be fine !!!
Another question -- how far do the seats go across .
I believe 1-2 are on the aisle ... would 19-20 be on an aisle too (assuming there are 20 seats in a row ?? )
thanks to those of you who have better knowledge than me --
04-08-2010, 06:38 AM
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04-08-2010, 07:57 PM
Sections 110-155 do not sit lower than row 27 to be safe. Behind the plate more like row 30. From 111-153 sections rows have 8 seats in even sections and 10 in odd (i.e. 138 has 8 seats, 129 has 10). However, behind the plate goes up to about 20 (i.e. sections 130) but a lower row could have less. I know section 136 is like this (1st row has 8 seats last has about 20)
04-08-2010, 09:16 PM
thanks for your response !!!
I so appreciate it !!
I got tickets for Saturday , but that day is lookin to be nice ---
thanks to you great posters who told me about the travel promotion for half priced tickets ...
looks like we will be 4 rows behind the sox duggout in section 157 !! woooo hooo !!
04-09-2010, 06:04 AM
That's where my season tickets were, before I gave them up. Seats 17 & 18 are the high number aisle seats.
I used to have 157, Row 11 (4 rows behind the bullpen), seats 15 & 16.
04-09-2010, 03:39 PM
Yep ... that looks like where I will be :)
157 row 11 I believe !!!
not on the aisle though ... seats 5-6 I believe !!
cannot complain for $$$17.50 !!!
04-10-2010, 03:36 PM
We were actually in 156 row 12 ... seats 6 , and 7 (on the aisle )==
They were pretty good for half price !!
I had the yellow pole somewhat in the way , but otherwise it was nice to watch the boys warm up in the pen !!
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