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Fenway
06-22-2007, 03:09 PM
http://sports.espn.go.com/travel/news/story?id=2909745

Monster seats are nothing more than very overpriced bleacher seats :angry:
Green Monster $140
Green Monster Standing Room $30
http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2007/0620/travel_greenmonster2_275.jpg (http://sports.espn.go.com/travel/news/story?id=2909745#)

1. Fenway Park, The Green Monster Seats
2. Wrigley Field, The Bleachers
3. U.S. Cellular Field, The Bullpen Sports Bar
While it may be impossible for the White Sox to match the unique ballpark experience Wrigley offers across town, and while the White Sox made several well-documented errors in designing their "new Comiskey" too large and too sterile for many fans' liking, one thing done right at U.S. Cellular Field is its Bullpen Sports Bar.
4. PNC Park, Second Deck Seats
5. Miller Park, The Uecker Seats
6. Oriole Park at Camden Yards, The Right Field Corner
7. Coors Field, The Mile High Seats
8. Petco Park, The Beach and The Park at the Park
9. AT&T Park, Upper Deck Seats and McCovey Cove
10. Dodger Stadium, Right Field Pavilion

The Best of the Minor Leagues
1. Fifth Third Field, The Roost Seats (Toledo Mud Hens)
2. Bright House Networks Field, The Tiki Seats (Clearwater Threshers)
3. Blair County Ballpark, The Rail Kings Seats (Altoona Curve)
4. Five County Stadium, Second Level Boxes (Carolina Mudcats)
5. Jerry Uht Park, The First Base Reserved Seats (Erie SeaWolves)
6. Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium, The Train Shed Seats (Montgomery Biscuits)
7. Midway Stadium, The Massage Chair (St. Paul Saints)
8. Recreation Park, The Fan Dugout (Visalia Oaks)
9. Banner Island Ballpark, The Back Porch (Stockton Ports)
10. Cheney Stadium, The Ben Cheney Seats (Tacoma Rainiers)

JohnnyInnsbrook
06-22-2007, 03:13 PM
LMAO

"The best thing about being in the bleachers is that you are truly surrounded by true Cub fans enjoying good food, cold beer and great baseball,"

Boondock Saint
06-22-2007, 03:16 PM
LMAO

"The best thing about being in the bleachers is that you are truly surrounded by true Cub fans enjoying good food, cold beer and great baseball,"

Well, at least they got one out of the four...unless they serve the beer warm there.

FedEx227
06-22-2007, 03:18 PM
Well, at least they got one out of the four...unless they serve the beer warm there.

Well, to be fair... is Old Style really beer?

Boondock Saint
06-22-2007, 03:23 PM
Monster seats are nothing more than very overpriced bleacher seats :angry:
Green Monster $140
Green Monster Standing Room $30


Holy crap, what a ripoff. I think I paid about $15 for Braves playoff tickets(standing room) a few years ago. There's no way I'm paying $30 for standing room in a regular season game, I don't care WHERE it is.

Fenway
06-22-2007, 03:23 PM
Well, to be fair... is Old Style really beer?

Chicago really has had some bad beers.....this was putrid


http://www.gono.com/beermagazineads/importedmiscellaneous/m1.jpg

Boondock Saint
06-22-2007, 03:27 PM
Dude, that beer has got to be way before my time. The can looks like one of those cans of fake peanuts with the snakes in them.

MUsoxfan
06-22-2007, 03:28 PM
2. Wrigley Field, The Bleachers
3. U.S. Cellular Field, The Bullpen Sports Bar
4. PNC Park, Second Deck Seats
5. Miller Park, The Uecker Seats
7. Coors Field, The Mile High Seats


I've sat in all these seats and the only ones that are really great are the ones at PNC Park. It's great to be in the 2nd level, but still close to the field.

The novelty factor of being a mile up is pretty cool, but those seats also are seemingly a mile away from the field

JohnnyInnsbrook
06-22-2007, 04:12 PM
"Whereas the regular seating is much more controlled, it's almost as if the fans make the rules in the bleachers."

Bleacher Rules:
#1: Get WASTED!
#17: When disgusted by the product on the field throw garbage.
#36: If given the opportunity, go out of your way to interfere with a ball in play

WhiteSoxJunkie
06-22-2007, 08:57 PM
Do you need lower deck seats to enter the Bullpen Sports Bar or can you also enter if you have upper deck seats?

soxwon
06-22-2007, 09:29 PM
What was the name of the guy in Boston, that had in on trades and such?

ilsox7
06-22-2007, 09:38 PM
Chicago really has had some bad beers.....this was putrid



Chicago, for how great of a city it is, really lacks in the category of PHENOMENAL beer. Luckily we can still get such beer here. Too bad it's not made here, though.

bigfoot
06-22-2007, 10:22 PM
Chicago really has had some bad beers.....this was putrid


http://www.gono.com/beermagazineads/importedmiscellaneous/m1.jpg

If you look closely at the far right, you'll see the birth mother of that most wretched of Beers, Lite Beer from Miller . Blech!

TDog
06-22-2007, 11:20 PM
Chicago really has had some bad beers.....this was putrid


http://www.gono.com/beermagazineads/importedmiscellaneous/m1.jpg

This ad looks like it came from an old White Sox program. When I was a pre-teen, Meister Brau was to the White Sox what Old Style was to the Cubs. I have no idea what any of that stuff tastes like.

Fenway
06-22-2007, 11:35 PM
If you look closely at the far right, you'll see the birth mother of that most wretched of Beers, Lite Beer from Miller . Blech!

Didn't Miller buy MB just to get the LITE TM? I remember MB was the offical beer of the Blackhawks in 1971 and I gagged when I tasted it.

Hitmen77
06-23-2007, 12:51 AM
Do you need lower deck seats to enter the Bullpen Sports Bar or can you also enter if you have upper deck seats?

You can enter if you have upper deck seats.