Behind dugouts vs behind home plate--which is better?
I'm looking at some dirt cheap tickets on StubHub for some April games, and some of the premium box seats are a steal right now. Assuming that I'm in the upper 20s-30s in terms of row number, what's better--behind home plate, or behind the dugout? I've never sat behind the plate at the Cell so I'm not sure how much of a distraction the netting is.
Cool April day games are a great opportunity to get awesome seats for cheap...
plus St. Louis and Milwaukee
plus NYC parks and Minnesota
plus PNC Park in Pittsburgh
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