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0 #2 Wayland 2013-07-18 04:22
I'm a Cubs fans and even I love this place. Am I a traitor? No. Just a true baseball fan that appreciates greatness when I see it. Let's be honest, Wrigley Field is a dump and has been for quiet some time and the fans aren't nearly as knowledgeable about the Cubs as Cards fans are about the Cardinals.
I was in 143, row E, seat 8 which was the 2nd row behind the Cardinals dugout. Phenomenal Field Box seats that no fan would regret, Cardinals fan or not.
Could see over everyone's head in front of me, every seat had a cup holder, and there were only 12-15 seats in our row. Leg room was adequate and so was the space between each seat. What really makes these seats great and most seats down the first base side great is the view of the St. Louis skyline in the distance. Couldn't see the Gateway Arch as well as we would have liked but it's mowed into the grass for all fans to see.
The jumbo screen in center field always has plenty of information to help keep fans informed with the vital stats.

Parking is the only problem when getting here. Meters are free after 7pm and on Sundays but most games begin at 7pm so most fans are probably better off riding the Metrolink downtown and getting off at the Stadium stop.
0 #1 John M 2013-07-16 07:27
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 143, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Cardinals/Texas Rangers game at Busch Stadium.

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