Seat view from section 225 at Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros


#1 Henry 2012-06-22 00:03
My seats in section 225 of the Mezzanine level were very accessible from the concourse, though I would find out later that the view couldn't allow me to see fly balls that went into right field. Right fielders for that day -- Luke Scott and Shawn Green of the Mets -- would disappear on balls to the warning track and I'd have to use the crowd's reaction to determine whether it was an out or not.

Parking is a hassle, if you can find your way to the park from the multitude of freeways Houston has. I paid $20 for a surface lot and I suspect that the closer you get to the park, the more expensive it will be. There is no other alternative but to drive, though. I didn't like all of the advertising, including some weird promotion from Chick-Fil-A on the foul poles and if someone hit a home run on the foul pole, everyone got a free sandwich. What the heck is that about? And it just makes the foul poles look ridiculous.

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