Seat view from section 133 at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins




#2 Joey Mack 2013-06-29 05:58
These seats are part of the Powerball Pavilion. Not sure if it's still called that? It only spans a few sections in right center field.
Anyway, we had an excellent view of the outfield, only because we were in row 2. The entire section has a very cavernous feel mainly because the overhang from the Grandstand covers almost every seat. Which is great if it's shade you're looking for. Day games drain the energy out of you when it's hot and you don't feel like doing anything the rest of the day.'re sitting in the shade.

The right center field wall is extremely high so if you catch a home run ball here, you won't be interfering with an outfielder. The right field is not very hitter friendly at this ballpark which I think has actually hurt the numbers of Mauer and Justin Morneau, that and those guys stay injured.

You CANNOT see downtown Minneapolis or the out of town scoreboard from these seats. Nor will you be able to see the old Twins logo with Minnie and Paul on it; it lights up when a player hits a home run. All in all, these are ok seats but sitting behind home plate on the View Level would always be a better alternative if you ask me. And I've been to a lot of Twins games thus far in Target Field's short history.
#1 John M 2013-06-27 04:43
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 133, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Twins/Chicago White Sox game at Target Field.

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