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Baseball games are always an enjoyable, cheap way to spend an evening, especially when it’s Dime-a-Dog night and you score tickets in the cheap seat section. But sometimes those cheap “seats” are actually just chunks of grass on the lawn, and sitting on the ground can get a little messy, especially after an April shower blows through. Here are some MLB stadiums that put the cheap seats in style.

Coors Field

Home of the Colorado Rockies

Denver, Colorado

A view from the Rockpile seats at Coors Field in Denver. Courtesy of Mr. Lujan.

A view from the Rockpile seats at Coors Field in Denver. Courtesy of Mr. Lujan.

Tickets are as cheap as $4 in the Rockpile section of Coors Field in Denver. Rockies fans can watch the game with the skyline as the backdrop. They also serve plenty of great beer.

AT&T Park

Home of the San Francisco Giants

San Francisco, California

AT&T Park. Courtesy ofWikipedia.

AT&T Park. Courtesy of Wikipedia.

It’s probably a little distracting trying to watch a game in AT&T Park when boats are going by just outside the park. The stadium sits right on San Francisco Bay, and the cheap seats in the View Reserved section get the best view of the water.

Great American Ballpark

Home of the Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Great American Ballpark and Ohio River. Courtesy of Mike Phillips.

The Great American Ballpark and Ohio River. Courtesy ofMike Phillips.

Seats in the top section of Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati go for less than $10, but it’s those seats that get the best views of the Ohio River. They’re also closest to the fireworks the Cincinnati Reds shoots off at the end of every Friday game.

Dodger Stadium

Home of the Los Angeles Dodgers

Los Angeles, California

View from the top deck of Dodger Stadium. Courtesy of Mr. Littlehand.

View from the top deck of Dodger Stadium. Courtesy of Mr. Littlehand.

For the first time this year, the cheapest seats at Dodger Stadiumin Los Angeles are $11 and are on the reserved level near each foul pool. The cheapest seats used to be on the top deck, and are $12 this year, but the whole stadium gets a great view of Elysian Park and the San Gabriel Mountains.

Nationals Park

Home of the Washington Nationals

Washington, D.C.

A view of Washington D.C. from the third level of Nationals Park. Courtesy of John M.

A view of Washington D.C. from the third level of Nationals Park. Courtesy of John M.

The cheap seats at Nationals Park are in the upper terrace and give Nationals fans a view of historic Washington D.C. landmarks, such as the Washington Memorial and the Capital Building.

Busch Stadium

Home of the St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis, Missouri

Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri. Courtesy of Ron Cogswell.

Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri. Courtesy of Ron Cogswell.

The cheap seats at Busch Stadium are said to be the best seats in the house. The infield pavillion seats tend to be the cheapest, and they’re center stage to not only the game, but the St. Louis arch in the background.

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One thought on “No nosebleeds for these cheap seats”

  1. The San Diego Padres’ Petco Park is a great one to add to the list. The seats are super cheap and there’s sand in front of the seats so kids can play during the game. Also, you can walk right up to the outfield fence to get a slice of the action.

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