Target Field

Updated on June 24, 2011
B.W. asks from Saint Paul, MN
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My parents are coming for a visit in July and I'm going to surprise them with tickets to a Twins game. My husband and I have been to a couple of games and we are arguing over where our seats should be. He would rather sit in the outfield over right field and I like sitting behind home plate (only upper deck is available in our budget). I have sat in the 'nose bleed' section and they really are great seats but my husband disagrees. HELP!! I want to give my parents the best experience possible, what should we do?

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answers from Las Vegas on

I would want to sit a little to one side so you can see them bat and a little up so you get the whole view. Do your parents usually go to the games? Where would they usually sit?

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answers from El Paso on

I would say one baseline or the other. Still closer to the action, but not impeded by netting/poles or anything like that

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answers from Minneapolis on

I usually prefer to one side or the other, not directly behind the plate. Our first game we sat on teh first base side and they were great seats. I really don't think there is a bad seat in the house though!



answers from Des Moines on

I love to overlook home plate. You can see the batters and all the action on the feild. I also love watching kids chase foul balls!



answers from Los Angeles on

Behind home plate.
And if you can sneak in some snacks...that would be great.

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