Where to sit at Municipal Stadium

The BallParkGuide.com Where to sit at Municipal Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Unique standing room area behind Suns dugout
  • Posts can obstruct view from behind home plate
The thick, metal beams that impede your view are a drawback to the seating section directly behind home plate.

Seating at Municipal Stadium is divided into four main categories. (The Field Suites, however, likely won't apply to you. There are only two suites, and they're more field-level boxes than traditional stadium-style suites. They're located adjacent to one another down the first base line, just beyond the infield.)

If you want protection from the sun, as well as a view from directly behind home plate, the Reserved Grandstand area numbers five sections from the middle of one the home dugout to the middle of the away dugout. This area contains plastic, fold-down stadium seating and is also protected by the netting behind home plate. The knock on this area is that several thick posts, which support the press box overhead, stand in your sightlines. Regardless of you sit, you'll need to shift back and forth to see all the on-field action.

The VIP section wraps all the way around the infield and offers seating close to the field, including directly over the visitors third base-side dugout. (There's a standing room only section behind Hagerstown's dugout.) This section, like the Reserved Grandstand area, is comprised of plastic seats.

Municipal Stadium's General Admission section consists of bleachers down both base lines. The section down the third base line is slightly smaller because of the beer garden and picnic area, which begin directly after the bleachers.