Where to sit at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium

The BallParkGuide.com Where to sit at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Wooden porch in RF corner offers great view
  • Grab a barstool at bar beyond LF fence
Above the box seating down the right field line sits The Porch, a wooden, bar-style seating area.

Like other Minor League stadiums, seating at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium is affordable and gets you close to the action. While it’s a cliché to say there’s no bad seat in the house, there really isn’t. The ballpark’s luxury suites are in the second deck from dugout to dugout, but they’re the only seating option that far away from the field, as the rest of Joseph L. Bruno Stadium’s seating is in the lower deck.

All of the seats are the stadium are box-style, fold-down seats. The Premium Box designation numbers nine sections (one directly behind home plate and four on either side, reaching to each dugout) while the Reserved Box sections run down either base line. Premium seats cost $10 in advance or $11 on game days; reserved seats are $8 and $9, respectively. The Grandstand section, located in both corners, is $6 and $5. While every seat sounds affordable, the Premium price range is slightly more than other NYPL teams. (Auburn, for example, charges $7 for Premium seats on game day.)

Regardless of where you buy your ticket, you’re free to roam The Joe and grab a barstool at the Top of the Hill Bar & Grill beyond left field or The Porch, a wooden deck in the right field corner. Other seating options include a grass berm in the right field corner and the Picnic Pavilion party area along the first base line.