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Rows 19 and up in sections 105-112 will be covered by the overhang. The sun starts on the first base side of the grandstand, as the game goes on more seats in sections 109-115 will be covered in shade. The rows that start the game in the shade will remain in the shade for the duration of the game.
Located in Clearwater, Florida, Bright House Networks Field is home of the Philadelphia Phillies for spring training. The Stadium opened in 2004 and holds 8,500 people. There are no bleacher seats, there are 7,000 stadium seats and the Lawn holds 1,500 people.
The Phillies dugout is located on the third base side in front of sections 115-116. The visitors dugout is on the first base side in front of sections 105-107.
There are two small paved lots next to the ball park but one is reserved solely for suite holders and handicapped patrons. There is a grass lot across the street from the ballpark where most people will park.
The only obstructed seats in the stadium comes in section 103 row 1. The tarp is higher than the wall making it difficult to see the right field line. There are 24 seats in this row and the tarp blocks 20 of those seats. Usually either seats 1-4 or 21-24 will not be obstructed, but it's tough to know which day which seats will be blocked and it's best to avoid any seat in section 103 row 1.
The second deck contains nine suites and three sections of club seats. The Tiki Terrace is in left field and contains five tiers of drink rail seating. The Tiki bar fills up on a first come first serve basis. The Hooters VIP Diamond Dugout is located next to the Phillies' dugout where you can enjoy all the food you can eat and wait service.
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