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The Texas Rangers dugout is on the First base side of Surprise Stadium in front of sections 108-110. Their bullpen is located on the first base side as well, right near the foul pole in the outfield.
If you are looking to stay out of the Arizona sun, sections 201-206 are covered by a roof. Seats in sections 101-112 will also have shade, with the Rangers side enjoying cover after 1PM and the Royals side after 230PM.
Surprise Stadium is the spring training home of the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals. The stadium opened in 2003 and has a capacity of 10,500 with 7,000 stadium seats and space for 3,500 in the lawn seating. There are no bleacher seats at Surprise Stadium.
The lawn seating at Surprise Stadium stretches the entire outfield and is the most affordable option. If you arrive early you can also secure a spot close to the either teams dugout for a great view of the pitchers warming up.
All in all there isn't a bad seat in Surprise Stadium, but it is worth noting that the seats in sections 115-120 are angled towards center field instead of home plate.
The Kansas City Royals dugout is on the third base side of Surprise Stadium in front of sections 107-109. Their bullpen is located on the third base side as well, right near the foul pole in the outfield.
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