2. Behind home plate
Sitting behind home plate is similar to sitting courtside at a basketball game, or sitting on the boards at a hockey game. It is known as the best place to sit.
You get to feel like you are in the batter’s box, staring down the pitcher. Your view of the park is amazing as you see the towering Green Monster as well as the large video screen out in centerfield. There truly is nothing like sitting behind the plate. Now these tickets will set you back an arm and a leg with tickets costing a few hundred dollars, but then again that’s why credit cards were invented.
Also you really get to see how much these guys care about the game. You can really see the emotion on a player’s face when you are that close. No matter if it is a walk-off homer or a game-clinching strikeout.
Finally, you may even get to talk to your favorite player, or on the opposite end of the spectrum, really let Aaron Judge have it as he makes his way to the batter’s box.