Washington Nationals Baseline

The Washington Nationals Baseline is squeezed between other sections on the field level of Nationals Park. The Nationals Park seating chart shows the Nationals baseline seats positioned just outside the infield along both outfield foul lines.

Washington Nationals baseline seats are located in two separate sections on each side of the edge of the infield grass. Nationals baseline reserved seats occupy the back half of each section while Nationals baseline box seats make up the front half of each section. The Nationals baseline seats down the left field line are numbered 111, 112, and 113 while the Nationals baseline seats along the right field line are numbered 132, 133, and 134. Nationals baseline box seats are a good value considering they often cost one-third less than the seats a few sections closer to home plate and still provide a good view of the game. A minor complaint regarding most Nationals baseline seats is that they require fans to sit at an angle to watch every pitch. This makes Nationals baseline box seats closer to the aisles on the home plate side of each row highly desirable.

Baseball fans should study the Washington Nationals seating chart and read additional information on the various seating locations at Nationals Park: Nationals Lexus Presidents Club, Nationals Home Plate Boxes, Nationals PNC Diamond Club, Nationals Home Plate Reserved, National Dugout Boxes, Nationals Infield Boxes, Nationals Baseline, Nationals Corner, Nationals Outfield Reserved, Nationals Center Field, Nationals Club, Nationals Mezzanine, Nationals Scoreboard Pavilion, Nationals Terrace, Nationals Gallery, and Nationals Upper Gallery.

Washington Nationals baseline tickets are generally sold out for most games. The Nationals sell the preferred Nationals baseline box seats as full season packages while the Nationals baseline reserved tickets are also offered as partial-season packages. Nationals baseline box tickets are available for individual game purchase directly from the team, but selection is limited and often the worst seats in each section are the only ones that remain close to game day. Nationals baseline box tickets are sold through secondary market ticket brokers, so shop multiple ticket sellers for the best selection and best values. Look to pay less than $65 for the best Nationals baseline box tickets for weekday contests and up to $100 for premium weekend events.

Washington Nationals Baseline

Washington Nationals Baseline
View from the Washington Nationals Baseline at Nationals Park
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