Washington Nationals Corner

The Washington Nationals Corner occupies six sections within the field level of Nationals Park. The Nationals Park seating chart shows the Nationals corner seats towards the infield side of each outfield corner in large sections on the 100 level.

Washington Nationals corner seats are split into two sections. Nationals left field corner seats are in sections 108, 109, and 110 while Nationals right field corner seats are in sections 135, 136, and 137. All Nationals corner seats are placed on the ground level of the ballpark, but are relatively far from home plate. This creates a distorted perspective for many Nationals fans sitting close to the front rows. Interestingly, the depth perception is better from the Nationals seats in the back rows of each Nationals corner section than for the seats in the front rows. While many baseball fans will enjoy the possibility of catching a foul ball in the first dozen rows of the Nationals corner seats, sitting too close to the field from an awkward angle makes it difficult to follow the ball in the infield and impossible to see the interplay between the pitcher and batter.

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 corner tickets are sold primarily as individual game sales as only a minority of seats are occupied by full season ticket holders. Both the Washington Nationals ticket office and the Nationals Park website offer Nationals corner tickets for sale for most games. Fans looking for Nationals corner tickets in the front rows of any section will need to search secondary market websites or ticket brokers for the best availability. The highest-demand Nationals corner tickets cost less than $40 for average weekday games and more than $80 for premium weekend contests or special games.

Washington Nationals Corner

Washington Nationals Corner
View from the Washington Nationals Corner at Nationals Park
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