Washington Nationals Outfield Reserved

The Washington Nationals Outfield Reserved comprises the largest seating area on the field level of Nationals Park. The Nationals Park seating chart shows the Nationals outfield reserved seats filling left and right field and stretching into right-center field.

Washington Nationals outfield reserved seats are numbered from 101 to 107 in left field and from 138 to 143 in right field. The Nationals outfield reserved seats in left field are placed between the Nationals center field seats and the Nationals left field corner seats. The Nationals outfield reserved seats in right field are next to the Nationals right field corner seats and under the Nationals scoreboard pavilion seats. All Nationals outfield reserved seats give decent views of the game from deep in the outfield, but most baseball fans strongly prefer purchasing a Nationals outfield reserved seat close to the front row. Due to the dimensions of Nationals Park, home runs rarely clear beyond the first dozen rows of any Nationals outfield reserved section and fans must sit close to the wall for the best chance to snag a homer in the ballpark.

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 outfield reserved tickets are sold as season tickets, partial season tickets, and individual game tickets by the Washington Nationals team sales department and Nationals Park ticket office. The best seats within each Nationals outfield reserved section are generally purchased by season ticket holders, so individual game purchasers are largely relegated to the back rows of each section. For the best selection of Nationals outfield reserved tickets for even the most popular games, visit the secondary market and ticket broker websites. Aim to pay less than $16 for average weekday games in the middle rows of each Nationals outfield reserved section and up to $60 for a front row ticket to a premium weekend contest.

Washington Nationals Outfield Reserved

Washington Nationals Outfield Reserved
View from the Washington Nationals Outfield Reserved at Nationals Park
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