Boston Red Sox Infield Grandstand
The Boston Red Sox Infield Grandstand includes the largest seating area throughout Fenway Park. The Fenway Park seating chart shows the Infield Grandstand sections stretching throughout the infield from three levels above the playing surface.
Boston Red Sox Infield Grandstand sections are numbered from 11 to 31 moving clockwise from the edge of first base toward home plate and continuing halfway down the left field foul line. Infield Grandstand seats are divided into two pricing groups with sections 11, 12, 28, 29, 30, and 31 being cheaper than all other sections. The best locations are in sections 20 and 21 immediately behind home plate. For all Red Sox Infield Grandstand locations, avoid “obstructed view” seats at all costs. These tickets, which are labeled “obstructed view” or “OV” by the Red Sox, are the worst seats in all of baseball. Most are located just behind the large metal poles holding up the upper levels of Fenway Park. The Red Sox only label terrible seats as obstructed and every ticket seller clearly marks these seats on every transaction.
See the Boston Red Sox seating chart and consider other Fenway Park seating areas: Red Sox Green Monster seats, Red Sox Dugout Seats, Red Sox EMC Club, Red Sox Field Boxes, Red Sox Pavilion Club, Red Sox Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck, Red Sox Loge Boxes, Red Sox Pavilion Boxes, Red Sox Coca-Cola Pavilion Reserved, Red Sox Infield Grandstand, Red Sox Right Field Boxes, Red Sox Right Field Roof Boxes, Red Sox Right Field Roof Terrace, Red Sox Outfield Grandstand, Red Sox Bleachers, and Red Sox Standing Room Only.
Most Red Sox Infield Grandstand tickets cost $55 when purchased from the team while the cheaper Infield Grandstand tickets cost $52. With the bulk of the best seats in the area sold on a full season ticket basis, only the worst tickets remain for individual game sales. Shoppers intent on finding a quality seat should consult secondary market ticket websites or independent brokers. Tickets in front rows, aisles, and sections closer to home plate command premiums on the resale market while poor quality seats in the back portions of sections often sell for closer to face value.
View from the Boston Red Sox Infield Grandstand at Fenway Park