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The worst seat in the house? Think again

Post by News Tribune Staff on March 31, 2008 at 5:42 pm with No Comments »
March 31, 2008 5:42 pm

Most fans crave a chance to sit right behind home plate. Dimarco Grant sat in the seat furthest away – above the top row of the back bleachers behind center field – from the action.


And that’s just fine for him.


"It’s relaxed back here," he said. "And I probably will only stay a few innings."


Grant, a 23-year-old Seattle resident, is a cook for Centerplate. He spent the earlier part of the afternoon on shift at Safeco, so he was just relaxing for a while before returning home. He doesn’t watch baseball often on TV, but he’ll catch a few innings at a time after work.


But don’t write off Grant’s seat as the worst in the house. No one sat next to him, and he enjoyed plenty of legroom. And – perhaps most importantly – there weren’t any obnoxious fans trying to squeeze past everyone while balancing four beers and three hot dogs.


"It’s not a bad seat," he said. "Not at all."

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