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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved a ban Tuesday on smokeless tobacco use at sports fields, including AT&T Park.
The World Series Champion San Francisco Giants return to AT&T Park for the team’s home opener Monday against the Colorado Rockies.
Giants fans have been waiting months and on Monday, the World Series Champs return to their home field.
KPIX 5 Morning Weather Anchor Roberta Gonzales answers the questions you never get to ask on-air. Q: Hey Roberta, saw you at the Athletics game Sunday, but I heard you on TV saying you are attending […]
With three titles in five years you would think that Giants fans don’t have anything to complain about. But have you compared the menu at AT&T Park or at O.Co with the stuff people in the Midwest can stuff in their faces?
Five of the best sports bars near AT&T Park to watch opening day
After fans of the Grateful Dead quickly snapped up tickets for this summer’s “Fare Thee Well” concerts in Chicago, the surviving members of the band could be looking at performing for Deadheads in the Bay Area.
State Assemblyman Tony Thurmond, D-Richmond, introduced legislation Tuesday that would prohibit the use of smokeless tobacco at all organized baseball venues in the state. San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell introduced a similar ban that would include AT&T Park.
Will Giants Fans need to carry an umbrella to AT&T Park on Saturday? Roberta has the forecast