AT&T Park and its surrounding areas were awash in a sea of orange and black as hopeful fans descended upon San Francisco in anticipation of an NLCS Game 3 win for the Giants.
The National League Championship Series is tied at one game apiece and the San Francisco Giants return home to face the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday afternoon in Game 3 at AT&T park. Vendors, nearby shops and restaurants are well aware that business is booming.
What’s your alternative to a $2.25 ride on San Francisco Muni to AT&T Park for the Giants-Cardinals National League Championship Series Game Tuesday? Apparently you can secure a parking spot for a few hours for just $100.
About The Bay: Super Bowl 50 Will Be In Santa Clara, But San Francisco Has Its Own Plans For The Big Game
While all eyes are on the San Francisco Giants’ quest for another World Series Championship, a group of planners is focused on 2016’s NFL Super Bowl 50 and the fanfare it will bring to the city’s streets.
After his 7th Inning performance at AT&T Park, Tony Bennett announces Vegas show w/ Lady Gaga…
Hazmat Scare Prompts Evacuation Of Building Across Street From AT&T Park; Package Turns Out To Be Bottle Of Booze
San Francisco’s China Basin Building was briefly evacuated Tuesday morning after a call of a suspicious package, which ended up being a bottle of booze, prompted a Hazmat team and the bomb squad to respond.
An attorney representing two Native Americans who were ejected from AT&T Park during a Giants’ game last June has sent a letter to the team with a list of demands after filing a claim seeking damages against the city.
Native Americans File Claim Against San Francisco After Getting Ejected From Giants’ Native American Night At AT&T Park
Two Native Americans ejected from the San Francisco Giants’ Native American Heritage Night at AT&T Park have filed claims against the city claiming they were injured by police and subjected to civil right’s violations.
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig Dodges Questions On A’s Stadium, Domestic Violence During AT&T Park Visit
The outgoing commissioner refused to commit to a resolution of the Oakland ballpark situation, though he admits the A’s desperately need a new place to play.
Don’t be mad at Lou, kid. It’s literally his job to be overly excited about the game.