The San Francisco Giants home opener at AT&T Park featured a special guest to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, the city’s hero, Batkid.
A 12-year-old Martinez boy who was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings last month was set to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Tuesday’s game between the Oakland A’s and the San Francisco Giants.
Most Giants fans know about the special events at AT&T Park like Japanese Heritage Night or LGBT Night, but what about a night that celebrates “Monsters?”…
The San Francisco Giants open at home against the Cardinals Friday afternoon, but first they’ll celebrate their second World Series championship in three years.
Practice rounds are underway at the Olympic Club in San Francisco in preparation for the start of the U.S. Open on Thursday. As a kid in nearby Daly City, John Madden witnessed Jack Fleck’s upset victory over Ben Hogan in the 1955 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club.
Tyler Stow, son of Bryan Stow, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the start of the San Francisco Giants Opening Day.
Game 4 of the World Series had a presidential doubleheader.
Former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush will throw out ceremonial first pitches before Game 4 of the World Series on Sunday night.
The former San Francisco slugger – looking fit and trim while wearing his old No. 25 jersey – was introduced before Tuesday’s Game 3 against Philadelphia.