AT&T ParkSan Francisco Giants
Located towards the edge of downtown San Francisco, AT & T Park is home to the San Francisco Giants. With its breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay and its design make AT & T Park one of the best ballparks in the league. The San Francisco Giants had formerly played at Candlestick Park. In 1976, Bob Lurie brought the Giants then wanting to build a new stadium in the downtown area. With little interest in a new stadium Bob Lurie sold the team to Peter Magowan in 1992. In 1995 the Giants announced plans for a new stadium to be built. Construction started in late 1997 for the new Giants stadium and was completed in 2000. Pacific Bell purchased the naming rights for 24 years and the stadiums name became Pacific Bell Park. SBC Communications acquired Pacific Bell in 2003 and changed the stadiums name to SBC Park. In 2006 SBC Communications acquired AT & T changing the name once more to AT & T Park. The seating capacity for AT & T Park is 41,915 and the playing surface is natural grass.
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- AT&T Park
24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco, CA 94107
Call at (415) 972-2000
- $357 million
- China Basin Baseball Corp
- AT&T Communications
- Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park
- Center Field
- Lefty O'Doul Plaza, Seals Plaza
- Available throughout
Willie Mays Gate
- 3rd and King Streets
- Third St and Berry
- Portwalk behind Center Field
- Second and King St
Lots A, D and Pier 48 - General
- Lots A, B and C Only. One spot per vehicle.
UC San Francisco - Garage
- View Left Field: $5.00
- View Reserved Outfield: $8.00
- View Box Left Field: $11.00-12.00
- Bleachers: $9.00-$17.00
- View Reserved Left Field: $13.00-$17.00
- View Box: $21.00-$23.00
- Lower Box Left Field: $20.00-$25.00
- Arcarde: $22.00-$27.00
- Club Left Field: $25.00-$29.00
- Lower Box: $26.00-$34.00
- Premium Lower Box: $32.00-$46.00
- Club Outfield : $45.00-$52.00
- Club Infield : $60.00-$70.00
- Field Club: $68.00-$85.00
- No event is scheduled here.
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Gilroy Garlic Fries
- 2.00 - 10.00
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- All items subject to search.
- Hand-held. No Gameplay video.
- Allowed. Must be small.
- Factory sealed soft plastic.
- Allowed. Must fold or be checked in at gate.
- 16x16x8 inches max
- Must be in a soft-sided, clear container.
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Phone no: (415) 957-1129
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