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AT&T Park

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24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107


Map of AT&T Park and recommended places nearby
1. Steinhart Aquarium
2. Wells Fargo History Museum
3. Cartoon Art Museum
4. Lorraine Hansberry Theatre
5. North Beach
6. Pacific Heritage Museum of San Francisco
7. Robert Koch Gallery
8. California Academy of Sciences
9. Kee Fung Ng Gallery
10. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts/Yerba Buena Gardens
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AT&T Park - Reviews from across the web

AT&T Park: Official website of AT&T Park in San Francisco
The following are trademarks or service marks of Major League Baseball entities and may be used only with permission of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc. or the relevant Major League Baseball entity: Major League, Major League Baseball, MLB, the silhouetted batter logo, World Series, National L...

AT&T Park San Francisco, SOMA | Yelp
My last visit was on Fan Photo Day where we got to go on the field and take pics with the players. Ok first of all, it's the most awesome experience to let fans onto the field and meet the players. What was horrible, was this wretched mother biotch that pissed me off so bad it was the first time...

Ballpark Digest -- Ballpark Visits -- AT&T Park / San Francisco Giants
There are basically five seating areas in AT&T Park, and I spent some amount of time in most of them. I didn't even try to get to the Suites level, but my ticket was for the Club level, and I'd recommend trying to score a ticket there. (If you don't, fear not: every seat in the ballpark is angle...

AT&T Park Gets National Recognition - Sports News Story - KNTV | San Francisco
AT&T Park was up against fellow-nominees John Paul Jones Arena at the University of Virginia, the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., and the University of...

San Francisco Giants Tickets - SF Giants Tickets at StubHub!
to see the San Francisco Giants have been in the sports tickets market in the Bay Area since the team moved from New York in 1958. The team's stadium, currently AT&T Park, was opened in 2000, moving the team from Candlestick Park (at Hunter’s Point) to a downtown San Francisco location. Th...

AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA : Reviews of AT&T Park - Yahoo! Travel
The name may be different but game remains the same. Formerly Pac Bell Park and SBC Park, AT&T Park is the first privately financed ballpark in Major League Baseba...

johnnyroadtrip.com - San Francisco's AT&T Park
AT&T Park is within walking distance of downtown. Walking is the recommended mode of transportation to the stadium; parking in the area is very limited and is expensive. You can also easily reach the stadium via pu...

AT&T Park - San Francisco Giants
The one other thing that jumped out at me about SBC Park is the playing field. The Kentucky Bluegrass blend the Giants use is a different shade of green than normal, and the crushed volcanic rock that makes up the infield is a milky shade of brown. Even the backstop behind home plate is different, a...

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