Nov 15, 2013, 4:16 PM PST
Batkid piqued the interest of the nation while saving damsels in distress and thwarting bank robberies. But when the Penguin kidnapped San Francisco Giants mascot Lou Seal, the sports world clearly took exception. The news of Batkid’s heroic exploits in Gotham City traveled far and wide. It even made it into the San Francisco 49ers’ locker…
Oct 28, 2013, 4:29 PM PST
Even though it’s a moment San Francisco Giants fans would like to soon forget, the decadent “Kimye” proposal still has an infectious way of slipping into conversation. Recently, Kanye West stopped by a Los Angeles radio station called Power 106 and shed some more light on the AT&T Park proposal. Vanity Fair blogger Julie Miller…
Oct 25, 2013, 2:47 PM PST
The inaugural SportsNet Central podcast went so well that we let them do another one. It’s time for episode two with your hosts Ahmed Fareed and Dave Feldman. Listen as the guys attempt to offer one reason why the 49ers should be worried about the Jaguars in London. On the heels of the Brett Favre…
Oct 22, 2013, 9:32 AM PST
While the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox were getting ready to compete for World Series rings, a much more valuable piece of precious metal and diamonds was received at AT&T Park. Since the home of the San Francisco Giants was lying dormant, rapper Kanye West leased out the place to stage a lavish…
Sep 25, 2013, 4:31 PM PST
Giants fans have a new toy to play with at AT&T Park. In addition to the hidden bowling alley, the digital cafe, the Coca-Cola bottle slide, and the cable car on the right field arcade, fans will now be able to pull out their mobile devices and upgrade their seats. Starting tonight, Pogoseat will offer…
Sep 11, 2013, 12:27 PM PST
Throwing a banana onto the field at AT&T Park may have been one of the least dastardly things that Alexander Poulides has done recently. According to a report from Philly.com, the Willits native was arrested on the Jersey Shore last Saturday and thrown in the Cape May County (N.J.) Correctional Center. Poulides, 37, claimed he had innocent…
Sep 11, 2013, 10:04 AM PST
Who’d have thought the San Francisco Giants’ play of the year would come from a great grandmother in the stands? Santa Rosa resident Virginia Smith, a great grandmother that has played softball for 39 years, stole the show on Tuesday night after making a slick catch on a foul ball at AT&T Park. Smith told…
Sep 10, 2013, 1:08 PM PST
There were thousands of little Elvi‘ at AT&T Park on Monday night for Elvis Presley tribute night. The Giants gave away bobbleheads and posters to a select number of fans in attendance. The game was announced as a sellout, but it looked like there were plenty of low-traffic places in the crowd to avoid getting your…
Sep 6, 2013, 5:41 PM PST
On Thursday at AT&T Park a Giants fan had a whole heap of trouble hanging a mini K sign. Giants starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong struck out Gerardo Parra for the first out of the inning prompting this fan’s effort. There were two outs when the video begins, so in reality this fan’s struggles lasted more…
Aug 13, 2013, 10:47 AM PST
See why legendary comic creator Stan Lee decided Giants closer Sergio Romo was worthy of a super hero transformation.
Aug 12, 2013, 10:01 AM PST
There’s a secret two-lane bowling alley inside AT&T Park. That’s not the only hidden surprise in the stadium.
Aug 9, 2013, 7:31 PM PST
See what happens when Rugby champs and baseball champs collide at AT&T Park. Hint: It’s worth clicking to see Pablo Sandoval punting.
Jul 30, 2013, 2:40 PM PST
The San Francisco Giants have proposed a 3,000-foot organic garden at AT&T Park. Surprisingly, ballpark veggie gardens are far more common than you’d think.
Jul 23, 2013, 3:24 PM PST
The Giants are about to do something they’ve never done before — bat first in a game at their home park. But according to the team, it’s not weird.
Jul 12, 2013, 9:39 AM PST
Why a Mets fans is trying to prove the point that all baseball fans should be supporting Bryan Stow, not just San Francisco Giants fans. Find out what he’s doing to help out.
Jul 5, 2013, 2:08 PM PST
Less than an inch can alter the course of history in Major League Baseball. It is imperative that field dimensions are exact and that umpires have a clearly defined boundary to determine whether a ball is fair or foul. So how exactly do they do it?
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