Most argue this is the greatest baseball park around!
McCovey Cove is well known for Barry Bonds home-runs
AT&T Park - San Francisco (Spotlight Attraction)
Opened in April 2000 formerly named "Pac-Bell Park" was built with private funds and is situated just 7 blocks south of the Moscone Convention Center. The new home of the San Francisco Giants is less windy then its former stadium "Candlestick Park" or "3-Com".
Tours times are:
10:30am and 12:30 pm
24 Willie Mays Plaza
Neighborhood: China Basin
415-972-2000 $10 for adults
$5 for children
$8 for Seniors (55+)
Stands are built along the base paths and center field is wide open, offering dramatic views of San Francisco Bay. Sluggers frequently send homers straight into McCovey Cove. Built by and for the Giants, the park offers all baseball, all the time. Filled
with families, first-daters and Little Leaguers with stars in their eyes, the
stadium routinely sells out. For food-lovers, there's nothing quite like rooting
for the home team as the sun hits the bay, casting their ballpark sushi in a
See The Game For Free:
During the season, every three innings, a new crop of fans stands and watches the game from right field. The entrance is along the port walk, near McCovey Cove.
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