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AT&T Park

24 Willie Mays PlazaSan FranciscoCalifornia 94107
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The San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park

AT&T Park, home of Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants, won 2008 Sports Facility of the Year, awarded by Sports Business Journal & Sports Business Daily. Not only does the ballpark house one of MLB's most famed franchises, it also affords attendees excellent views of the San Francisco Bay area, while embodying a classical approach to architecture. Whether you're a fan or not, catching a Giants game at AT&T Park is a must during any stay in San Francisco



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Tickets average $14 – $105



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San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants are one of baseballs oldest, proudest teams. With 6 Word Series wins (most recently in 2010), the famed Giants have competed in the Series a National League record 18 times.

Events at the Ballpark

There are often events other than baseball at AT&T Park. For an updated calendar, visit http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com/sf/ballpark/events/index.jsp


  • What is the best way to get to AT&T Park?

    Always plan ahead, & adjust your commute for game day. From Americas Best Value Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport, either walk to the South San Francisco Caltrain Station and then take the San Francisco bound Caltrain. After catching the San Francisco bound Caltrain then get off at the King & 4th street station, which is directly across from AT&T Park. Alternatively, guests can drive from the hotel to AT&T Park. The drive via US 101 N to I-280N is about ten minutes during non-traffic hours.
  • What are the ground rules at AT&T Park?

    From the Giants website
    • Ball goes into camera window behind home plate - Dead Ball
    • Ball on top of home plate signage - In Play
    • Ball in dugout beyond yellow line - No Catch, Dead Ball
    • Ball into dugout camera well - Dead Ball, Book Rule
    • Ball rolls on right field fence (foul territory) - In Play
    • Goes through fence - Dead Ball
    • In umpires' judgment stays too long on wall - Dead Ball
    • Ball stuck in outfield pads - Dead Ball
    • Ball hits rail in center field and bounces back - Home Run
    • Ball hits center field wall and bounces left into stands - Home Run
    • Hits yellow line - Home Run

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