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About the San Francisco Giants
Come see the San Francisco Giants slam baseballs out of 'The Phone' and at other parks around the MLB. The Giants have had a long and rich history as a ball club. Here's your chance to purchase cheap tickets for great seats to watch the SF Giants play this year.
The San Francisco Giants were established in 1883 in New York City, but relocated to the "City by the Bay" in 1958. While they were in New York the Giants won 17 pennants and 5 World Series titles. However, as of 2010, the Giants have yet to win a championship in San Francisco. The Giants are aligned in the National League's West Division and are currently playing in their tenth home stadium, AT&T Park. Several Giants have been inducted into the Baseball Hall Fame including Christy Mathewson, Wille McCovey, and Willie Mays.
In 2007, Giants slugger Barry Bonds surpassed Hank Aaron on the all-time home run list. Today's Giants are led by perennial Cy Young candidate Tim Lincecum and All-Star pitcher Matt Cain. San Francisco has a fierce rivalry with the Los Angeles Dodgers; it's one of the best in all of baseball.
The Giants Home Field:
AT&T Park (2000-present)
24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, California 94107