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    • @Cafe

    Located behind the centerfield bleachers, the walk-in @Café (pronounced At Café) serves as a gathering spot for fans during the game who want to follow the worldwide social media chatter about the team, players, coaches and all things related to the #SFGiants and Major League Baseball. AT&T Park is one of the most socially engaged venues in the world, and fans are able to see the social conversation in real-time as well as view their own tweets and photos sent via Instagram.

    Inside the @Café, fans will find a state-of-the-art 12 foot by 4 foot video wall displaying #SFGiants baseball social chatter throughout the world, including trending tweets, popular Instagram photos, results from Facebook polls and check-ins. Adjacent to the sides of the Pulse Board are two 50-inch

    LCD Screens which show batting practice and the live game feed. Fans will also be able to view the #SFGDigital Team at work as they monitor and post content to the media wall from the #SFGiants Social Media Command Center. The @Café features a coffee bar serving Peet's Coffee and Tea and offers

    full espresso and coffee service served by Juma Ventures. To connect with the Giants social media channels, visit and follow @ CafeSFG on Twitter and Instagram. If you're visiting AT&T Park, text ballpark to 31826 to download's Ballpark mobile app. Message and Data

    Rates may apply.



    AT&T Park was designed for all of our guests to enjoy; however, there are certain areas of the park that can only be accessed with a designated ticket. Guests should keep their ticket with them at all times to avoid any confusion as they enjoy the ballpark and its amenities. The following are the various ballpark seating areas and designated access requirements:


    Promenade Level (main concourse): All guests with a game ticket. Blue Shield Field Club Lounge: Only guests with a game ticket for the: Blue Shield Field Club, Field Box, Virgin America Loft at McCovey Cove, Candlestick Suite,

    Salesforce Champions Suite, Lexus Dugout Club, Batter's Box, Audi Legends Club, Dockers Deck, Dugout Box, Press Club, Promenade Patio Tables and Oracle Suite Level.


    Virgin America Club Level: Only guests with a game ticket for the: Virgin America Club Level, Blue Shield Field Club Level, Virgin America Loft at McCovey Cove, Candlestick Suite, Field Box, Champions Suite, Lexus Dugout Club, Batter's Box, Dockers Deck, Audi Legends Club, Dugout Box, Press Club, Promenade Patio Tables, and Oracle Suite Level.


    Oracle Suite Level: Only guests with a ticket for the Oracle Suite Level or Gotham Club. Guests with tickets to any other area of the park, including clubs, lofts, and boxes, DO NOT have access to the Oracle Suite Level. View Level (upper concourse): All guests with a game ticket. Guests may sit only in the seat(s) for which they have tickets.


    The Giants are committed to providing every guest, including those with vision, hearing, mobility or other disabilities, with a comfortable and enjoyable experience at AT&T Park.

    See Wheelchair Accessible Seats
    See Accessible Parking, Shuttle Service & Drop Off Zones
    See Wheelchair Escorts
    See Closed Captioning
    See Listening Devices



    More than 40,000 people visit AT&T Park on game days, increasing the likelihood that someone will experience sudden cardiac arrest. AT&T Park is the nation's first major league ballpark to implement a public access defibrillation program that protects both players and guests. California law requires that authorized AED users undergo a six-hour training session before using the devices. A total of 24 AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) have been installed throughout the ballpark. AEDs are strategically placed 1.5 minutes apart from each other. Prominent overhead signage denotes each AED location. Each location houses an alarmed cabinet with AED and first aid kit.

    The AED locations are listed below:

    1. Giants Office 13 - Promenade - Section 133
    2. Visiting Clubhouse 14 - Promenade - Centerfield Scoreboard
    3. Blue Shield Field Club Tunnel 15 -Virgin America Club Level - Section 228
    4. Blue Shield Field Club Lounge 16 - Virgin America Club Level - Section 219
    5. Blue Shield Field Club Tunnel 17 - Virgin America Club Level - Section 211
    6. Giants Clubhouse 18 - Oracle Suite Level - Concierge Desk
    7. Giants Dugout 19 - Oracle Suite Level - Suite #17
    8. Visitor's Dugout 20 - Oracle Suite Level - Suite #51
    9. Promenade Section 105 21 - View Level - Section 334
    10. Promenade Section 113 22 - View Level - Section 324
    11. Promenade Section 119 23 - View Level - Section 319
    12. Promenade Section 128 24- View Level - Section 312

    San Francisco Giants
    24 Willie Mays Plaza
    San Francisco, CA 94107
    Telephone: 415-972-2000
    Fax: 415-972-2001


    No alcohol (including non-alcoholic beer and wine) or illegal drugs may be brought into AT&T Park. Once inside the park, alcoholic beverages may be purchased throughout the park. The following restrictions apply:

    • Beer sales end on the Promenade and View levels and in all seats at
    • the end of the seventh inning.
    • All alcohol sales can be terminated at any time as deemed necessary
    • by Giants management.
    • There is a two-drink limit per purchase at the concession stands.
    • There is a four-drink limit when purchased through in-seat service in
    • the premium seating areas.
    • No alcoholic beverages may leave the ballpark with exiting guests
    • (including unopened bottles and cans from any Luxury Suite).


    This large plaza is located on the Promenade Level directly behind the main
    scoreboard beyond centerfield. It is a location for private parties, casual
    dining, and is the home of the Anchor Tap Room Bar.


    Located in Suite #61 on the Oracle Suite Level and accommodating 20 guests,
    the Anchor Suite has a rustic and sophisticated ambiance similar to that of
    an old tap room. In partnership with Anchor Brewing, this unique space also
    offers an opportunity to host a private pre-game beer tasting with an Anchor
    Brew Master. For more information about this premium space, please call an
    Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.



    Certified emotional support animals and service dogs for physically
    challenged guests are welcome at AT&T Park. The owner is responsible
    for the care and supervision of their animal and is liable for their animal's
    actions. All other animals are prohibited. Dogs are only permitted in the park
    for the annual "Dog Days of Summer" promotional game, which will be held
    on August 21, 2016. Each dog must have a special ticket to enter the park for
    this game. All dogs and owners for this promotion must enter at the Marina
    Gate. For more information, call (415) 972-2356.


    AT&T Park boasts an eclectic collection of art both inside and outside of
    the park. The interior levels of the ballpark feature murals, plaques and
    photography. Statues and plaques also decorate areas surrounding the
    ballpark, highlighted by the Willie Mays statue located at the ballpark's main

    • The 2010, 2012, and 2014 Major League Baseball World Series Championship Trophies and Championship rings are located on permanent display on the Promenade Level directly behind home plate.
    • The Willie Mays statue, depicting the Hall of Famer following through on his swing, is the most recognized statue of the Giants collection. Sculpted by William Behrends, the nine-foot, bronze statue quickly became one of the signature fixtures of the ballpark and a fan favorite "photo op."
    • The Seals Plaza statue replicates the logo of the Pacific Coast League team that played in San Francisco from 1903-1957. Sculpted by Alfredo Osorio, the statue depicts a seal balancing a baseball on its nose.
    • The 14-foot high Willie McCovey statue is located across McCovey Cove from the ballpark at the northeast corner of China Basin Park. Also sculpted by Behrends, the McCovey statue pays tribute to one of the San Francisco Giants' most respected former players and Hall of Famers. China Basin Park also contains plaques listing the members of every Giants team that played in San Francisco from 1958-1999, and plaques with the names of past Willie Mac Award winners surround the base of the Willie McCovey Statue.
    • A statue of the "Dominican Dandy," Juan Marichal, was added to the collection in 2005. Sculpted by Behrends, the nine-foot bronze statue, located at Lefty O'Doul Plaza, depicts the Hall of Fame pitcher at the apex of his signature high leg kick windup.
    • Located at the Second and King Street entrance, stands a nine-foot statue of the "Baby Bull," Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda. The sculpture, created in Behrends' North Carolina studio and cast in bronze in Colorado, portrays a youthful, smiling Cepeda.
    • During the 2016 season, the Giants will add a fifth bronze statue of Giants Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry.
    • The Willie Mays Tribute Wall, located just inside the Willie Mays Gate at AT&T Park, features photos, banners and a timeline celebrating the Say Hey Kid's illustrious career. Personalized baseballs, bats and Gold Gloves purchased by fans highlight the wall. Proceeds from the sale of the memorabilia helped to fund the remodel of the Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point in San Francisco.
    • Dedicated in 2008, the Giants Wall of Fame serves as a perpetual tribute to the organization's greatest players. Located along the outer wall of the ballpark on King Street, it recognizes retired players whose records stand highest among their teammates on the basis of longevity and achievements.
    • Those honored have played a minimum of nine seasons for the San Francisco Giants, or five seasons with at least one All-Star selection as a Giant.
    • The Giants History Walk, located on the Portwalk, is a series of 25 bronze plaques representing significant moments in AT&T Park history. To date, the series includes plaques commemorating Opening Day 2000, the 2000 National League West pennant, Barry Bonds' 500th, 600th, 660th, 700th, 715th, and 756th home runs, Bonds' 73 home run record, the 2002 National League pennant, the 2003 National League West championship, and Jason Schmidt's 16-strikeout game, Robb Nen's 300th save, and Jonathan Sanchez's no-hitter. There is also a plaque commemorating the 2007 All-Star Game held at AT&T Park. In 2011 a plaque was added to commemorate Brian Wilson's season record tying 48 saves, and a plaque commemorating the Giants 2010 World Series Championship. In 2013, we added plaques commemorating Matt Cain's Perfect Game, the 2012 NLCS Clinch, Pablo's Sandoval's three home run game in the 2012 World Series, the 2012 Giants World Series Championship and victory parade, Tim Lincecum's two NoHitters 2012 and 2014, and two new additions commemorating the Giants 2014 World Series Championship.
    • The Virgin America Club Level has a variety of original artwork including WPA-era style murals by Jeffrey Skyles; memorabilia collage photos by Charles Maier, abstract murals by Calvin Grimm, and a collection of historical photography chronicling Giants history. The photos, updated every season, start in the right field corner of the park with year 1883 and end in the left field corner with year 2003. The Virgin America Club Level is also home to a permanent display area behind home plate to showcase Giants Memorabilia.
    • The Blue Shield Field Club Lounge houses original Giants murals painted by Tom Mogensen. Mogensen's two murals highlight action around or from the perspective of home plate. Also located in the Blue Shield Field Club Lounge is a series of Giants memorabilia photography.
    • The Oracle Suite Level features a series of lithographs of historic ballparks by various artists, as well as two original Giants murals painted by Tom Mogensen. Original watercolor paintings of Giants players by Stanley Silver and images of Giants memorabilia are also located on the Oracle Suite Level.
    • AT&T PARK- One of the Most Transit Friendly Ballparks in the Country: Since AT&T Park opened in 2000, it has been known as one of the most transit friendly ballparks in the country. It is conveniently accessible by all public transit systems servicing the San Francisco Bay Area. Encouraging fans to take public or alternative modes (to the automobile) of transportation to the ballpark was the Giants very first green initiative and one they have been committed to ever since fans started arriving at the park. The results have been nothing but positive as more than half the fans traveling to AT&T Park do so by bus, train or ferry. Many fans also walk or ride their bike, with onsite valet bike parking available. The Giants work closely with the public transit agencies to ensure convenient public transit schedules for fans, host public awareness days with the transit agencies, and continually remind fans of the benefits of public transit.


    Located on the Virgin America Club Level in Sections 233 and 234, this
    high-end entertainment space can accommodate up to 100 guests
    in one space, or can be divided into two spaces, which can each
    accommodate up to 50 guests. The Audi Legends Club features
    retractable folding glass partitions that open onto a terraced patio. It is
    available on a per-game basis. For rental information please call 415-972-2298.


    Sunday is the Giants official autograph day, when players, coaches, and/or
    alumni, sign autographs from the Bullpen Boxes in Sections 104/105 and
    126/127 following the conclusion of batting practice. Autographs are for kids
    16 and younger. Guests must have a special ticket to obtain an autograph.
    Ballpark ushers begin issuing autograph tickets on a first-come, first-served
    basis as soon as the gates open at the top of each designated section. On all
    other days, guests may seek autographs from the time the gates open until
    the end of batting practice. If guests are seeking autographs in a seating
    section other than their own, they may be asked to proceed to their
    designated seating section. Autograph Sundays are held at management's
    discretion and may be cancelled without advance notice.


    ATMs are located outside four of the six entrances at AT&T Park. Inside the
    park, ATMs are located in the Second and King Street and Lefty O'Doul areas
    on the Promenade Level; near the Concierge Desk on the Virgin America Club
    Level; and near the Willie Mays Lobby on the View Level.


    AAA Towing provides tow truck service during the game and up to an hour
    postgame to assist guests with lockouts, battery jumps and flat tires.
    A service truck will be located in the Giants parking lots. AAA Towing can be
    reached at (866) 526-0541.

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    Baby changing tables are available in all public restrooms at AT&T Park.
    A mothers' privacy area is available near the Virgin America Club concierge
    desk adjacent to the Willie Mays elevator lobby on the third floor.


    Paper and plastic grocery bags, purses, fanny packs, backpacks, lunch
    bags, diaper bags (backpack-style), soft-sided containers, handbags and
    briefcases are allowed into the ballpark as long as they do not exceed 16" x 16" x 8" in size. Schematic boxes are located at the gates for guests' reference. All bags will be thoroughly inspected before they are
    permitted into the ballpark. Hard-sided coolers will not be permitted. Guests are
    encouraged to arrive early and to allow additional time to enter the ballpark.


    The Giants Balldude/Balldudette Program was created more than 20 years
    ago as a unique way to involve fans in the on-field action. During each home
    game, the team designates two people to don Giants uniforms and field foul
    balls to hand to children in the crowd. As the first MLB team to use adults in
    this role, the program began in 1993 as the Senior Involvement Program and
    was re-named by our broadcasters a few years later ("Those aren't Ballboys;
    those are Balldudes!"). The program now includes a broad range of folks,
    ages 21 and older. For information about Balldude Camp, Giants Community
    Fund auctions and other methods to compete/apply for a spot, please visit


    Located on the Oracle Suite Level, the Bank of America Business Center
    consists of two meeting spaces (Bank of America Conference Room and
    Executive Meeting Room) that can be reserved for private meetings/events.
    For more information on how to utilize the Business Center on game days
    call (415) 972-2046 or visit For more
    information on how to utilize the business center on non-game days call
    415-972-1800. Catering is available.


    Banners and signs are permitted, provided they are baseball-related, in
    good taste and not of a commercial nature. American flags are permitted
    and may be displayed. Banners and signs may not exceed three feet in
    height or obstruct the view of other guests or ballpark advertising signage.
    Banners may not be hung or carried while the game is in progress or affixed to
    walls or any other structure in the park. Banners, signs and flags may not be
    affixed to metal or wooden poles. The Giants reserve the right to remove any
    banner or sign.


    These 15 seats are located within the first three rows directly behind home
    plate. These premium seats include exclusive access from the Blue Shield Field Club
    entrance and offers in-seat waiter service. Be sure to pay attention, you'll
    likely be on TV! For more information about this premium space, please call
    an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.


    Sharpen your batting skills in the soft toss batting cage located inside the
    Marina Gate entrance, under the main scoreboard.


    Secure bike parking is available on the Portwalk between the viewing portals
    and the Dignity Health Center, and is operated by the San Francisco Bicycle
    Coalition. The bike parking lot opens two hours prior to the scheduled first
    pitch until 30 minutes after the game's final pitch. There is no charge for this
    service, but a donation can be made. All proceeds benefit the San Francisco
    Bicycle Coalition. Employee bike parking is available next to the Second and
    King Street employee entrance by the Players Lot.


    Celebrate a special Giants fan's birthday with a Private Tour of AT&T Park
    and a birthday lunch. During your guided tour through the Home of the San
    Francisco Giants you will learn a little bit of history about the team and their
    beautiful ballpark by the bay. The tour lasts approximately one hour and will
    take guests to the Infield Warning Track, Visitor's Clubhouse, Dugout, Batting
    Cage and View Level. You will also have the chance to sit down in an area of
    the stadium to enjoy birthday cupcakes and a wonderful birthday lunch. For
    more information call the Tours Department at 415-972-2400.


    Bon Appétit provides premium food service on the Blue Shield Field Club, Virgin America
    Club and Oracle Suite levels, suites throughout the park, and in the Giants'
    private club, Gotham; offers catering service on game days and for private
    parties at the ballpark; operates the Hearth and Garden Table bistros in the
    Garden and the ballpark restaurant Public House. Based in Palo Alto, CA,
    Bon Appétit operates more than 650 cafés in 31 states for corporations,
    educational institutions, museums, and specialty venues. Local clients
    include Google, Oracle, eBay, Stanford's Graduate School of Business,
    and the Presidio. The company has won many awards for its pioneering
    environmentally and social responsible practices.


    Sealed plastic bottles and soft-sided juice containers are allowed in AT&T
    Park. Unsealed plastic bottles and soft-sided containers will be inspected
    and may be confiscated. Glass bottles and cans are not permitted in the
    ballpark. Alcoholic beverages (as well as non-alcoholic beer and wine) are
    not allowed in the park, regardless of container.


    All Giants games are carried on the team's flagship station, KNBR (680 AM) and the Giants radio network with Jon Miller, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, and Dave Flemming calling the action.

    Gigantes fans, our broadcast can no longer be heard on 860am. We are working diligently to find a new home for our Spanish broadcast and will alert you to our new station as soon as possible.


    GIANTS Radio Network
    Station Dial City
    KBZZ 96.1 FM/1270 AM Reno, NV
    KEKA 101.5 FM Eureka, CA
    KFIG 940 AM Fresno, CA
    KHKA 1500 AM Honolulu, HI
    KKJL 1400 AM San Luis Obispo, CA
    KKXS 96.1 FM Redding, CA
    KNBR (English flagship) 680 AM San Francisco, CA
    KPUA 670 AM Hilo, HI
    KUIK 1360 AM Hillsboro, OR
    KUNK 92.7 FM/96.7 FM Mendocino, CA


    NBC Bay Area and Comcast Sports Net Bay Area will televise more than 155
    games during the 2016 season. Jon Miller, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, and
    Dave Flemming will broadcast the games. Please refer to a Giants pocket
    schedule or go to for the dates and times of all televised games.

    Television Affiliates
    Station Channel City
    Comcast SportsNet Cable Bay Area
    NBC Bay Area Channel 11 (NBC) SF-Oak-San Jose, CA
    KAIL-DT 7.1 Fresno, CA
    (Comcast Ch 13/or 713 In HD; Dish, Direct TV & U-Verse Ch 53)
    KAME Channel 21 (MY) Reno, NV
    Channel 7 (cable)
    KECA DT2 Channel 29.2 (MY) Eureka, CA
    KFBI Channel 48 (MY) Medford, OR
    KITV 4.2 (digital) Honolulu, HI
    KMAX Channel 31 (CW) Sacramento, CA
    KRVU Channel 21 (MY) Redding, CA
    KZVU Channel 22 (MY) Chico, CA
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    Cameras and video equipment are allowed in AT&T Park. However, the equipment may not obstruct the view of others. Guests are not allowed to reproduce or re-broadcast any film or videotape of Giants games for commercial purposes without written permission from the San Francisco Giants and Major League Baseball. The Giants reserve the right to ask patrons to put cameras or video equipment away.


    The Candlestick Suite pays tribute to our former home at Candlestick Park. This intimate suite accommodates 12-15 guests and includes pregame access to the warning track as well as a light food and beverage package (including beer). This space can be sold for the entire game or as a pregame space only in combination with any of our other premium seating areas. The Candlestick Suite can also be combined with the Virgin America Loft to offer a larger suite experience for up to 70 guests. For more information about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.


    The Carmax Field Box is a 30-person private box located below field level adjacent to the visitor's bullpen, directly in front of Sections 105 and 106. Guests can rent the box on a game-by-game basis. Included in the cost of the box rental are 30 game tickets, four VIP Parking passes, and one case each of beer, soda and water. A limited catering menu is available. For additional information and pricing, guests may call Executive Sales at (415) 972-2298.


    Bon Appétit is the exclusive fine food caterer of AT&T Park. To contact Bon Appétit about catering your next event, meeting or party at the park, please call (415) 972-1515 to make arrangements and to obtain a complete menu and price list.


    Charter bus parking is located adjacent to the eastern edge of the Giants parking lots on Terry A. Francois Jr. Blvd.


    This individual game Suite is located on the Promenade Level with the
    entrance near seating section 112. It is available for rent on a per-game
    basis. Call (415) 972-2298 for complete details. The price of the rental
    includes 30 game tickets and four parking passes.


    There are 10 charging stations located throughout the ballpark. Guests can
    charge their phone at:

    •  Blue Shield Field Club Lounge
    •  Promenade: Sections 105, 122, 133, 140 @Café
    •  Virgin American Club: Sections 205, 216/217, 227
    •  View: Sections 313, 320

    Guests can also charge their phones at the AT&T Digital Lounge - located
    across from the Community Clubhouse on the Promenade level.

    Children under 24 months of age do not need a ticket to enter AT&T Park.
    However, they must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Fold-up strollers
    should be stored under the seat. Non-folding strollers should be checked
    at the Guest Services Office located behind Home Plate on the Promenade
    Level or at the Concierge Desk located on the Virgin America Club and Oracle
    Luxury Suite Levels.


    In San Francisco's early years, the area where AT&T Park now stands was part of San Francisco Bay. It is believed that sand from Rincon Hill (which anchors the western end of the Bay Bridge) and rubble from the 1906 earthquake was used as landfill to create the parcel in the late-19th century. The area was then used primarily for shipping and industrial uses. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company imported silk, tea, rice and opium from Asia to the United States to a dock at the foot of Brannan Street. The dominance of Asian commerce around the Brannan Street wharf led to the area being called China Basin. Just west of the ballpark site, the Southern Pacific Railroad built its headquarters (1867) next to the rail yards at Fourth and Townsend streets. In 1915 Southern Pacific opened a mission-style passenger terminal at Third and Townsend streets.


    Taking the New York Yankees' Monument Park one step further, China Basin Park boasts a comprehensive walk through San Francisco Giants history, with bronze markers dedicated to each of the Giants teams from 1958 (the Giants first year in San Francisco) through 1999 (the Giants last year at Candlestick Park). Each marker includes the team record, home attendance, Opening Day line-ups, batting and pitching leaders, and a full team roster with the names of all players who made an official game appearance that season. In addition, the northeastern section of the park, officially named McCovey Point, is blessed with a statue of Willie McCovey and recognizes all of the winners of the prestigious Willie Mac Award.

    Also included in the shoreline park is the Barry Bonds Junior Giants Field, a small baseball field specially designed for T-Ball. With a short right field fence and beautiful vistas, the Barry Bonds Junior Giants Field instantly became a new Giants landmark. The Giants Community Fund, the Good Tidings Foundation and the Barry Bonds Family Foundation sponsor the field. Just beyond the right field fence of Barry Bonds Junior Giants Field is the "Wharf," a picnic area over the water with great views into the ball­park and of the bay.

    China Basin Park is open year-round.


    The King Street clock towers are the most prominent architectural features
    of AT&T Park. Each of the two towers is 122 feet tall and feature pyramidshaped
    roofs topped by 45-foot tall flagpoles. The two clocks located on each
    of the two main towers are eight feet in diameter. Two smaller clock towers,
    measuring 47 feet tall and featuring three-foot diameter clocks, are located
    at the Seals Plaza and Lefty O'Doul Plaza entrances.


    The Giants provide live real time closed captioning via the "Ballpark" mobile
    app. This app is available on most mobile devices, and provides real time text
    communication of nearly all public address audio communications in AT&T
    Park during Giants games. For fans without a compatible mobile device, an
    iPod Touch equipped with the Ballpark app may be checked out free of charge
    from the Guest Services Office located behind home plate on the Promenade
    Level during Giants games.


    Personalized bricks pave the entrance to Willie Mays Plaza and
    feature the names and inscriptions of Charter Seat-members and Giants
    employees who helped build AT&T Park and to commemorate the 2000
    Inaugural Season. Personalized bricks also form the World Champions Walk that
    now surrounds the ballpark, and commemorates the Giants 2010 World Series
    Championship. Personalized tiles are also located at McCovey Point
    and China Basin Park. The commemorative bricks and tiles are no longer
    available for purchase.


    The Giants value guests' opinions and suggestions on how we can provide
    quality customer service. Guests can leave feedback and comments about
    their experience at AT&T Park by filling out a guest comment card at the
    Guest Services Office behind Home Plate on the Promenade Level. Guests
    may also obtain a "We're Listening" form from any usher, or use the "Fan
    Feedback" section of

    The Giants/Giants Community Fund Community Clubhouse is located on the Promenade Level directly behind home plate. It is a permanent location used by the Giants Community Fund and community partners of the Giants to interact with fans during a game in order to raise awareness for or educate the fans about an important community program or initiative.


    Centerplate manages concession and merchandise stands and provides special catering services for AT&T Park. With more than 300 client venues internationally, Centerplate specializes in serving ball parks, stadiums,
    amphitheaters, theme parks, airports, civic and convention centers and indoors arenas. Based in Stamford, Conn., Centerplate has been serving patrons since 1929. Centerplate began providing service to the Giants fans in 1993 and designed and has operated the food and beverage facility at AT&T Park since it opened in the year 2000.

    Please see Food and Beverage for a list of items sold within the ballpark.


    Concierge desk services are available on the Virgin America Club and the Oracle Luxury Suite levels of the ballpark. Located behind home plate immediately adjacent to the elevator lobby, the Concierge Desk at both levels provides guests with an array of services including transportation information, restaurant recommendations and reservations, a guide to entertainment and relevant ticket information in the Bay Area, the Giants schedule and team information, and other special services upon request.


    San Francisco Giants
    AT&T Park
    24 Willie Mays Plaza
    San Francisco, CA 94107
    (415) 972-2000
    (415) 972-2001(fax)


    This seating and standing room only area, with a heated platform viewing deck, is located in section 145 of the arcade. Coors products are available for purchase cash or credit.

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    The Good Sport Designated Driver programsponsored by Budweiser encourages guests to pledge not to consume alcohol during their stay at AT&T Park. Those who participate receive a coupon for one free soft drink, coffee or hot chocolate. Guests may sign up at the desk outside of the Guest Services Office behind Section 119 through the end of the third inning. Any guest wearing a Designated Driver wristband and consuming alcohol is subject to ejection from the ballpark.

    The Dignity Health Center is located on the Port walk near the Lefty O'Doul Bridge. Services available at the Dignity Health Center include on-duty physicians for occupational health, sports medicine and urgent care injuries and illnesses. In addition, the Center offers physical therapy, specializing in sports medicine and orthopedics, and radiology services. The center also supports the first aid services at AT&T Park. The Dignity Health Center is open from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, please call the Center at (415) 972-2249. Dignity Health is the official healthcare provider of the San Francisco Giants.

    This unique space is located underneath the Glove in Left Center Field and
    offers a panoramic view of the field and Bay. This premium location for 18
    guests also includes a food and beverage package. For more information
    about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at
    (415) 972-2298. More Information


    The "Dog Days of Summer" promotional game will be held on August 21,
    2016. This is the only Giants home game when non-service and emotional
    support dogs are authorized to enter AT&T Park. Each dog must have a
    ticket to enter the park for this game. The Marina / Seals Plaza Gate is the
    exclusive ballpark entrance for this event. For more information, call (415)


    The Giants are committed to assisting non-profit organizations in their
    fundraising efforts, providing more than $1.5 million in in-kind donations to
    nearly 3,500 community groups each year. If guests would like the Giants
    to consider making an in-kind donation to a particular fundraiser event or
    auction, they must fill out the on-line request form found at:

    Requests must be received at least two months in advance of an event.
    Requests for groups located outside of Northern California will not be
    considered. We DO NOT accept requests via fax, email, mail, or phone.


    In accordance with the FAA, drones are not to be flown over or around the


    Located next to the Visitors' Dugout and originally created for the
    Commissioner during the 2007 All-Star Game, this premium space offers 16
    seats. These seats are comparable to our investors' seats on the Giants side.
    For more information about this premium space, please call an executive
    sales representative at (415) 972-2298.


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    EDIBLE GARDEN (please see The Garden)


    The elevators at Willie Mays Plaza and Second Street Plaza provide access to all levels of the park. The elevators at Lefty O'Doul and Seals Plaza provide access to the Promenade Level only. In addition, at Willie Mays Plaza there are three escalators, which move guests up before and during the game and change direction after the sixth inning to bring guests down after the game.


    There are eight entrances to AT&T Park: Willie Mays Gate (Third and King streets), Lefty O'Doul Gate (near the Lefty O'Doul Bridge at Third and Berry streets), Marina Gate (along the Port walk behind center field) Second and King Street Gate (Second and King streets), Public House, the Giants Dugout Store, the Gotham Club and the Virgin America Loft at McCovey Cove (private entrances).


    The Executive Offices are located in the Giants Building on Third Street, between King Street and the China Basin Channel (adjacent to AT&T Park). They are open from 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and remain open during all baseball games. The Executive Offices are not included on ballpark tours and they are not open to the general public.

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    Located on the Promenade Level, above the left field bleachers, the Fan Lot is an interactive play area for children and adults. Children ages 14 and younger can enjoy a "slide into home plate" from one of the four slides inside the 80-foot wooden contour bottle. Guests of all ages can stroll up to the world's largest baseball glove, a vintage three-finger classic; and get an autograph-rubbing from some of their favorite all-time Giants. Little kids can run the bases inside Little Giants Park. Guests may also purchase pictures of themselves at the ballpark or on the cover of Giants magazine.

    At the Fan Lot Fantasy Photo Booth, ballpark guests have the opportunity to have a green screen photo taken, with a fantasy background of choice added. This is also the ordering and pick up location of prints taken by our professional photographers who roam the ballpark.

    The Fan Lot offers guests not only a great view of the game, but also views of the city's skyline, the Bay Bridge, and San Francisco Bay. On game days, the Fan Lot opens two hours before the first pitch, or in conjunction with the opening of the gates. It is also open year-round on many other days for the community to enjoy, free of charge. Please call (415) 972-2000 for specific hours of operation.


    Players respond to mail at their own discretion. Guests may send fan mail to players at:

    "Name of Player"

    Clubhouse San Francisco Giants 24 Willie Mays Plaza

    San Francisco, CA 94107


    The San Francisco Giants Fantasy Camp is held every year in Arizona.
    Participants receive their own Giants uniform and take infield and batting
    practice with former Major Leaguers. They even play in an actual game with
    the former stars. For more information on the Fantasy Camp program call
    (650) 342-5443.


    Located at Seals Plaza/Marina Gate (China Basin Ferry Landing)


    The Blue Shield Field Club Lounge boasts a warm, sophisticated atmosphere for Field
    Club ticket members to relax and enjoy a variety of food options. Features
    include "view cooking;" a wine bar serving a wide selection of California
    wines; a bar that provides a sleek, sophisticated look; a coffee bar; and the
    extremely popular Carvery food venue.


    • Right Field 309 feet
    • Right Center Field 421 feet
    • Center Field 404 feet
    • Left Center Field 382 feet
    • Left Field Foul Line 339 feet


    The First Aid Station, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 132,
    is open during all baseball games to provide evaluation and treatment to
    guests for minor medical needs. Dignity Health's physicians, nurses and
    emergency medical personnel are based in the First Aid Station. King American
    mbulance Service is available for medical emergencies.


    AT&T Park is proud to welcome our newest fans and acknowledges their first visit with a First Game Certificate. This free item can be redeemed at the Guest Services station at section 119 starting when the gates open until the end of the 7th inning.


    Located throughout the ballpark are concession stands, bistros, and
    portable food carts featuring traditional ballpark fare and a wide variety of
    ethnic, gourmet, and specialty food concepts for guests of AT&T Park. The
    food and beverage offerings found at the ballpark reflect the rich, local
    flavors and unique culinary offerings of the San Francisco Bay Area, with
    new food items introduced each season. Please go to the Ballpark App for a
    complete and updated listing of all the food and beverage offerings at AT&T Park.

    Highlights include:

    • Gilroy Garlic Fries: The signature dish and smell of AT&T Park can be found at one of the park's 10 garlic fries locations with a total of 73 purchase lines. The fries are made with fresh garlic and parsley, which are cut daily, and prepared in oil containing no trans-fat.
    • Crazy Crab Sandwich: The Crazy Crab is made with Dungeness crab and served on grilled, buttery sourdough bread, and is available from the Centerfield Wharf located in Anchor Plaza, at the Farmer's Market Wine Bar on the Virgin America Club Level, and in the Blue Shield Field Club at the Wine Bar.
    • Orlando's Cha-Cha Bowl: Created with our Hall-of-Famer Orlando Cepeda, this Puerto Rican inspired dish features black beans seasoned rice and jerk chicken topped with a pineapple salsa. It can be found out in Anchor Plaza on the Promenade Level, and in Section 314 on theView Level.
    • Original Joe's: Specialty burgers and fries can be on the Promenade Level near seating section 135. A San Francisco classic for 80 years. 
    • Sheboygan Bratwurst: It would not be baseball without this ballpark favorite at AT&T Park. It is an authentic, Midwest-style bratwurst served directly from grill on a grilled sourdough roll topped with sauerkraut and onions. They are found on the Promenade in Sections 105 & 133, and on the View Level in Sections 307, 314 and 325 (on the Doggie Diner Grill carts). 
    • Ferry Plaza Farmers Market/Strawberry Shortcake: This Virgin America Club Level stand features local seasonal produce from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market including fresh cut strawberries topped with freshly whipped cream, served in large bowls. 
    • Tony Gemignani's Slice House: Serving handmade New York style pizza in Lower Centerfield, View Level Sec. 314 and a new location in 2016 on the Promenade Level, Section 103. 

    The concession and food cart names at AT&T Park reflect the ethnic diversity of San Francisco. 

    Fans will find some of the following stands and carts:

    • Murph's Clubhouse Pub: This original ballpark brand, established in 2004 and named in honor of Giants Legendary Clubhouse Manager Mike Murphy, features the Pub's signature Irish Nachos (Irish chili over crispy potatoes topped with cheddar and green onions), Fish and Crispy Chips, Corned Beef Brisket, Roasted Turkey Breast and Murph's Chili Dog. The Pub also serves Irish Coffees and Hot chocolate with Baileys Crème.
    • A Taste of North Beach: In keeping with the tradition of featuring local, San Francisco food offerings, this Promenade Kiosk features the traditional Stinking Rose Forty Clove Garlic Chicken Sandwich, Meatball Sandwich from U.S. Restaurant, and a ravioli bowl and spicy Italian sausage topped with peppers and onions.
    • Ghirardelli Chocolate: One of San Francisco's most recognized companies, especially for chocolate and ice cream lovers, features hot fudge sundaes, and coke and root beer floats. Located on the View and Virgin America Club Levels, off the Promenade in O'Doul Plaza, and Ghirardelli Square South, located near the Fan Lot's Little Giants Park.
    • Giuseppe Bazurro's: Giuseppe Bazurro was a San Francisco restaurateur whose restaurant was regarded as one of the best in the city during the Gold Rush heyday of the late 19th century. Our menu includes pizzas and "bazurros," fresh flat bread, filled with luscious salads and lightly rolled. 
    • Edsel Ford Fong's: Named after Edsel Ford Fong, the San Francisco Chinatown waiter made (in)famous by his unique style of service. Choose from rice bowls, sushi, cold noodle salads, spiced nuts and fruit spears.
    • John J. McGraw Derby Grill: Hall of Fame Manager John J. McGraw inspired this American grill, featuring premium hot dogs and sausages, burgers, fries, beer and peanuts.
    • Joe Garcia's: This taqueria is named for our own wildly enthusiastic Giants fan, Joe Garcia, who ran the elevators at the AT&T Park construction site from 1998-2000. Food offerings include customized burritos, tacos and quesadillas.
    • Doggie Diner: The perfect place for just a good old Giants Dog, nachos, pretzels and peanuts. These stands are named after the famous Doggie Diners that were once popular in San Francisco, known for their gigantic Doggie signs.
    • Say Hey Sausage Stand: Includes a great selection of sausages named for the one and only "Say Hey Kid"…Mr. Willie Mays.
    • King Street Carvery: Features freshly carved turkey, beef brisket and pulled pork sandwiches.
    • California Wine Carts: Found on the Promenade and View Levels, these unique carts feature many of California's best wines.
    • Vintage 58 Wine Bar: Pouring International wines by the glass and carafe on the Promenade Level Sec. 118 and View Level Sec. 324.
    • Tony's Slice Pizza: Plain or pepperoni pizza by the slice or purchase a whole pizza. Tony's delicious whole pies may be delivered to any seating area in AT&T Park using the Ballpark APP on your smart device to order and make payment. Tony's Slice House stand is located on field level under the Main Scoreboard near Marina Gate.
    • McCovey's "44" BBQ: Now served from a kiosk at Section 136 featuring pulled pork, smoked brisket and hot link sandwiches.
    • The Garden: Features gluten free and vegetarian stands serving a wide variety of farm, fresh items. 
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    Games start at 12:45 p.m., 1:05 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 6:05 p.m., 7:05 p.m. and 7:15
    p.m. (See also PARKING LOT AND PARK GATES). Gates open two hours
    prior to game time. Game times may be changed to accommodate national
    television, or other events and team logistics.


    Fans have the opportunity to purchase one-of-a kind items including gameused
    jerseys, bats, balls, helmets and other items, at the From the Clubhouse
    merchandise location inside AT&T Park. All items are obtained from the field
    or clubhouse, and authenticated by an MLB official who is at AT&T Park for all
    games, ensuring their authenticity before they arrive in the store. From the
    Clubhouse is open on game days, two hours prior to the game and one hour
    after the game, and is located on the Promenade Level behind home plate.


    Located behind Centerfield below the main scoreboard, the Garden at AT&T
    Park is a first-of-its-kind mini-farm and outdoor classroom. The Giants and
    Bon Appétit Management Company created the 4,320-square-foot Garden to
    provide a platform for community engagement and education as well as 50+
    kinds of fresh produce throughout the year. In addition to being a unique
    gathering place during games and private parties, the Garden hosts almostweekly
    field trips for Bay Area children, providing lessons in growing and
    cooking healthy food.


    Located adjacent to Little Giants Park in Fan Lot just beyond the left field foul
    pole is a small food court anchored by a Ghirardelli Ice Cream Sundae Stand.


    Giants Baseball Camps, open to boys and girls ages 5-14, are the perfect
    combination of instruction, competition, and fun. The weeklong day camps
    are held in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area, feature the highest
    caliber coaching staff. Each camper receives an official Giants uniform and
    participates in a chartered bus trip to AT&T Park for a VIP tour and chance to
    meet a current or former Giants player. Please visit for
    more information.


    The Giants Community Fund collaborates with the San Francisco Giants
    by using baseball as a forum to encourage underserved youth and their
    families to live healthy, productive lives. The Fund supports Junior Giants 
    leagues throughout Northern California, Nevada and Oregon and provides
    assistance to targeted community initiatives in the areas of Education, Health
    and Violence Prevention.

    Since its inception in 1991, the Fund has donated over $21 million to
    community efforts. The Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is managed by a
    30-member Board of Directors, and is sustained by contributions from
    individuals, businesses and foundations through a number of special
    partnerships and fundraisers. Please visit for more information.


    • Along Third Street, between Willie Mays and Lefty O'Doul plazas
    • Street Level: Giants Dugout Store
    • Second/Third Levels: Executive/Administrative Offices


    The Giants have ten Dugout Store locations for all game day and novelty
    needs. Stores carry everything from official Giants caps, jerseys and jackets
    to individual game tickets. Many items can be personalized with names on
    jerseys and jackets. Ask any store personnel for assistance.

    NOTE: All Giants Dugout Stores also sell Giants tickets.

    Giants Dugout • AT&T Park
    Street Level along Third Street San Francisco, CA 94107
    (415) 947-3419
    Monday through Sunday • 10 am -6 pm

    On game days, the store is open at least two hours before the game and at least ONE hour postgame.

    Giants Dugout • AT&T Park - King St
    Street Level at 2nd and King Streets San Francisco, CA 94107
    (415) 947-3419

    On game days, the store is open at least two hours before the game and at least ONE hour postgame.

    Giants Dugout • Embarcadero
    Four Embarcadero Center Street Level at Drumm Street San Francisco, CA 94111
    (415) 951-8888
    Monday through Friday • 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday • 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday • 12-5 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Hillsdale
    Hillsdale Shopping Center 225 Hillsdale Shopping Center, San Mateo, CA 94403
    Monday through Saturday • 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday • 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Serramonte
    Serramonte Shopping Center #127-B Serramonte Shopping Center Daly City, CA 94015
    (650) 755-7571
    Monday through Saturday • 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday • 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Stonestown
    Stonestown Galleria 3251 - 20th Avenue #123 San Francisco, CA 94132
    (415) 242-3222
    Monday through Saturday • 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday • 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Stanford Shopping Center
    850 Stanford Shopping Center Palo Alto, CA 94301
    650) 323-9790
    Monday through Friday • 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. • Saturday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. • Sunday • 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Union Square
    337 Geary Blvd. (Next door to Lefty O'Doul's) San Francisco, CA 94102
    (415) 956-3704
    Monday through Sunday • 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Walnut Creek
    1231 South Main Street (Across from Broadway Plaza) Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    (925) 274-1784
    Monday through Friday • 10 am -9 pm Saturday • 10 am -6 pm Sunday • 11 am -6 pm

    Giants Dugout • Westfield Oakridge
    925 Blossom Hill Rd #1577, San Jose, CA 95123
    Monday through Thursday • 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday through Saturday • 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday • 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Giants Dugout • Westfield Valley Fair
    Valley Fair Shopping Center 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd. Space B-2171 Santa Clara, CA 95050
    (408) 241-2525
    Monday through Friday • 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Saturday • 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday • 11 a.m.-7 p.m.


    Giants Enterprises is dedicated to developing opportunities for the San
    Francisco Giants organization beyond the operation of the Major League
    Baseball franchise. A wholly owned subsidiary, Giants Enterprises is
    charged with finding ways to utilize AT&T Park and other Bay Area venues
    that will be complementary to Major League Baseball and sensitive to the
    surrounding neighborhood. This includes serving as an extension to the existing
    convention, meeting and event space for activities such as special events,
    receptions, and corporate and family entertainment shows. All employee
    policies pertaining to codes of conduct apply to all ballpark events. For more
    information, please call (415) 972-1800, or visit


    Giants Magazine, the official magazine of the San Francisco Giants, features
    in-depth stories and the latest news on the team, a player roster, a scorecard,
    and lots of photos of the team, on and off the field. The six-issue publication
    is sold at souvenir stands throughout the ballpark, at all Giants Dugout Stores
    and online at


    Giants gift cards are available at all Giants Dugout Stores in $25 and $50
    denominations. Giants gift cards are also available through our mail order
    service by calling (415) 575-5101. Giants gift cards are not available online.
    Giants gift cards can be used to purchase food, merchandise, and Giants
    game tickets at AT&T Park.


    The Gotham Club is a private, speakeasy-style social club that
    provides members-only experiences while celebrating the rich history of the
    Giants franchise. Members receive game-day access to the following Club
    spaces throughout AT&T Park: The Clubhouse is located behind the out-oftown
    scoreboard and can be accessed via an exterior Portwalk entrance,
    adjacent to the Virgin America Loft, or through an interior entrance near Landers
    Landing. The Bullpen is located on the right field warning track and is
    accessible pre-game through the exterior Portwalk entrance. The Game
    Room is located on the Oracle Suite Level and may be accessed via the Willie
    Mays Suite Lobby elevators. For more information, please call (415) 972-
    1883 or visit


    The Giants are committed to making AT&T Park the "greenest" ballpark in the country by making environmental stewardship a top priority.

    Achievements: The MLB Sustainable Operations Committee of MLB Stadium Operations Directors has announced the San Francisco Giants as the winner of the 2014 Green Glove Award. This is the seventh consecu­tive year the Giants have received the award. The Giants had the highest recycling rate in Major League Baseball meaning they diverted the most waste from landfills. The Giants diverted 94.82% of their trash from landfill during the 2012 season. The Giants were also awarded the WRAP Award, The Waste Reduction Awards Program, administered by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (Cal Recycle) in 2010 for outstanding waste reduction efforts. In 2012 the Giants won The Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Award (GEELA), California's highest environmen­tal honor. The program recognizes individuals, organizations, and busi­nesses that have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made notable, voluntary contributions in conserving California's precious resources, protecting and enhancing our environment, building public-private partner­ships and strengthening the State's economy. All awards are on the Club Level behind home plate in a sustainable display case.

    LEED stands for green building leadership. LEED is transforming the way we think about how buildings and communities are designed, constructed, maintained and operated across the globe.

    LEED certified buildings save money and resources and have a positive impact on the health of occupants, while promoting renewable, clean energy.

    LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. To receive LEED certification, building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve different levels of certification. Prerequisites and credits differ for each rating system, and teams choose the best fit for their project.

    There are four levels of certification - the number of points a project earns determines the level of LEED certification that the project will receive. Typical certification thresholds are:

    • Certified 40-49 Points
    • Silver 50-59 Points
    • Gold 60-79 Points
    • Platinum 80+ Points

    LEED GOLD EBOM: Five years after becoming the first ballpark in the United States to earn LEED Silver Certification for Existing Buildings, Operations and Maintenance in 2010 for their concerted efforts to conserve power and water, recycle waste and implement renewable energy sources and programs in their daily operations of the ballpark - the Giants turned in their Silver status for GOLD. These ongoing efforts to maximize efficiencies in their greening and sustainability practices resulted in significant and continued improvements in the areas of transportation, recycling, energy and water usage. This earned the Giants a reclassification from LEED Silver to LEED Gold in April of 2015.

    Green Garlic Fries Anyone? Sustainable Concession Stand: The Giants, in partnership with PG&E, Centerplate, Henny Penny and Coca-Cola, turned one of its most popular concession stands; the Gilroy Garlic Fries stand (Promenade Level, Section 119) into the ballpark's FIRST sustainable stand. This 550-square foot sustainable stand was completely retrofitted with Henny Penny Open Fryers, which reduce gas consumption by 32 percent, cut utility cost by more than half and automatically reduce cooking oil consumption by 12 percent. Coca-Cola's Energy Management System Cooler saves up to 35 percent more energy than traditional models. The standard lights were replaced with High Lumen lights and ballast lamp starters, which are the most efficient tube (T8) lights and starters available and use 36.5 percent less electricity. The signage in the stand, provided by, is made on 100 percent biodegradable and recyclable materials. The drink cups are recyclable and the paper boats and carry trays are compostable. The paint used to repaint the stand "green" is environmentally friendly. In all, the stands energy efficient appliances save enough energy to fry an additional 110 tons of garlic fries. Approximately, 800 pounds of garlic fries are prepared in this stand per game.

    Green Team: The GREEN TEAM was established in 2009. The GREEN TEAM is comprised of designated employees who are easily identified by their unique uniforms and badges made from recycled materials. The Green Team proactively works with ballpark guests to assist with their recycling and composting of trash.

    Recycling: The Giants are successful in diverting 94% percent of their waste from going to the landfill through an aggressive recycling and composting program that operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Recyclables and compostable trash include cans, bottles, plastic cups, cardboard, paper, wood pallets, electronic components, light bulbs, batteries, cooking grease, food waste and grass clippings.

    Solar Power: The Giants, in partnership with PG&E, became the first MLB ballpark to install a solar system that generates green energy for PG&E customers in the City and County of San Francisco. PG&E installed 590 Sharp solar panels in three areas of AT&T Park - on the Port walk along McCovey Cove, on a canopy over the Willie Mays pedestrian ramp and on the roof of the Giants Building. Since its installation in 2007, the solar system has provided enough power to power over 5,200 homes, and avoids the emission of over 360,000 pounds of greenhouse gases.

    Energy Efficiency: Since AT&T Park opened in 2000, improvements in energy efficiency have been a daily priority of the ballpark operations team, especially in the area of lighting retrofits. The fan experience has continually been enhanced throughout the years with the addition of party suites, food offerings, and game presentation (i.e., HD Scoreboard), and the additions have actually resulted in decreased energy usage. The lighting retrofits completed at AT&T Park have saved approximately 171,000-kilo­watt hours of energy usage, which is the equivalent of powering 25 homes for a year. Retrofit projects have included replacing several hundred incandescent lights with compact fluorescent lamps, installing motion sensor lighting, replacing concourse signage lighting with an infrared-type high output lamp controlled by a low output ballast, installing Dyson hand dryers in designated bathrooms and stripe curtains in all walk-in refrigera­tors. The Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision HD scoreboard, installed in 2007, is 78 percent more efficient than its predecessor.

    Water Conservation: The Giants have implemented a number of water conservation measures in their efforts to maintain one of the best playing fields in baseball. Conservation measures include: The installation of an irrigation clock, which receives weather conditions, including evaporation-transpiration information, from five different weather stations. It uses this information, coupled with the measured site data, to establish zone watering times. This has resulted in a 33 to 50 percent drop in irrigation water usage.

    The usage of an amended infield mix from a 66% sand, 20% silt and 14% clay to a 50% sand, 25% silt and 25% clay infield mix. The increase of clay reduces the watering of the field by 33 percent.

    The usage of an efficient irrigation head results in increased nozzle distribution of water and a pervasion wetting agent that allows the water to infiltrate the soil quicker.

    The usage of a field wide sub-aeration system that can assist in water retention in the root system of the grass from the maintenance of positive air pressure in the drainage system

    Non-Smoking Facility: AT&T Park is a 100 percent non-smoking facility. There are no longer any in-park designated smoking areas as the Giants move to ensure an environmentally friendly atmosphere for all. Smoking by electronic cigarettes or any vaporization is included in this prohibition.


    Anchor Plaza, Triples Alley (Port walk under the out-of-town scoreboard), Club King Street, Virgin America Flight Deck, and Club Mural Room.


    Anchor Plaza, Triples Alley, Landers Landing, Club King, Virgin America
    Flight Deck, and tailgate spaces are Group Sales party locations.
    For rental information please call 415-972-2298.


    The Giants are dedicated to providing a high-quality entertainment
    experience at AT&T Park. Guests interfering with a ball in play, using foul
    language, making obscene gestures, wearing culturally insensitive attire,
    smoking or appearing to be in an impaired condition may be ejected from
    the ballpark. In addition, any guest entering the field of play or throwing
    objects in the stands or onto the field, with the exception of home run balls,
    may face arrest and prosecution.


    Guest Services personnel are stationed at the Guest Services Office,
    located behind home plate on the Promenade Level, for wheelchair
    requests, lost and found items, information about public transportation,
    game schedules, lost and found children and parents, and a variety of other
    services. Concierge personnel are available to assist guests on the Virgin
    America Club and Oracle Suite levels, near the Willie Mays Clock Tower

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    Located in Luxury Suite #62 on the left field side of the Oracle Suite Level,
    this suite is a salute to Giants Hall of Famers including the great Willie
    Mays! The Hall of Fame Suite can accommodate up to 30 guests. It is
    available on a per-game basis.


    Polo Grounds
    First Game • June 28, 1911
    When Used • National League Giants: June 28, 1911-Sept. 29, 1957.
    American League Yankees: May 30, 1912 (morning game), April 17, 1913-
    Oct. 8, 1922. National League Mets: April 13-Sept. 18, 1962
    Original Cost • NA
    How Named • Polo was played in the 1870s on a site just north of Central
    Park. The site became known as the Polo Grounds. By 1883, baseball had
    taken over the site. The New Yorks (later called the Giants) of the National
    League played in the southeast corner of the park and the Metropolitans
    of the American Association played in the southwest corner. In 1889,
    when the Giants were evicted from the original Polo Grounds, they moved
    uptown to a stadium on the southern parcel of Coogan's Hollow. Also
    known as Manhattan Field, from the beginning it was called the new Polo
    Grounds (Polo Grounds II).
    Design Style • Major League Classic
    Field Dimensions • the dimensions changed numerous times, but the
    most recognized are as follows:
    Left Field • 279 feet
    Left Center Field left of bullpen • 447 feet
    Left Center Field right of bullpen • 455 feet
    Center Field • 483 feet
    Right Center Field left of bullpen • 475 feet
    Right Center Field right of bullpen • 440 feet
    Right Field • 258 feet
    Height of Outfield Fence • 1911-1922
    Left Field to Center Field • 10 feet (concrete)
    Center Field • 20 feet (tarp)
    Right Center Field • 10 feet (concrete)
    Right Field • 12 feet sloping to 11 feet at the pole (concrete)
    Height of Outfield Fence • 1923-1963
    Left Field • 16.81 feet (concrete)
    Left Center Field • 18 feet (concrete)
    Point where Left Field wall ended at bleachers • 12 feet (concrete)
    Center Field bleachers wall • 8.5 feet (4.25 feet wire on top of 4.25 feet
    concrete) on both sides of clubhouse runway
    Center Field hitters background • 16.5 feet on both sides of clubhouse
    Center Field clubhouse • 60 feet high and 60 feet wide (50 feet high in
    Center Field top of Longines clock • 80 feet Center Field top of scoreboard
    • 64 feet
    Center Field top of Eddie Grant Memorial • 5 feet, Center Field width of little
    office on top of lower clubhouse • 10 feet
    Right Center Field • 12 feet (concrete)
    Right Field • 10.64 feet (concrete)
    Location • New York City
    Center Field (SE), Eighth Avenue, then IRT elevated tracks, Harlem River,
    and Harlem River Drive; 3rd Base (NE), West 159th St. and IRT Rail Yards;
    home plate (NW), Bridge Park, the Harlem River Speedway, Cogan's Bluff,
    and Croton Aqueduct; 1st Base (SW), West 157th St. trace; same site as
    Polo Grounds III; in the northern half of Coogan's Hollow, 115 feet below
    Coogan's Bluff.
    Financing • NA
    Seating Capacity
    1911 • 34,000
    1923 • 55,000
    Luxury Suites • 0

    Seals Stadium
    First Game • April 15, 1958
    When Used • NL Giants, April 15, 1958-Sept. 20, 1959; Originally built
    for minor league San Francisco Seals and Missions. Seals became sole
    tenants in 1938, when the Missions moved to Hollywood and became the
    Stars. Seals continued to play in stadium until Giants relocated in 1958.
    Original Cost • $600,000 How Named • Named after team
    Design Style • Minor league, Art Deco
    1958 Field Dimensions
    Left Field • 365 feet
    Left Center Field • 375 feet
    Just left of straightaway Center Field in the corner • 404 feet
    Center Field • 410 feet
    Just right of straightaway Center Field in the corner • 415 feet
    Mark where seats jutted out • 397 feet
    Right Field • 355 feet
    1959 Field Dimensions
    Left Field • 361 feet
    Left Center Field • 364 feet
    Center Field • 400 feet
    Right Field • 350 feet
    Height of Outfield Fence
    Left Field • 15 (5 feet concrete below 10 feet wire)
    Center Field Scoreboard • 30.5
    Right Field • 16 (5 feet concrete below 11 feet wire)
    Location • San Francisco
    Left Field (East) • Potrero Avenue
    3rd Base (North) • Alameda Street
    1st Base (West) • Bryant Street
    Right Field (South) • 16th Street & Franklin Square Park
    Financing • Paid for by Seals owners George Putnam, Dr. Charles Street
    and Charles Braham.
    Seating Capacity
    1931 • 16,000 1946 • 18,500 1958 • 22,900
    Luxury Suites • 0

    Candlestick Park
    First Game • April 12, 1960
    Original Cost • $24.6 million
    How Named • Fan balloting
    Design Style • Open-end, concrete; enclosed in 1972
    Field Dimensions • 1960
    Foul lines • 335 feet
    Power Alleys • 375 feet (left-center) and 385 feet (right-center)
    Center field • 420 feet
    Field Dimensions • 1961
    Foul lines shortened to 330 feet, power alleys to 365 feet in left-center and
    375 feet in right-center. Center field moved in to 410 feet.
    Field Dimensions • 1968
    Foul lines extended to 335 feet
    Field Dimensions • 1982
    Center field moved in to 400 feet and right-center moved in to 365 feet
    Field Dimensions • 1983
    Right foul line moved in to 328 feet
    Height of Outfield Fence
    1960 • 10 feet 1982 • 9 feet
    1974 • 8 feet 1993 • 8 feet
    1975 • 12 feet
    Location • Candlestick Point, San Francisco
    Financing • City of San Francisco
    Seating Capacity
    Originally • 42,500 1989 • 62,000
    1972 • 58,000 1994 • 63,000
    Luxury Suites • 85
    • Wait service in MVP suites
    • Specialty food and beverage stands
    • Picnic area

    AT&T Park
    First Game • April 11, 2000
    Original Cost • $357 million
    How Named • Corporate Sponsorship
    Former Name • Pacific Bell Park, 2000-2003; SBC Park, 2004-2006
    Design Style • Classic urban ballpark with an old-time feel; Brick façade
    Field Dimensions
    Right field foul line • 309 feet
    Left field foul line • 339 feet
    Right-center • 421 feet
    Center field • 404 feet
    Foul line to front row seats • 46 feet
    Home plate to front row seats • 48 feet
    Height of Outfield Fence • 8 to 25 feet
    Location • 12.7-acre sight bound by King, Second and Third streets, and
    the China Basin Channel in downtown San Francisco
    Financing • Private. $100 million from naming rights and sponsorships;
    $170 million bank loan; $72 million from sale of 16,000 charter seats; $15
    million in tax increment financing from the City's Redevelopment Agency
    Seating Capacity • Approximately 42,300 Luxury Suites • 67
     • Wait service in Virgin America Club Seats and Oracle Luxury Suites
     • Specialty food and beverage stands
     • Business/conference center
     • Concierge service
     • Coca-Cola Fan Lot
    AT&T Park hosts multiple non-baseball events every year, including
    Supercross, the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, Opera in the Park, and multiple
    concerts. If you would like more information, please visit

    Scottsdale Stadium
    Nestled in the heart of historic Old Town Scottsdale and surrounded by
    art galleries, restaurants and boutique shops, Scottsdale Stadium has
    become the home of not only the San Francisco Giants and the Arizona
    Fall League, but also of numerous special events, festivals, concerts, and
    parties. Designed by the architects of Camden Yards in Baltimore, the
    stadium is adorned with turn-of-the-century lamps, framed antique
    baseball gloves, and sidewalk bricks in the shape of home plate.
    When Built • Construction began in April 1991; Opened on March 12,
    Field Dimensions
    Right field foul line • 340 feet
    Left field foul line • 360 feet
    Center field • 430 feet
    Height of Outfield Fence • 10 feet
    Location • 11 total acres. There are over 200 trees on the stadium grounds
    with Shamel Ash, Jacaranda, and Palo Verde being the dominant species.
    Address: 7408 East Osborn Road, Scottsdale, AZ, 85251
    Seating Capacity • 11,200 Total
    3,688 Stadium Seats 4,500 Bleacher Seats 3,012 Berm Seats
    • State-of-the-art press facilities with pre-wiring for radio and television
    • Office space
    • 3 Concession stands
    • 3 Novelty stands
    • Multiple ticket booths
    • Private and free parking

    San Francisco has hosted the All-Star Game three times-in 1961 and 1984
    at Candlestick Park, and in 2007 at AT&T Park. The games were held in San
    Francisco exactly 23 years apart. Both games at Candlestick Park were won
    by the National League, 5-4 in extra innings in 1961, and 3-1 in 1984. The
    American League won 5-4, in the 2007 game at AT&T Park.



    HOVERBOARDS Due to safety issues, hoverboards are prohibited in AT&T Park.

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    Junior Giants, the flagship program of the Giants Community Fund, is a free,
    non-competitive program serving youth 5-18 years old, both in the inner
    cities and rural areas in California, Nevada, and Oregon. Along with the
    fundamentals of baseball, the leagues stress character development, literacy
    and healthy living. Visit to find a league near you.

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    After every Sunday day game, weather permitting, children age 14 and under
    can run the bases. Please be aware of any particular circumstances that
    may affect this event such as a change in game time. Refer to the Giants
    current season schedule for any affected dates. Children and their parents must
    exit the ballpark after the game and re-enter at the right field viewing portal
    from the Portwalk. After guests have finished running the bases, they will be
    directed out of the ballpark by event staff behind home plate. The promotion
    is held at the discretion of management.



    Six window displays are located in the ballpark at street level along King Street, and house a series of informative exhibits.

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    Laser pointers are not allowed in the ballpark.


    Lefty O'Doul Plaza is located at Third and Berry streets. The Lefty O'Doul
    Bridge is adjacent to the Lefty O'Doul Plaza entrance to AT&T Park and is the
    primary connector between the ballpark and the Giants parking lots. Joseph
    Strauss, who also designed the better-known Golden Gate Bridge, designed
    the historic bridge, which opened in 1933. The Lefty O'Doul Bridge is a
    working drawbridge that once carried streetcar and train traffic in addition
    to automobiles and pedestrians. During a recent renovation, two lanes of the
    bridge were outfitted with a pedestrian-friendly surface to accommodate the
    thousands of baseball guests who walk over the bridge from the parking lots
    to AT&T Park. The bridge is named after Francis Joseph "Lefty" O'Doul, one
    of San Francisco's most popular ballplayers. Lefty O'Doul's baseball career
    spanned five decades and included time in uniform as a pitcher, outfielder,
    and manager. O'Doul spent parts of three seasons with the New York Giants,
    and played for and managed the Pacific Coast League's San Francisco Seals.
    In his most memorable Major League season, O'Doul batted .398 and hit 32
    home runs in 1929.


    The right field section of AT&T Park is named "Levi's® Landing." Levi's® Landing features the ballpark's signature right field wall and arcade. The Splash Hits counter keeps track of Giants home runs hit into McCovey Cove.


    A total of 668 light fixtures illuminate the playing field at AT&T Park. The fixtures are installed on five light standards, the tallest of which measures 178 feet. Special lighting technology allows for intense lighting of the inside of the ballpark and very little light leakage into the surrounding neighborhood.


    Assistive listening devices are available upon request at the Guest Services Office located on the Promenade Level behind Home Plate.


    If a guest has lost an item during the game, he/she should contact the
    nearest Ballpark Operations or Guest Services staff member for assistance.
    Items will be held for one week. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity.
    After games guests may call Lost and Found at (415) 972-2156 and leave
    a detailed description of the lost item, with the time, date and location of
    where they think the item was misplaced. Guests may also e-mail Lost and
    Found at with this information. Guests who lost
    an item in a Luxury Suite may call the Luxury Suite Office at (415) 972-2100.
    Guests will be contacted only if the item is found.


    Every child should be told to contact the nearest Ballpark Operations staff member should he or she become lost.should go to the Guest Services Office on the Promenade level near seating section 119. To help lost kids find their parents, small children should have their tickets pinned to their shirt or pants, or tucked into a pocket or sock at all times while inside the park. Guests may also obtain a wristband, on which a child's seat location can be recorded, from any Security or Guest Services supervisor at the Fan Lot, and at the Guest Services Office.


    Lou Seal, the Giants zany, lovable mascot, is available for personal
    appearances during the off-season and when the Giants are on the road. All
    appearances will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Schedule online or call (415) 972-2351 for more information.



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    MARGE WALLACE (March 24, 1926-June 21, 2003)

    Marjorie Wallace, also known as Ballpark Marge, the No. 1 Giants Fan, passed away in 2003 at the age of 77. Marge was a longtime fixture at San Francisco Giants games. She began watching the Giants in 1960 and rarely missed a game at Candlestick Park and AT&T Park. Marge became a big part of the Giants family, arriving hours before each game. She was given her own personal chair in front of the Giants clubhouse, where she sat and greeted the players with high-fives as they arrived to the ballpark. Marge is missed, but never forgotten. A plaque with her picture hangs outside the clubhouse door, above where she used to sit, in Marge's memory.


    Walk-through magnetometers are located at all ballpark entrances to further
    ensure the safety of our guests. Please have all metal containing objects
    removed from your person and placed on the security screening table before
    entering the magnetometers.


    Located behind the right field foul pole, this area of the China Basin Channel
    is affectionately referred to as McCovey Cove in honor of Giants fan favorite,
    first baseman Willie McCovey. It is approximately 355 feet down the right
    field line from home plate to McCovey Cove. The cove is about 20 feet deep
    in the boat channel at the average low tide and 28 feet deep at the average
    high tide. The water temperature averages 58 degrees Fahrenheit.


    The San Francisco Giants Media Guide provides a history of the franchise,
    with updated biographies and statistics on every player in the Giants
    organization. The guide can be purchased at any Giants Dugout Store, at
    ballpark souvenir stands, through the Giants web site at, or by
    calling (415) 575-5101 or (800) 442-6873.


    AT&T Park and many of the various venues and levels within the ballpark
    can be rented on non-game days for conferences, meetings, trade shows
    and private parties. Catering and event planning services are also available.
    Call (415) 972-1800 for information.


    Giants merchandise can be purchased at the nine Giants Dugout Stores, online at, or at in-park merchandise kiosks. Guests will find a wide variety of gifts and souvenirs at AT&T Park's 15 merchandise locations, including two Clubhouse stores located behind home plate on the Promenade and View levels. Fans have the opportunity to purchase one-of-a kind items including game used jerseys, bats, balls, helmets and other items, at the From the Clubhouse merchandise location inside AT&T Park. All items are obtained from the field or clubhouse, and
    authenticated by an MLB official who is at AT&T Park for all games, ensuring their authenticity before they arrive in the store. From the Clubhouse is open on game days, two hours prior to the game and one hour after the game, and is newly located on the Promenade Level behind home plate.


    The Giants have seven minor league affiliates: 

    • Sacramento River Cats - AAA Pacific Coast League
    • Richmond Flying Squirrels - AA Eastern League
    • San Jose Giants - (High) A California League
    • Augusta Green Jackets - (Low) A South Atlantic League
    • Salem-Keizer Volcanoes - (Rookie) Northwest League
    • AZL Giants - (Rookie) Arizona League
    • DSL Giants - (Rookie) Dominican Summer League



    The San Francisco Giants are dedicated to enriching our community through innovation and excellence on and off the field.


    This lounge is located at the Virgin America Club Level Concierge Desk adjacent to the Willie Mays elevator .While the Virgin America Club Level is accessible to Virgin America Club Level ticketholders only, the lounge is
    open to all nursing mothers. Non Virgin America Club Level ticketholders may access the lounge from the Willie Mays elevator or adjoining stairwell.

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    Submit your National Anthem audition via our online submission form.


    Nets, ropes, and any other devices used to obtain objects from the field are
    not permitted at any time, including batting practice.


    For the comfort and enjoyment of all guests, noisemakers of any kind (i.e.,
    air horns, etc.) are prohibited at AT&T Park.

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    Located on the fourth level of the ballpark are AT&T Park's 67 private luxury suites. Suite number 1 (the Tony Bennett Suite) through number 67 provide the ultimate place to entertain friends, family or business associates. Suites
    hold 12-30 people and are equipped with 3 televisions, dual-line telephones, a touch screen computer, and refrigerator.

    Other amenities include: in-suite catering, Virgin America Club Level access, concierge service and priority
    reserved parking spaces.

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    Ballpark parking lots open three hours before game time.

    • Parking Map
    Game Time 12:45 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:15 p.m
    Parking Lot Opens 9:45 a.m. 10:05 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 4:15 p.m
    Park Gates Open 10:45 a.m. 11:05 a.m. 2:15 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 5:15 p.m

    Operated by Imperial Parking, AT&T Park offers parking in Lots A, C, Pier 48 and Pier 30 and is sold on a first come/first served basis. Lot A is permit only and the others are cash only.

    Parking Costs*:

    Pier 48 - $38 (cash only)

    Pier 48 - Oversize Bus Stalls $70 (cash only)

    Lot C - $38 (cash only)

    Pier 30 - $30-$35 (cash only)

    *all rates are regular season only and are subject to change for the postseason

    ADA Parking is available in all lots, but is subject to availability. Lot A is permit only and the others are cash only. Free ADA shuttle service begins running 2 hours prior to game until 1 hour after. Shuttles drop and pick up at the Ballpark next to the Giants Dugout store on Third Street. If there isn't an ADA parking space available or you require pickup, simply let the nearest parking attendant or director know and they will radio for pickup. Guest drop-off zones are located on both sides of the ballpark, one at the Second and King Streets entrance, and one on Third Street near the Giants Dugout Store.

    Oversized vehicles must park in the Bus Lot located on the east side of Lot A accessed via Terry Francois Blvd at Mission Rock St. Camping in vehicles is not permitted.

    Tailgating is permitted in Lots A (permit lot only), C and Pier 30. Tailgate groups may utilize their vehicle parking space only. Spaces are not available for purchase for additional standing room. Large groups looking to purchase spaces for parties should contact Giants Group Sales at 415-972-2298.

    AAA provides automotive assistance during every home game to assist fans with lockouts, battery jumps and flat tires. Beginning at the 7th inning a service truck will be located in the Giants Parking Lots until one hour after the game ends. Any service requests during and outside of this time can be requested either directly via parking staff or by calling AAA service at: 1-866 526-0541.


    We encourage fans to use our printable schedule or pick one up from a Giants Dugout Store, but to have a 2017 pocket schedule mailed to you (max of 10), please click on the link below to complete the request form. Pocket schedules will be mailed (via USPS - US orders only) within 7-10 days of submission. This program will end on Friday, April 14th.

    Request a Pocket Schedule


    The Portwalk, located beyond the outfield wall, is one of the ballpark's most unique features. Guests can take in sweeping views of the bay while strolling along the water's edge. They can also stop to take an
    occasional peek at the ballgame in the tradition of the old knothole gang.

    Guests may view a ballgame, free of charge, for up to three innings or longer, depending on the size of the crowd. No alcoholic beverages (which includes non-alcoholic beer and wine), cans or bottles are allowed in the viewing
    portal area. The following rules apply to the Portwalk area:

    1. Chairs on the Portwalk, swimming, feeding of the wildlife, private boat docking and fishing are not allowed in this area.
    2. Vendors must obtain the proper permit before they can peddle goods along the Portwalk.

    Giants management reserves the right to change or modify this policy as necessary.

    Fishing is allowed off of the north pier adjacent to the South Beach Marina. Docking and launching of private vessels is available at the Recreational Boating Facility at Pier 38. Please call the Harbormaster at (415) 495-4911 for more information.


    The Press Box is located on the Promenade and Virgin America Club Levels.

    CREDENTIALS: Credentials will be issued only to legitimate media. Season credentials will be issued only to those news agencies that cover the Giants on a daily basis. All requests for regular season media and photo
    credentials must be submitted on Major League Baseball's online credential site: Media that do not receive full-season Giants credentials may obtain single credentials. Media will need to apply
    on the website 48 hours in advance of each game requested. Daily media credentials are subject to availability. All daily media credentials can be picked up at the Media Credential Distribution Center, located adjacent to the Dignity Health Center on the Portwalk. Credentials must be visibly worn at all times.

    Bob Stevens Press Box:

    Bob Stevens Press Box: The Bob Stevens Press Box is located on the
    Promenade Level of AT&T Park, directly above Sections 113-117. The
    entrance to the press box can be accessed via the media elevator or
    adjacent stairwell from the Blue Shield Field Club Level walkway. The press box is a
    working area for the news media and no cheering or other distracting noise
    is permitted at any time. Anyone violating this policy will be asked to leave
    the premises. Persons without credentials will not be admitted.

    Hodges-Simmons Broadcast Center:

    All broadcast booths for live game coverage are located at the Hodges-Simmons Broadcast Center on the Virgin
    America Club Level of AT&T Park (one level above the press box). From the Blue Shield Field Club Level walkway, take the media elevator or adjacent stairwell to the Virgin America Club Level to access the broadcast booths.

    Persons without credentials will not be admitted. Booth 10 is the Visiting General Manager's box. The Broadcast Center can also be accessed from the Virgin America Club Level near Section 219.

    Sam Skinner Media Lounge:

    The Sam Skinner Media Lounge is located directly behind the broadcast booths on the Virgin America Club Level. The
    lounge is open for pre-game meal service beginning two hours prior to
    game time to accredited media members only. There is a nominal charge
    for meals.

    Nick Peters Media Interview Room:

    The Nick Peters Media Interview Room is located adjacent to the Giants clubhouse on the Blue Shield Field Club (service)
    level of the ballpark. The room will be used for media conferences and other special interviews.

    Broadcast Booth Passes:

    Radio and television announcers of the home and visiting clubs who wish to have guests in the broadcast booth must
    obtain broadcast booth passes. Broadcasters should make arrangements with their respective club media relations representative(s) in advance. Individuals without the appropriate credentials will not be admitted.


    Adjacent to the Press Box this premium space accommodates 30 guests
    and includes Food & Beverage credit within each ticket. Located in Lower
    Box 119, it has a great view from behind home plate. For more information
    about this premium space, please call an Executive Sales Representative at
    (415) 972-2298.


    On the 250+ days when baseball isn't being played, AT&T Park provides an unparalleled setting for any type of private event - from a fantasy batting practice for your company to a corporate meeting or reception. Equipped with modern amenities and perfectly located on the waterfront with sweeping views of the bay, our professional event staff can assist you in coordinating a memorable experience for you and your guests. Please call (415) 972-1800 for more information, or visit


    The Promenade Level is the main concourse level at AT&T Park. On this
    level, all guests can enjoy many of the park's amenities and experience
    breathtaking views of the city while circumnavigating the entire ballpark.


    Located behind Sections 107 and 135 on the Promenade Level, these patio
    tables accommodate 4 guests each. Tickets include food and beverage
    credit and access to the Blue Shield Field Club Lounge and Virgin America Club Level.
    For more information about these premium spaces, please call an Executive
    Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.


    Operated by Bon Appétit Management Company, Public House is a modern pub designed to be a year-round destination for great sports watching. It offers one of the largest draft beer and cask ale arrays in San Francisco,
    with 24 beers on tap and more than 100 bottled varieties - many of them hard-to-find local and/or craft varieties - plus a full bar. Overseen by James Beard award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins, Public House's menu
    includes burgers, sandwiches, delicious salads, and more. Giants fans can head straight to the game via Public House's special entrance into AT&T Park!

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    50/50 RAFFLE

    Giants fans will have the opportunity to support the Giants Community Fund by purchasing 50/50 raffle tickets at home games throughout the 2016 season. Tickets will be sold pre-game through the 6th inning. Ticket sellers will be stationed throughout the ballpark and at the raffle kiosk on the Promenade Level behind home plate. The winning number will be posted on the scoreboard and at the kiosk in the 7th inning.

    One lucky fan will win 50% of the total amount collected during each game and the remaining 50% will benefit the Giants Community Fund. For more information, visit


    Please be aware of a change to our re-entry policy. In an effort to further ensure fan safety at AT&T Park, ballpark re-entry will not be allowed once the game begins. If you need to exit and re-enter AT&T Park for reasons such as accessing your car, smoking, meeting others or personal needs, you must exit and re-enter before first pitch. This procedure will take effect starting with the first exhibition game on Thursday, March 30th. Please plan accordingly as you will not be allowed re-entry on the same ticket once the game begins except in cases of emergency or to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities. Re-entry is limited at all major Bay Area sports venues and our revised policy helps us enhance fan safety and security at AT&T Park


    There are 52 public restrooms (21 for men, 21 for women and 10 family) located on all levels throughout the
    ballpark. Restrooms on the Promenade and View levels are painted yellow for easy identification, and all contain baby-changing tables.

    Women Restroom locations:
    Field: Section 108, 119; Wardrobe Room; under Bleachers at Section
    142;Promenade: Sections 107, 126, 131, 116 (by Willie Mays Tower)
    Virgin America Club: Sections 204, 213, 218, 226, 234
    Oracle Luxury Suite: Suites 6, 33, 55
    View: Sections 305, 313, 319, 324, 330
    Men's Restroom locations:
    Field: Sections 110, 124; Wardrobe Room; Bleachers at Section 142
    Promenade: Sections 110, 123, 133, 116 (by Willie Mays Tower)
    Virgin America Club: Sections 204, 213, 218, 227, 234
    Oracle Luxury Suite: Suites 10, 30, 58
    View: Sections 305, 311, 321, 328, 331
    Family Restroom locations:
    Field: Section 113
    Promenade: Sections 126, 107 (exit area to Lefty O'Doul Plaza) Section
    142 (near center field scoreboard area)
    Virgin America Club: Sections 213, 229
    Oracle Luxury Suite: Suites 10, 48
    View: Sections 313, 319


    Guests must remove their inline skates prior to entering AT&T Park. Guests will be expected to store their skates safely under their seats. Skate shoes must be worn as shoes only while in the ballpark.


    The San Francisco Giants have implemented a name/seat location/phone number wristband program to help reunite
    children with their parents/guardians if they become separated at the ballpark. Orange wristbands can be obtained at the Guest Services Office behind home plate on the Promenade Level and at the Fan Lot.


    Please remind guests that Giants staff and the San Francisco Police
    Department will enforce the following ballpark rules:

    • No alcohol (this includes non-alcoholic beer and wine) or illegal drugs may be brought into AT&T Park. Anyone found drinking under the legal age, using illegal drugs, or breaking any other laws, will be subject to immediate ejection and criminal prosecution. Any guest perceived to be in an intoxicated or impaired state may be denied admission to the park.
    • AT&T Park is a Smoke-Free ballpark. Electronic smoking and smoking by vaporization are included in this "Smoke-Free" designation and are prohibited. Guests who fail to comply with AT&T Park's No-Smoking policy may be asked to exit the ballpark.
    • The Giants are proud of the rich diversity of our fan base who cheer us on at AT&T Park. It is in this spirit that we urge all fans to be mindful and respectful of each other. Any fan wearing culturally insensitive attire, using obscene or abusive language, engaging in antisocial conduct offensive to those around them or displaying any other offensive behavior is subject to removal from the ballpark. If you observe a fan acting in this manner, please contact Giants security by texting the word "FOUL" to 69050, followed by your message. Please do not take the matter into your own hands.
    • Guests entering the playing field, or who throw (or attempt to throw) objects, with the exception of home run balls, in the stands or onto the field, are subject to ejection and criminal prosecution . Fans interfering while a ball is in play are subject to ejection.
    • Guests should keep their ticket stubs with them at all times. Guests are encouraged to place children's ticket stubs in the child's pocket or pin them to a shirt or jacket. Tickets must be shown to any and all ballpark employees and SFPD personnel upon request.
    • Sealed plastic bottles and soft-sided juice containers containing nonalcoholic beverages are allowed in AT&T Park. Unsealed plastic bottles and soft-sided containers will be subject to inspection and may be confiscated.
    • Glass and metal cans are not permitted. Alcoholic beverages cannot be brought into the ballpark.
    • Items intended for sale or trade may not be brought onto AT&T Park property, including the main parking lot, without a permit or license.
    • Nets and ropes used to obtain objects from the field are not permitted at any time, including batting practice.
    • Hoverboards are prohibited in the park.
    • Drones are not allowed to be flown over or around the ballpark.
    • Air horns are prohibited in the park. These items may be confiscated.
    • Tailgating is allowed only in specially designated areas of the AT&T Park parking lot, or in the space occupied by the guest's car. Only one parking space is allowed per vehicle.
    • Large bags or containers measuring OVER 16" x 16" x 8" are NOT allowed into the ballpark. All permitted bags, including purses, briefcases, and diaper bags (smaller than 16" x 16" x 8") may be searched before entering the park. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to allow additional time when entering the park. Per MLB guidelines, NO HARD-SIDED coolers will be allowed. Soft-sided coolers are permitted. All bags and containers are subject to search.
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    This individual game Suite is located on the Promenade Level with the entrance near seating section 112. It is available for rent on a per-game basis. Call (415) 972-2298 for complete details. The price of the rental includes 30 game tickets and four parking passes.   


    In 2007, the Giants and AT&T installed a new Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision video display, the first 32x9 aspect ratio outdoor high definition scoreboard in North American professional sports. The video display measures 103 feet wide and 31½ feet high.

    The scoreboard clock face, which includes the Giants name, is 25 feet in diameter. 

    Personalized scoreboard messages are available on a limited basis at Giants home games. Messages are $150. Messages will appear on the LED video board just below the main scoreboard during a specified inning break. Partial proceeds benefit the Giants Community Fund. Please visit, or call (415) 972-2349, or email for more information. To order a scoreboard message visit:


    Keep track of the game on an official Giants scorecard. Scorecards are available in the Giants magazine, or can be purchased separately for $1. Both are sold at souvenir stands around the ballpark. 


    Located behind center field, this waterfront entrance to the ballpark features a statue honoring San Francisco's first professional baseball team-the Seals. Designed by Alfredo Osorio, the statue is a likeness of the team's logo-a seal balancing a baseball on its nose. Seals Plaza is also the entrance to the China Basin Ferry Terminal. 


    The Second Street Gate is located at Second and King Streets and is one of four elevator entrances to the ballpark. The plaza area is the only plaza at AT&T Park located inside the park's gates. A ramp and elevator are available for accessible use to the Oracle Luxury Suites at this entrance. There is no Blue Shield Field Club Level access at this entrance.


    The Security Office is located off of the Promenade stairwell in Section 131. Text the word FOUL (for a problem) or FAIR (for a comment /compliment) followed by your message to 69050. A discreet and effective response will be forthcoming. 


    See Animals


    Located behind Section 131 on the Promenade Level, the Security Office opens when gates open to the public, and remains open until approximately one hour after the completion of the game.


    Skateboarding and scooter riding in AT&T Park are prohibited. Guests may bring skateboards to the ballpark as long as they can be conveniently and safely stored under the seat. Hoverboards are not permitted inside the park. Razor scooters are allowed into the ballpark. Electric scooters (not used for a disability) are not allowed in the ballpark.


    In accordance with San Francisco City Ordinance, AT&T Park is a SMOKE-FREE facility with no smoking areas. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the ballpark. Electronic cigarettes and vaporizers are included in this prohibition. The ballpark smoking policy is subject to change at the discretion of Giants management.


    Splashtix is a unique system that stores credit in the barcode of the game ticket. The credit can be used toward food and beverage at most ballpark concession stands or merchandise at the Giants Dugout Store. The credit is only valid for the game stated on the ticket. In order to redeem Splashtix, fans must present their game ticket at time of payment.


    Strollers are allowed into the ballpark. Fold-up strollers should be stored
    under the seat. Non-folding strollers should be checked at the Guest
    Services Office on the Promenade Level behind Home Plate, or at concierge
    desks located on the Virgin America Club and Oracle Luxury Suite Levels.


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    Guests may tailgate in parking lots A, B, C, E, and outside of Pier 48. Guests
    must confine their tailgating to the space occupied by their vehicle. No
    adjacent spaces will be available for tailgating. Only charcoal BBQs are
    permitted and must be placed in an accessible area (i.e. not blocked by
    a vehicle). For fire safety, please use the orange coal bins to dispose of
    hot coals. Trash bins are located throughout the lots as well. For more
    information on parking and tailgating, please call Impark at (415) 227-0114.

    Party spaces are also available adjacent to Lot A in for large groups. Please
    inquire about party spaces when booking your group or call the Giants Group Sales Office at (415) 972-2298 for more information or to book group tailgating spaces.


    Fan Lot Little Giants Ballpark Video Board
    The Little Giants Ballpark features two 65" Sharp LCD televisions. One
    generally shows the action on the big field, while the other shows the
    action on the small field.

    Giants Wi-Fi Network: In partnership with AT&T, the Giants have installed
    over 1,300 Wi-Fi access points at AT&T Park, creating one of the largest
    public wireless hotspots in the world. Free Internet access is available to
    any fan that brings a smart phone, laptop, tablet, or other Wi-Fi enabled
    mobile device to the ballpark. In addition to Internet access, the Giants
    Wi-Fi Network enables fans to enjoy all the features of the top selling sports
    app of all-time, At Bat along with the official ballpark companion
    app, Ballpark.

    Mobile App: At Bat 16 is the official mobile app of Major League
    Baseball and the #1 sports app of all-time, featuring live video (with an
    MLB.TV subscription) and radio broadcasts, along with an enhanced video
    library, scores and schedules, breaking news, interactive rosters, player stats and much more. Ballpark is the companion app to At Bat focused on fans in the ballpark, personalizing fans' experiences with
    mobile check-in, social media and additional exclusive content. 

    TVs: There are over 600 flat-panel, fan-accessible high-definition
    televisions located throughout AT&T Park. They consist of a variety of
    Sharp, Samsung, and Planar LCD and LED units, which range in size from
    17" to 80".

    Text the word FOUL (for a problem) or FAIR (for a comment /compliment)
    followed by your message to 69050. A discreet and effective response will
    be forthcoming.

    The first-of-its kind edible garden is located in Centerfield below the main
    scoreboard. The Giants and Bon Appetit Management Company created the
    4,320-square-foot Garden to showcase the importance of sustainability and
    wellness to Giants fans and AT&T Park visitors and to provide a platform
    for community engagement and education. The Garden provides a unique
    opportunity for fans to gather during a game, offering views to the field,
    while experiencing the beauty of the garden and exposure to the growing
    of 40+ kinds of fresh fruits and vegetables and the opportunity to enjoy
    healthy food and beverage options. The Garden also hosts almost-weekly
    field trips for Bay Area children to experience hands-on lessons in growing
    and cooking healthy food.


    See our Ticket Policies page for complete information.

    Charter Seats:
    Fans who purchased the 15,000 designated charter seats at AT&T Park,
    the best seats in the ballpark, bought the right to own their seats for life.

    Mobile Tickets:
    Mobile tickets are accepted at AT&T Park. Photos of
    tickets are not accepted. A paper copy will be given to the ticket holder
    after the mobile ticket is scanned.

    Lost/Forgotten Tickets:
    In the event tickets are lost or forgotten, the Giants can reprint the
    tickets provided the following information can be confirmed: game
    date, section, row, seat, that the original tickets have not entered the
    ballpark and that the account holder on record approves the request. If
    the tickets have already scanned into the ballpark, the customer will be
    required to purchase new tickets, subject to availability. Please remember
    that tickets are like cash and should be kept in a safe place. Lost or
    forgotten parking passes cannot be reprinted or re-issued.

    Postseason Tickets:
    All season ticket members will have the opportunity to purchase their same
    seats for all postseason games played at AT&T Park. No additional tickets
    will be offered. All postseason tickets will be sold in strip form to include all
    possible postseason games, and will include a tiebreaker ticket, if needed.
    Purchasing Tickets

    Individual Tickets:

    In Person: Individual game tickets may be purchased at the King Street Box Office Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Weekend day game hours are 10 a.m. through the 7th inning. Weekend night game hours are 12p.m. through the 7th inning. Tickets are also sold at Giants Dugout Store locations 7 days a week 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.(see Giants Dugout Stores). During games, ticketed fans can visit the Advance Ticket office located behind section 119 on the Promenade Level.

    By Phone: To purchase individual game tickets by phone, please call at (877) 4SFGTIX. To purchase 25 or more tickets, please callGroup Sales at (415) 972-2298.

    Online: To purchase tickets online, visit,, or the Ballpark mobile app. 

    StubHub!: Visit to purchase the best seats in the ballpark
    directly from season ticket members. StubHub! purchases will be emailed
    to the buyer. Fans can either print out the tickets or scan them from their
    mobile device.

    Season Tickets: To become a Giants season ticket member and receive exclusive benefits reserved only for our most valued customers, please call (415) 972- 2222, or email

    Group Tickets: Guests wanting information about tickets for groups of 25
    or more can call (415) 972-2298. Benefits of coming as a group include
    scoreboard recognition, waived service fees and a dedicated account

    Rain Checks: Every effort will be made to replay a rained-out or postponed
    game. If a game is postponed (i.e. due to inclement weather) guests may
    use their tickets to attend the rescheduled game. If the game is canceled,
    guests may request a refund. Season ticket members will receive a credit
    on their account for any canceled game. Tickets purchased with a credit
    card through the Giants (i.e. at the ballpark ticket office, official Giants
    website, or at a Giants Dugout Store) will be refunded back to the
    original card used at the time of purchase. Ticket purchased through cash
    transactions must be submitted by mail to the AT&T Park Ticket Office at:
    AT&T Park, Attn: Giants Tickets/Customer Service, 24 Willie Mays Plaza,
    San Francisco CA 94107.

    Stolen Tickets: The Giants can reprint stolen tickets provided the
    following information can be confirmed: game date, section, row, seat,
    that the original tickets have not entered the ballpark and that the account
    holder on record approves the request. Reprinting the tickets creates a new
    barcode thus voiding the stolen tickets.

    Ticket Exchanges: The Giants do not offer ticket exchanges.

    Dynamic Pricing: Dynamic pricing allows the Giants to adjust ticket prices
    based on market demand. The Giants use a model created by Texas-based
    Qcue Corporation to determine ticket prices. Dynamic pricing gives the
    team flexibility to keep pace with the secondary ticket market and to adjust
    ticket prices based on unforeseen factors, such as team performance,
    the starting pitcher, promotional giveaways and the day of the week, that
    could affect demand for a specific game. Please visit for
    current pricing information.


    All guests entering AT&T Park must have a ticket, except for
    children 24 months and younger who must sit on the lap of
    an accompanying adult. Tickets must be shown upon request
    by any Giants Guest Services, Security Staff, and SFPD personnel.


    The unauthorized resale of tickets in, on or around AT&T Park property
    is not permitted under any circumstance and is prohibited by law. The
    Giants, their affiliates and the San Francisco Police Department will
    address any such violation appropriately. People caught selling tickets
    in violation of the law may have their tickets and their right to future
    tickets to AT&T Park revoked. To avoid using counterfeit or stolen tickets,
    please purchase tickets through authorized Giants ticket outlets only.
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    Public Tours of AT&T Park are offered at 10:30 am and 12:30 pm
    every day, except when day games are scheduled. Additional tours are
    available at 11:30 am and 1:30 pm in June, July, and August. The tour lasts
    approximately one hour and thirty minutes and includes visits to the Press
    Box, the Virgin America Club Level, a Luxury Suite, the Batting Cages, the
    Visitors' Clubhouse, and Dugout(s). All tours are wheelchair accessible.
    Tours depart from the 2nd floor of the Giants Dugout Store on the Third
    Street side of the ballpark. Tickets can be purchased at all Giants Dugout
    Stores, outlets and through the Giants web site at sfgiants.
    com/tours. Tickets are $22 for adults, $12 for children 2-12 years old,
    and $17 for seniors 55 and over. Children 24 months and younger are
    free. Private tours can be customized to accommodate groups of any
    size. For more information on public and private group tours, please call
    (415) 972-2400 or e-mail


    See Getting to AT&T Park


    BART Service: Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) provides service to AT&T Park via a transfer to MUNI Metro or MUNI bus service from Market Street. BART riders should transfer to MUNI Metro
    (T-Third, N-Judah or special ballpark-bound trains) at any Market Street
    subway station. AT&T Park is a 15- to 20-minute walk from the Embarcadero
    BART station. For more information on BART service to AT&T Park, please

    Bicycle Parking: Secure bike parking is available on the Port walk between
    the viewing portals and the Dignity Health Center, and is operated by the
    San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. The bike parking lot is open two hours
    prior to the scheduled first pitch until 30 minutes after the game's final
    pitch. There is no charge for this service, but a donation can be made.
    All proceeds benefit the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Employee bike
    parking is available next to the Second and King Street employee entrance
    by the Players Lot.

    Boating: Limited boating facilities for private vessels are available near
    AT&T Park. South Beach Harbor offers guest slips by advance reservation
    only. For more information, call (415) 495-4911. Boaters should be advised
    that private vessels are not permitted to dock along the Port walk adjacent
    to the ballpark or at the China Basin Ferry Terminal.

    Bus Service: Regular MUNI bus service on the 15 Third Street, 30 Stockton and 45 Union routes provide service to
    within one block of AT&T Park. For more information on bus service to AT&T
    Park, please visit

    Caltrain Service: The Fourth and King Street Caltrain station is located one block from AT&T Park. For more information on Caltrain service to AT&T Park, please visit
    52 Ferry Service: The China Basin Ferry Terminal is adjacent to Seals Plaza behind the scoreboard at AT&T Park.
    Ferry service to Giants games is available from Larkspur, Oakland, Alameda,
    and Vallejo. Guests can also take ferries from additional locations to the San
    Francisco Ferry Building from where they can walk to AT&T Park or catch
    the MUNI Metro (T-Third, N-Judah or special ballpark trains on game days)
    at Embarcadero Station or along the Embarcadero at Folsom Street. For
    more information on ferry service to AT&T Park, please visit

    MUNI Metro Service: The Second and King Street MUNI Metro station is located directly in front of AT&T Park. The MUNI Metro T-Third and N-Judah lines serve the Second and King Street station.
    Additional MUNI Metro lines serve the ballpark before and after games.
    Transfers must be purchased in advance for post game transit from the
    Second and King Street ticket windows. For more information on MUNI Metro
    service to AT&T Park, please visit

    Taxi Service: There are NO taxi stands outside the ballpark. Taxis do
    frequent the streets surrounding the ballpark postgame. We do not call
    taxis for guests, unless the circumstances are medically related. However,
    guests may hail taxis across the street at Second and King Streets and at
    Third and King Streets. Lyft and Uber are viable options in and throughout
    San Francisco.


    Unlike any other ballpark setting, this on-field space is the perfect
    place to host your guests before a game. With an all-inclusive food and
    beverage menu, access to the field to watch batting practice and the ability to
    accommodate 50-300 people, Triples Alley has it all! To top it off 30 minutes
    before first pitch guests will walk along the right field warning track to reach
    their Lower Box seat for the game (included with purchase). Call (415) 972-
    2298 for complete details regarding rental.


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    Umbrellas are permitted at AT&T Park. However, because of patron safety
    and sight line considerations umbrellas are not allowed to be open in the
    seating areas or obstruct other guest's views.



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    Located in Suite #63 on the Oracle Suite Level, the Vintner's Suite
    was designed with wine country in mind. This spacious suite for 25
    guests provides a perfect atmosphere for groups of all kind. Enhance
    your experience with a private California wine tasting available
    exclusively in this suite. For more information about this premium space,
    please call an Executive Sales Representative at (415) 972-2298.


    The entire third level of AT&T Park comprises the Virgin America Club Level.


    Located just outside the concourse behind seating sections 228 - 230
    (down the third base line) of the Virgin America Club Level is this balcony
    overlooking the beautiful San Francisco skyline replete with two open fire
    pits, and overhead space heaters.


    Nestled inside the brick archways of the right field wall, the Virgin America
    Loft at McCovey Cove can accommodate about 45-55 guests. The suite
    features a terraced patio with outdoor seating, which juts from the wall 10
    feet above the playing field. A special entrance with an elevator is located
    on the waterfront near the Lefty O'Doul Entrance.

    VIEWING PORTALS (Knothole Gang)

    Located along the Port walk in Right Field, fans can watch the games for free
    through the right field fence, from this first-come, first-served viewing area,
    reminiscent of the Knothole Gangs of the old-time ballparks.

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    The Giants are taking measures here at AT&T Park to support statewide water conservation efforts. We have substantially reduced the amount of water used in post-game cleaning, but we need your help in order to maintain a high standard of cleanliness while also reducing water use. You can assist us on game days by disposing of all waste and recyclable items in appropriate receptacles. Please also note that spilled beverages and peanut shells are particularly difficult to clean up without using water so keeping the floor around your seats clean helps us save water.


    Promenade Level : Located in front of the Ticket Windows, adjacent to Guest
    Services Office behind home plate


    Field: Sections 108, 123, 144, 142 and by Wardrobe
    Promenade: Sections 105, 142
    Virgin America Club: Sections 204, 213, 218, and 226
    Oracle Luxury Suite: Suites 8, 32, and 57
    View: Sections 305, 313, 319, 324, and 331


    With the exception of law enforcement personnel, guests may not bring
    weapons of any kind into AT&T Park. Security supervisors should be notified
    if an off-duty career law enforcement guest arrives with a weapon. Please
    contact Security Control with name, address, phone number, seat location
    and a photo I.D. of the agency with which the individual is affiliated, and
    send them to Marina Gate.


    Accessible seating options exist throughout the ballpark in all general
    seating categories and view perspectives (see BALLPARK MAP). Elevators
    are located at each of the four entrances to the ballpark (see BALLPARK
    MAP). Customers with disabilities and their companions are given first
    priority for service at all elevators. Guest Services personnel are posted
    at each ballpark entrance to assist any customer requiring assistance in
    locating their seats. Please call (415) 972-2000 and press "3" for assistance in purchasing accessible seating tickets.


    Giants Guest Services staff provide wheelchair escorts. Simply ask a Giants
    employee at any gate and an attendant will meet you with a wheelchair to
    take you to your seating location. Reservations are not accepted. Please note
    that due to inventory, we are not able to loan wheelchairs to guests for the
    duration of the game. If wheelchair assistance is needed during the game,
    we encourage fans to bring their own. For a return wheelchair escort, please
    notify the nearest aisle attendant 15 minutes prior to your departure.


    In partnership with AT&T, the Giants have installed over 1,300 Wi-Fi access
    points at AT&T Park, creating one of the largest public wireless hotspots in
    the world. Free Internet access is available to any fan that brings a smart
    phone, laptop, tablet, or other Wi-Fi enabled mobile device to the ballpark.
    In addition to internet access, the Giants Wi-Fi Network enables fans to enjoy
    all the features of the top selling sports app of all-time, MLB At Bat 16 along
    with the official AT&T Park companion app, MLB Ballpark.


    The Will Call windows are located next to the AT&T Park Ticket Office along King Street, adjacent to Willie Mays Plaza. Will Call windows open three hours prior to the scheduled first pitch. During the season, Monday - Friday, there is one window open starting at 10am to administer ticket sales.


    The World Champions Walk features historical moments shared by Giants
    fans and memorialized in granite markers in the plazas of AT&T Park, these
    personalized, engraved bricks compose a walk of parallel lines around the


    The World Series Championship Trophies, along with the
    World Championship Rings, from 2010, 2012 & 2014 are
    on permanent display on the Promenade Level behind home plate.

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    YARD (THE)

    The Yard is a neighborhood gathering spot created from repurposed
    shipping containers to provide shopping, food and beverage, and cultural
    and community events seven days per week. With its versatile spaces, The
    Yard also positions itself as one of San Francisco's newest and most unique
    event venues, as well as another unique gathering place for fans to enjoy
    when attending games. Location: on the corner of 3rd Street & Terry Francois
    Blvd. opposite the Ballpark. Visit for more information.


    The Giants Yearbook is full of color photos of the Giants players and
    information on the front office staff. The yearbook can be purchased at the
    ballpark, and at all Giants Dugout Stores.