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Of the 30 ballparks in Major League Baseball, there are a few that should be on every baseball fan's bucket list. AT&T Park's charm, character and breathtaking views can only be rivaled by few other stadiums in the country. This was not always the case for the San Francisco Giants as they played at Candlestick Park for over three decades. Notorious for its windy conditions, Candlestick Park was not only the home of the Giants, but the San Francisco 49ers. As early 1976 when Bob Lurie purchased the Giants, preventing them from moving to Toronto, he began planning for a new baseball stadium as the team was losing money at Candlestick Park. In the 1980s San Francisco official proposed placing a dome over Candlestick Park, but that plan failed. In both 1987 and 1989 San Francisco residents rejected referendums to finance construction of a new stadium. Residents in neighboring Santa Clara and San Jose also rejected ballot measures for a new ballpark. The future of the Giants looked bleak in San Francisco as officials in Tampa were lobbying the team to move there. However, in January 1993 Peter Magowan purchased the Giants, keeping them in San Francisco. Two years later in 1995 the Giants announced plans to build a new ballpark in downtown San Francisco in the China Basin district. The ballpark was the first to be privately financed since the construction of Dodger Stadium. Construction began on December 11, 1997 and opened on April 11, 2000 when the Giants played the Los Angeles Dodgers. The ballpark was originally known as Pacific Bell Park when the telecommunications company purchased the naming rights for $50 million over 24 years. It has since been renamed SBC Park and now AT&T Park.

Aerial of AT&T ParkNestled at the edge of downtown San Francisco, AT&T Park sits between King Street and the China Basin, part of the San Francisco Bay. As fans approach the ballpark they see a magnificent steel and brick structure that features two clock towers, each 122 feet tall and featuring pyramid-shaped roofs topped by 45-foot tall flagpoles. At the intersections of King Street and 3rd Street is the homeplate entrance to AT&T Park where a statue of one of the greatest players in baseball history, Willie Mays, can be found. Once inside the ticket gates, expansive concourses allow fans to get to their seats. The main three tier grandstand consists of 41,600 green seats that extend from behind homeplate to both the foul poles. Bleachers are located behind the left field fence. Only a walkway is above the right field fence due to the China Basin, also known as McCovey Cove. A sidewalk between the water and the right field commemorates historical moments in Giants history. A screened fence that is part of the right field fence allows fans without tickets to see the action inside AT&T Park.

The main 103 foot wide HD video/scoreboard is
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located behind the centerfield fence. There are numerous entertainment options to keep fans entertained at AT&T Park. The Coca Cola Fan Lot is an interactive play area for children and adults. Fans of all ages can enjoy a slide into home plate from one of the four slides inside the 80-foot wooden Coca-Cola contour bottle. Fans can stroll up to the world's largest baseball glove or check out the views of the San Francisco Bay area from the outfield area. When a Giant player hits a homerun, strobes flash inside the Coca Cola bottle, bubbles appear to float from the bottle's mouth, and green and white lights flash up and down the neon tubes running along its ribs.

AT&T Park an excellent place to watch a baseball game because of the of the beautiful views of the San Francisco Bay and the surrounding area. It also helps that the Giants have remained one of the most completive teams in baseball. Although it is primarily the home to the Giants, AT&T Park hosts many other events including the annual Emerald City NCAA football game, soccer games, concerts and was the home to the Cal Golden Bears football team in 2011.

FACTS & FIGURES

-Tenant: San Francisco Giants
-Capacity:
41,600
-Surface:
Grass
-Cost:
$255 Million
-Opened:
April 11, 2000
-Dimensions:
339-L, 364-LC, 399-C, 421-RC, 309-R
-Architect:
HOK
-Owner:
China Basin Baseball Corporation
-Former Name(s):
Pacific Bell Park (2000-03), SBC Park (2004-06)
-Former Name(s): Pacific Bell Park (2000-03), SBC Park (2004-0
-Naming Rights: AT&T Communications, $2.1 million/year through 2024
-Public Financing:
None
-Private Financing:
$170million loan by Giants, $121 million from naming rights, $15million tax increment financed by City's Redevelopment Agency
-Home Dugout:
Third Base
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Construction of SBC Park. Aerial of SBC Park Outside AT&T Park View from across the water into AT&T Park Outside of AT&T Park View from the upper deck along the third base line   View from the upper deck at AT&T Park  Coke bottle slide at AT&T Park View from right field at AT&T Park View from centerfield at AT&T Park Right field at AT&T Park Left field stands at AT&T Park View from the upper deck at AT&T Park View from right field at AT&T Park Outfield area at AT&T Park Football at AT&T Park
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MEMORABLE MOMENTS
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World Series: 2002, '10, '12

All Star Game: 2007

Barry Bonds 715th homerun on May 28, 2006 passing Babe Ruth.

Barry Bonds 756th homerun on August 7, 2007 passing Hank Aaron.

No-hitter by Jonathan Sanchez on July 10, 2009.

Matt Cain pitches a perfect game on June 13, 2012.

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