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4.5 out of 5 stars
J-Rod from said...
"Saw the battle of the bay, The Giants vs the A's and what a beatiful park, by far the nicest one I have been to so far and I have been to quite a few ballparks. Come early so you can take a walk around the park and see the Willie McCovey & Willie Mays statues. I sat 4 rows from the field just past 1st base and what a great spot to watch the game as right infront of us is the visitors bullpen so u get to watch them warm up feels like ur part of the game. Many great food choices but make sure you have the garlic fries they are to die for. Dress warm if you are going to a night game as it gets chilly no matter what month as the winds coming in off the bay make for a chilly game if not dressed properly."
Bottom line: J-Rod would recommend this event to their best friend
Ryan from said...
"I was recenty in san francisco and went to a few giants games. I was lucky enough to see them play the A's from across the bay, and really enjoyed it. I know the Giants aren't having the best season, but the fans are still coming out, and the park is well worth it. I love how it's right on the water, and you get an amazing view of the bay during the game. It does get cold at night so make sure you have something warm to put on. The have really good clam chowder for those cold nights too, and they have good garlic fries. I've been to a lot of ball parks, but this place is easily one of my top 3 or 4."
Bottom line: Ryan would recommend this event to their best friend