July 30 Wednesday, 12:45 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 1 Friday, 7:10 PM
Citi Field - Flushing, NY
August 2 Saturday, 7:10 PM
Citi Field - Flushing, NY
August 3 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Citi Field - Flushing, NY
August 4 Monday, 12:10 PM
Citi Field - Flushing, NY
August 5 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 6 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 7 Thursday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 8 Friday, 7:10 PM
Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City, MO
August 9 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City, MO
August 10 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City, MO
August 12 Tuesday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 13 Wednesday, 12:45 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 15 Friday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 16 Saturday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 17 Sunday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 19 Tuesday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 20 Wednesday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 21 Thursday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 22 Friday, 7:00 PM
Nationals Park Parking - Washington, DC
August 22 Friday, 7:05 PM
Nationals Park - Washington, DC
August 23 Saturday, 4:00 PM
Nationals Park Parking - Washington, DC
August 23 Saturday, 4:05 PM
Nationals Park - Washington, DC
August 24 Sunday, 1:30 PM
Nationals Park Parking - Washington, DC
August 24 Sunday, 1:35 PM
Nationals Park - Washington, DC
August 25 Monday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 26 Tuesday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 27 Wednesday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 28 Thursday, 12:45 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 29 Friday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 30 Saturday, 6:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 31 Sunday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 1 Monday, 2:10 PM
Coors Field - Denver, CO
September 2 Tuesday, 6:40 PM
Coors Field - Denver, CO
September 3 Wednesday, 1:10 PM
Coors Field - Denver, CO
September 5 Friday, 7:03 PM
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
September 5 Friday, 7:08 PM
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
September 6 Saturday, 1:03 PM
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
September 6 Saturday, 1:08 PM
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
September 7 Sunday, 1:03 PM
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
September 7 Sunday, 1:08 PM
Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
September 9 Tuesday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 10 Wednesday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 11 Thursday, 12:45 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 12 Friday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 13 Saturday, 6:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 14 Sunday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 15 Monday, 6:40 PM
Chase Field - Phoenix, AZ
September 16 Tuesday, 6:40 PM
Chase Field - Phoenix, AZ
September 17 Wednesday, 12:40 PM
Chase Field - Phoenix, AZ
September 19 Friday, 7:10 PM
Petco Park - San Diego, CA
September 20 Saturday, 5:40 PM
Petco Park - San Diego, CA
September 21 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Petco Park - San Diego, CA
September 22 Monday, 7:05 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
September 22 Monday, 7:10 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
September 23 Tuesday, 7:05 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
September 23 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
September 24 Wednesday, 7:05 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
September 24 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
September 25 Thursday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 26 Friday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 27 Saturday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 28 Sunday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
Rated on average 5 out of 5 stars by 1 people
San Francisco Giants Reviews
5 / 5

Review by JG
105 Premium Lower Box Row 8
SF Giants Seats
June 16, 2012
Great seats, great service - thanks ACE


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The Giants were established in New York in 1883. They moved to San Francisco in 1958 the same year the Dodgers moved to Los Angeles. They have five World Series titles in their history and 20 NL Pennants. Despite a losing season in 2007, Barry Bonds made history as he broke the all time hom... More

San Francisco Giants Information

The Giants were established in New York in 1883. They moved to San Francisco in 1958 the same year the Dodgers moved to Los Angeles. They have five World Series titles in their history and 20 NL Pennants. Despite a losing season in 2007, Barry Bonds made history as he broke the all time home run record set by the legendary Hank Aaron. Bonds now holds the record with 762 career home runs.

2008 marked the first season since 1993 that the Giants played without Bonds on the roster. San Francisco signed outfielder Aaron Rowand to a 5-year contract for $60 million. In addition to Rowand they discovered pitcher Tim Lincecum, who represented the Giants in the 2008 MLB All Star Game at Yankee Stadium. Lincecum went on to win the NL Cy Young Award that year.

The Giants have failed to reach the playoffs in 2008 and 2009. In 2010, they had a comeback year, placing first in the division at 92-70 and winning the World Series against the Rangers. They lost all-star catcher Buster Posey for the 2011 season when he fractured his lower leg and ankle in a home plate collision in May, and were unable to capture the 2010 success. The Giants placed second in the division behind the Diamondbacks at 86-76, not good enough for the Wild Card.

Behind young superstars Tim Lincecum, Buster Posey, and Matt Cain, the 2012 Giants are hoping to do some damage and reclaim first place in the NL West.