AT & T Park

Status: Home of San Francisco Giants

Address: 801 third Street, San francisco, CA

Capacity: 41,503

Cost to construct:  $357 Million

Architect: Populous

Owner: China Basin Ballpark Corp. (San Francisco Giants subsidiary)

Former Naming:  Pac Ball Park, SBC Park

The Field

Playing Surface: Natural Grass

Defining Feature:  The Glove and Coke Bottle in left Centerfield. McCovey Cove.

Dimensions (ft) Initial distance in parenthesis

      Left Field:        335

      Left Center:     364

      Center Field:    404

      Right Center:   420

      Right Field:      307



First Game: 04/11/2000 

  Result       Dodgers 6, Giants 5

  Umpires Ed Montague, Tony Randazzo, Ted Barrett, Jerry Layne

  Managers Dusty Baker, Giants;Davey Johnson, Dodgers

  Starting Pitchers Kirk Rueter, Giants; Chan Ho Park, Dodgers

  Ceremonial Pitch Giants owner Peter Magowan, Giants CEO Larry Baer

  Attendance 40,930


  Batter Devon White (single)

  Hit Devon White (single)

  Run Bill Mueller

  RBI Barry Bonds

  Single Devon White

  Double Barry Bonds

  Triple Doug Mirabelli

  Home Run Kevin Elster

  Grand Slam Bobby Estalella (05/02/2000)

  IPHR Fernando Vina (05/09/2000)

  Stolen Base Devon White

  Sacrifice Hit Steve Finley (04/14/2000)

  Sacrifice Fly Shawn Green (04/12/2000)

  Cycle Eric Byrnes (06/29/2003)


  Win Chan Ho Park

  Loss Kirk Rueter

  Shutout Joe Nathan, John Johnstone, Alan Embree (05/05/2000)

  Save Jeff Shaw

  Hit by Pitch Joe Nathan hit Eric Karros (04/12/2000)

  Wild Pitch Chan Ho Park

  Balk Dennis Cook (05/04/2000)

  No-Hitter Jonathan Sanchez (07/10/2009)


Hosted Events

World Series:  2002, 2010

All Star Games:  2007


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