The Giants are helping to rid San Francisco of its post-Super Bowl hangover with a FanFest at AT&T Park featuring players from the team, behind-the-scenes tours and a display of the 2010 and 2012 World Series trophies.
The Giants came back from a two game hole to win three games on the road in defeating the Reds. The Cardinals fought back from a 6-0 deficit in Game 5 to stun the Nationals. Now, the two teams take the field on Sunday with a World Series berth on the line.
The San Francisco Giants have plans in the works to develop a parking lot near AT&T Park into a major residential, office and retail development.
This week marks the official start of the baseball season (yes, I know the A’s and Mariners played two games in Japan, just didn’t have that Opening Day feel). And the San Francisco Giants have made several upgrades to improve the fan experience in 2012.
The lanes are getting their final waxing, the pins are being put in place and the bowling balls will be ready to roll as Lucky Strike Entertainment gets set to open its newest location this week in San Francisco. But it’s not all about the bowling.