Top 10 Sights, Smells, and Sounds of AT&T Park
The San Francisco Giants return to AT&T Park for their first home stand of the 2017 season. Fans make their way back to the most beautiful stadium in major league baseball for an opening day rematch against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Can you smell the Garlic Fries yet?
On April 11, 2000 the San Francisco Giants said goodbye to Candlestick Park and opened up the gates to a new era in Giants baseball.
This April 11 marks AT&T Park’s 17th birthday. For 17 years Giants fans have reaped the benefits of cheering in AT&T park, and I’m not just referring to the four National League Pennants and three World Series Championships.
Out of the 30 stadiums in Major League Baseball, AT&T Park remains one of the few must see stops for every baseball fan.
While it may not have the historic significance of Fenway or Wrigley, AT&T inherits characteristics of the city itself with undeniably breathtaking views, a diverse selection of culinary cuisine, and notable landmarks that match the heart and soul of San Francisco.
As the Giants return to San Francisco to kick off the 2017 season, we honor 17 seasons of unforgettable memories.
Here are the top 10 sights, sounds and smells of Pacbell, SBC, and AT&T Park.