As far as I know, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are not San Francisco Giants fans, nor do they have any meaningful ties to AT&T or the city of San Francisco. And yet, Kanye decided to rent out the Giants' stadium in order to propose to Kim. A live orchestra was involved, and the jumbotron read "PLEEEASE MARRY MEEE!!!"…
Grover Anderson was forced to endure last night's Giants game, a 7-0 whipping at the hands of the Red Sox. He calls this shot, from the fifth inning, "the only highlight."
Orioles outfielder Adam Jones took to Twitter after yesterday's 10-2 win in San Francisco to complain about a fan tossing a banana onto the field. The Giants say they have no record of the incident.
How do you not notice this? How have they not been fixed!?
I'm not sure if these San Francisco bros had a clear plan in mind when they rushed the field at last night's Reds-Giants game, but if they did I don't think it involved eating the warning track.
With AT&T Park being built next to the water, seagulls are bound to show up and stop by some San Francisco Giants games as they wind down. Lately, though, the gulls have been visiting in greater numbers, and they're fucking everything up.
How many LCS clinchers, not involving your team, do you actually remember? Carlos Beltran standing stock-still, Aaron Boone going deep, Sid Bream's slide, Chris Chambliss's homer...and that's probably about it. It's probably fair to add last night's Giants win, a 9-0 drubbing that was decided by the third…
Despite the heightened police presence at AT&T Park, a regular measure since Bryan Stow was beaten into a coma in Los Angeles last year, there was another incident over the weekend. Christopher Torii Smith, 26, was arrested after assaulting a fan in the bathroom during Sunday's game against the Dodgers.
Oh, Matt Cain threw a perfect game? Sorry, didn't notice. Was too busy having my head explode after seeing a secret agent fly around the Bay on his personal water-powered jetpack. This was the first inning. You knew it was going to be a special game.
Yet another person is suing the Giants and Coca-Cola after being injured on the slide in the outfield. Let's take a ride through the belly of the beast.
Good Morning America visits AT&T Park: "We caught two people updating their Facebook accounts, one checking work e-mail, one texting the babysitter and a pair of friends trying to find out who got voted off their favorite reality show." [abcnews.com]
This is a new weekly feature in which I (and maybe you, too, readers) detail the various reasons for hating your ballpark. This week: The San Francisco Giants' AT&T Park.