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San Francisco Giants Tickets: History of Giant Steps
After playing in New York for the first 70 years of the franchise's history, the Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958. They would bring with them seven championship banners from their New York days, but had a hard time bringing the crown to their new digs.
The San Francisco Giants would make it to the World Series in just their fifth season since moving to San Francisco, but would lose to the Yankees.
In 1989, in what would be known as the Battle by the Bay, the Giants again would make it to the fall classic - only to lose to the Oakland As. In 2002, they again would make it to the World Series, but the Angels prevailed in seven games.
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The San Francisco Treat
Last season, the Giants would put together 92 wins to clinch the NL West by two games over the Padres. Led by a very balanced offense, the Giants also utilized a great pitching staff led by Tim Lincecum. He would win 16 games during the season, with an astounding 231 strikeouts.
The Giants would face the Braves in the first round, beating them 3 games to 2 to advance to the NLCS against the Phillies. In six games, the Giants would defeat the Phillies to win the NL Pennant and advance yet again to the World Series!
This time, they would face the Texas Rangers for a chance to finally win their first championship in San Francisco. In five games, the Giants would prevail, and the World Series was theirs!
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Back for More!
The Giants will be led this season by first baseman Aubrey Huff, who had 26 HRs and 86 RBIs last year. Also adding support will be third baseman Pablo Sandoval, who ended up with 13 HRs and 463 RBIs last season. Of course, the ace in the rotation will again be two time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum. Also the Giants hope that Matt Cain can continue his success, and they are hoping Barry Zito returns to his old form.
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San Francisco Giants Tickets at AT&T Park
The Giants play at the amazing AT & T Park, which is situated right on McCovey Cove and holds 42,000 for baseball.