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San Francisco Giants
One minute you’re watching the Giants take on the Pirates in the bleachers, enjoying a cold one, wondering if you’ll get a chance to catch a home run ball. The next minute, BEER EXPLOSION.
Isn’t it fun watching someone make a professional sport look like a video game on rookie difficulty?
I have been writing about baseball for over a decade now and while I don’t claim to be a music critic of any sorts, I do know good closer songs! (At least that’s what I’ve told myself.) Even better, I know BAD closer songs!
San Francisco’s Amazing Batkid Rolled Up In A Batmobile And Threw The First Pitch At Giants’ Opening Day
#SFBatKid will make you smile, especially when he’s driving a Batmobile and throwing out an Opening Day first pitch.
We’re asking knowledgeable people who hate certain teams to preview said teams for us. Who better to ask about a team’s chance at success than their rivals? You should know thy enemy as you know thyself, right? Think you can preview your rival’s season? Let us know — we’re on the lookout for people who think they know what they’re talking about.
First up: a die-hard A’s fan talks to us about the 2014 San Francisco Giants. Drinks may have been involved.
— Jonathan Remple (@remplej) March 12, 2014
I didn’t know there was such a thing as a six-alarm fire … I thought the scale only went to five. But we have one in San Francisco right now, just a few blocks from AT&T Park.
A great-grandma who brings her glove to the game, and can wield it like this? How can that not be the most awesome thing that happened on Tuesday?
This is Candlestick Park’s final season before being demolished. And Paul McCartney, who played there in The Beatles’ final paid concert in 1966, wants to play a farewell concert. Hopefully, as in ’66, they’ll also have The Ronettes.