Do You Feel Perfect?! Cuz I Feel Perfect!!

Cain’s teammates celebrating with him after his perfect game

I work in the Coca-Cola Fan Lot at AT&T Park and Wednesday was just like any other day, or so I thought.  As my co-workers and I were getting ready to start the night we were expecting a good game with Cain on the hill, but nothing like what we saw.  Cain wasn’t the only one on fire for the Giants on the night of June 13th, which will go down in history forever, the offense was also ready to go.

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Grab Some Pine Meat!

Cain in the throwback uniforms from 1912

On Friday June 1st the Giants started a four game series versus the Chicago Cubs.  To get the weekend started on a positive note Theriot and Posey both knocked in runs in the first inning and Cabrera continued his hot streak from May by knocking in a run in the 3rd along with Posey, his second of the night.  That’s all Madison Bumgarner would need as he threw 8 solid innings of no run baseball.  “Mad Bum” has been pitching lights out with 11 strikeouts his last outing and a 6-4 record on the season. Continue reading

103 Consecutive Sellout’s and Counting!

AT&T Park under the lights

On Monday the Giants celebrated their 100 consecutive home sellout dating back to the 2010 season when they won the World Series.  All around the Giants organization players and staff alike shared their enthusiasm for the continuous fan support.  Keep it up Giants fan’s, we still have a long way to go to catch up to the Boston Red Sox as they approach 800 consecutive sellouts this season! 😀

Happy Birthday Willie!

Willie Mays turns 81 today!

The Say Hey Kid isn’t just known in San Francisco, but all around the baseball world.  And today over 41,000 fans at AT&T Park had the honor of celebrating Willie’s 81st birthday with him.  He is a baseball legend that has had such a powerful impact on the game and will always be known for his basket catches and being able to cover a ridiculous amount of ground in the outfield. Continue reading

An Unfortunate Sweep

Image Right when it looked like the Giants were getting back on track versus the Padres they got swept by the Miami Marlins at home.  Injuries definitely didn’t help, but the Giants are in a hitting slump similar to the one that ended their seaon early last year.  This weekend the Brewers are coming to the Bay where they have to face the meat of our pitching staff, Lincecum, Bumgarner, and Cain.  Click here to buy tickets for this weekend’s series versus the Milwaukee Brewers.