Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper asked the AT&T Park crowd a question before Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Beer and baseball — perfect partners on a summer’s day as well as in real estate development along the San Francisco waterfront.
Anchor Brewing Co. will be the Giants’ first tenant in Pier 48 when the former maritime warehouse and its surrounding 27 acres are redeveloped over the next few years, team, city and brewery officials announced Tuesday.
Giants CEO Larry Baer wants to add more World Series championships to the two his franchise has captured the past three seasons.
Why not build a baseball dynasty in the Bay Area?
Baer said Wednesday the front office is already hard at work beginning plans for the 2013 roster — and he is optimistic many familiar faces will stick around, including second baseman and NL Championship Series MVP Marco Scutaro. Read More
Giants officials and players joined Mayor Ed Lee and several international baseball leaders on the shores of McCovey Cove on Tuesday to announcing the venues for the first round of the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
The first round, which consists of pool play involving four teams in each city, will take place in Fukuoka City, Japan; Taichung, Taiwan; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Phoenix and Scottsdale, Ariz. Read More
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison received a Giant welcome, and a World Series ring, at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in San Francisco. New team CEO Larry Baer welcomed Ellison to the stage for the keynote speech Sunday and presented Ellison — whose corporation owns a large number of luxury box seats at AT&T Park — with the ring. Baer thanked Ellison for his support of the team. Read More
Larry Baer is the perfect choice to replace Bill Neukom as CEO of the Giants, for several reasons.
He has been closely involved with the Giants since the fall of 1992, when he was part of the investors group that bought the Giants from Bob Lurie and kept them in San Francisco.
He worked tirelessly to secure the financing for AT&T Park, which has become a focal point for new development in San Francisco, as well as perhaps the most beautiful ballpark in the country. Read More
The San Francisco Giants' on-field staff is not the only thing that will be seeing changes this offseason -- it looks like the team's administration is changing too.The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that Giants CEO Bill Neukom will not return in that role for the 2012 season. Read More
Having Cal play its 2011 football season at AT&T Park will be good for the Giants’ bottom line, but it is a bad move for both teams.
Here are some of the obvious problems:
- The Cal football season will start in late August or early September, while the Giants are playing in the regular season. The Giants may very well be in the postseason, too, in October. Read More