ATT Park Seating Chart
Located below is the ATT Park seating chart for the San Francisco Giants.
The San Francisco Giants played their first game there on March 31, 2000 when it was known as Pac Bell Park. The name was later changed in 2004 to SBC Park before being changed once again to AT&T Park. The address of the stadium is named after one of the Giants all-time greats and major league baseball Hall of Famer, Willie Mays, at 24 Willie Mays Plaza in downtown San Francisco. Willie Mays wore the #24 jersey during his years playing with the Giants too. If that's not enough Giants history for the stadium to have, it's also located at McCovey Cove, named for former Giants great Willie McCovey.
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AT&T Park is an open-air stadium that seats approximately 42,000 fans. There is standing room for an additional 1,500 fans. If you can't get a ticket for a game, you can also watch part of the game through the outfield fence.
If you're a skateboarding enthusiast or like to use them as a form of transportation, they're actually okay to bring to the ballpark. If you can safely store it under your seat, you can bring it in with you.
In the years before the high tech age and you brought your radio to the game to listen to the play-by-play, now AT&T Park was the first major league park to have Wi-Fi hot spots included in the stadium design details. There are over 200 hot spots, so bring your smart phone or whatever device you like to use to connect to the Internet. Bringing your desktop machine might be frowned upon though. Just sayin'.
In some cities it's okay to scalp tickets for a game. At AT&T Park you can't do that. The reason you can't do that is it's against the law to do so. Don't take a chance on being arrested or losing out on seeing a game.
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