Saturday, April 14, 2012

Just Behind The Scenes At AT&T Park . . .

Yesterday was Opening Day for the San Francisco Giants who won against the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0.

The Giants play at AT&T Park, and what you might not know is that twice a day fans can take a behind the scenes tour of the ballpark for only $15.00! 

A couple of weeks ago I went on the tour and would highly recommend it for any baseball fan.  For the price of admission you get to see a Major League Dugout, the Visitors' Indoor Batting Cage, the Visitors' Clubhouse and more!

Inside The Visitors' Clubhouse

While in the Visitors' Clubhouse be sure to take note of this one of a kind piece of history.  Above is the former office door from the Visitors' Clubhouse in Candlestick Park.  The door was signed by all the players who played in the final season the San Francisco Giants played at Candlestick Park before moving to the new ballpark in 2000.

The Visitors' Indoor Batting Cage

Just Jon Sitting In The Dugout

With Dad On The Field

Mom and Dad At Home Plate

We were told not to go on the field...

I had to touch it!

2010 World Series Championship Trophy


  1. For the record the visitors club house was really something. I did not follow the rules and did go down halls we were not supposed to. I have to admit that I was like a kid in a candy store. However, there was an opportunity to touch Barry Bonds bat and I refused!!! I did promise Jon that I would not say a word during the tour.

    Just Dad

    1. I totally blocked out the fact that you got us in trouble for going down halls we were instructed not to go down.

      So for the record Loyal Readers, I was following the guides instructions when Just Dad started calling my name to come and see what he was looking at. So I follow Just Dad down the hall only to be reprimanded by the guide.