That is, if you needed any more reasons than 2010, 2012, and 2014:
But, if you are worried about SF’s prospects in 2015 (it is an odd-numbered year after all) then see below:
1) Madison Bumgarner, Buster Posey, and a bunch more of your favorite players are back in 2015
Although fan favorite Pablo Sandoval will be in a Red Sox uniform this year, the majority of 2014’s championship team is back to try for the title again in 2015. Madison Bumgarner will hope to carry his amazing postseason success into the 2015 season. Buster Posey, recently named the face of MLB, will look to repeat his performance in 2014 when he hit .311 and slugged 22 homers. Hunter Pence, though he will miss the first month or so of the season with a fractured arm, will be back up to his outfield antics in no time. Brandon Belt, Joe Panik, Sergio Romo: yes, with few exceptions, all the usual suspects will be entertaining fans in McCovey Cove this summer.
2) AT&T Park is still beautiful
Nope, that hasn’t changed. But, in 2015, you will get to see some nice “2014 World Series Champions” banners in the park. That’ll be nice.
Talking about parking in San Francisco is kind of like talking about high rent: it gets everyone riled up and nobody ever has a solution. Well we’re here to offer you that solution by sharing our five favorite places to park in San Francisco. Well, really they’re our four favorite places in SF, plus one in San Jose for when we go to Sharks games. Read on to find out more!
Cardinals’ Matt Carpenter and Giants’ Hector Sanchez in 2012
Reserve your Parking this Friday
Baseball fans are shrugging off the cold as the season heats up quickly. This Friday the defending world champion San Francisco Giants play the St. Louis Cardinals at AT&T Park. This promises to be a heated game as the two teams battled it out in the NLCS last year, with the Giants barely beating out the Cardinals 4-3 in the series. If you’re headed out to the game this Friday, make sure to reserve your parking with GottaPark.