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Three Reasons to See the Giants at AT&T Park This Year

That is, if you needed any more reasons than 2010, 2012, and 2014:

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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

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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.

3) This ESPN reporter says the Dodgers are the favorite to win the NL West

Will the Giants prove him wrong? Wouldn’t it be nice to see them do so in person?

And here’s a fourth reason: it’s easy to find parking for Giants games with GottaPark. Click here for AT&T Park parking, starting at just $16 per game.

The 2014 San Francisco Giants: A Midseason Analysis

SF Giants parking is one of the most popular items on our site. Here’s an analysis of how things are going in McCovey Cove as we head into the 2014 All Star break.

The Giants started this year with a bang. For several weeks in May, they were practically unbeatable, and held baseball’s best winning percentage for a while. They are maintaining strong position for contention, and thanks to their stellar April and May, still hold the fourth best record in the National League as of July 9th.

But the first half of the season hasn’t been without trouble for San Francisco. Since the 9th of June, the Giants went 7-19, allowing their rival the Dodgers to capture first place for the first time since the first week of the season.

Some ye-of-little-faith types are already throwing in the towel, certain that this June swoon augers doom for SF’s ball club. My how short our memories are of the 2012 playoff season?

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