Giants Fast Facts
- League and Division
- National League, West Division
- General Manager
- Bobby Evans
- Bruce Bochy
- Home Stadium
- AT&T Park
- Stadium Capacity
San Francisco Giants 2018 Schedule
The San Francisco Giants enter 2018 ready to return to baseball's Fall Classic. Tickets to see San Francisco Giants will be among the toughest tickets in baseball in 2018! Don't miss your chance to see the Giants on the road to the World Series -- check out San Francisco's schedule, pick out your seats, and get your Giants 2018 tickets today!
2018 San Francisco Giants
With three World Series titles since 2010, the Giants aren't short on rivals in the National League -- and especially not the NL West. The Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers have one of the best rivalries in all of sports -- and games between the Giants and Dodgers will be intense this season, as the Dodgers enter the season as the favorites to win the NL West. The Dodgers aren't the only contenders in the NL West, as the Arizona Diamondbacks boast one of baseball's most exciting young teams. Buster Posey and San Francisco's bats always look forward to playing at Coors Field against the Colorado Rockies, where the thin air helps turn fly balls into home runs. Led a brand new outfield with Justin Upton, Wil Myers and Matt Kemp, the young San Diego Padres will try to climb back into the playoff race in 2018, and will try to spoil San Francisco's playoff hopes.
About AT&T Park
AT&T Park opened in 2000, and is widely regarded as one of the best stadiums in all of professional sports. With a capacity of 41,915, and a sleek design, AT&T Park is one of the best venues in baseball to catch a game. AT&T Park is located right on San Francisco bay, and can be easily seen beyond the right field wall. Nicknamed McCovey Cove after the former Giants great Willie McCovey, left-handed power hitters have a chance to hit a home run into the San Francisco Bay itself. Fans can be seen throughout the season in kayaks, listening to the game and hoping to catch a waterlogged home run ball.
Since opening, AT&T Park has hosted World Series games in 2002, 2010, 2012 and 2014. In addition to hosting playoff baseball, AT&T Park has hosted the Vans Warped Tour, Paul McCartney, Kenny Chesney, and hosts the Fight Hunger Bowl annually.