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San Francisco Giants Road Games

San Francisco Giants Road Games tickets

2014 San Francisco Giants Road Schedule

There is nothing quite like being there when the game is on the line and the Giants are digging in, as the Giants tend to have their fair share of superstars and they know how to change the dynamic of a big game in a real hurry. Come out and see all of the clutch hits, sensational defensive plays and nail-biting moments that will have you jumping out of your seat on a regular basis this season, but don't make the mistake of thinking it's only about the home games at AT&T Park in San Fran. Hit the road, travel with the team and see the Giants from a whole different perspective that will have you kicking yourself for not keeping a closer eye on the road schedule in past seasons.

It's that time of the year again and the Giants are looking to hit the road with aspirations of pulling down plenty of wins, and they won't go quietly against the top teams in the league. From spring training all the way to game 162 in the regular season, there are always plenty of reasons to get out to a big game featuring the San Francisco Giants, and that's not something you can experience through the television screen. The Giants will be eyeing the playoffs from the very beginning of the season, providing plenty of thrilling moments as they look to chase down the rest of the teams in the ultra-competitive N.L. West.

The Experience

Though things have changed quite a bit since the early days of Major League Baseball, the game is still as exciting as ever, as this is a sports league routinely brings together some of the most skilled ballplayers in the world to battle it out on the diamond. This season, the Giants will be hitting the road to take on some of the very best teams and players in all of baseball, giving you plenty of opportunities to head out and get right into the thick of the action. When the game is still up in the air and the buzz of the crowd is getting taken to the next level, you'll understand loud and clear that there is absolutely nothing else like seeing baseball first-hand.

The Team

The Giants have won multiple World Series titles, including recent ones in both 2010 and 2012 as they've established themselves as one of the top franchises in the league. Whenever the Giants hit the road for a game, fans flock to the stadium, as road games can be just as exhilarating as home ones. There has never been a better time to turn off the TV, get off the couch and get ready to see an unbelievable match-up that you'll be talking about well after it's all over. Whether it's an exciting spring training match-up, a regular season grudge match or a crucial postseason game, this is a team that you don't want to miss out on when the Giants hope to give their fans another season loaded with unbelievable moments.

San Francisco Giants Trivia

Did you know that Barry Bonds set the all-time MLB record with an on-base percentage of.609?

More than six out of 10 times that Barry Bonds came to the plate in 2004, finishing with an eye-popping OPS (on-base plus slugging) of 1.422. Considering that hitting to the tune of a 1.00 OPS is Hall of Fame worthy, 1.422 is a number so astounding it may never be approached ever again, and Giants fans still talk about the Barry Bonds stretch when he dominated pitchers more than any other hitter in history.

San Francisco Giants History

MLB tickets to see the San Francisco Giants have been in the sports tickets market in the Bay Area since the team moved from New York in 1958, making them one of the oldest and respected baseball franchises in the country. The Giants have won multiple World Series titles, including in 2010 and 2012, launching them into an exciting new era that has had fans buzzing all over town. With a history that includes Willie Mays, Bobby and Barry Bonds, Jeff Kent, Mickey Welch and many, many more, this is a franchise that has had more than its fair share of superstars play their best ball in the Bay Area – a tradition that doesn't seem likely to change any time soon.

The Fans

AT&T Park is a great place to see a game featuring your San Francisco Giants, though that's certainly not something that you're going to learn sitting on your couch hoping to get a glimpse of the game on that disappointing little flatscreen. Come out and see a big game featuring some of the best and brightest baseball players in the world as the Giants look to once again wreak havoc on the N.L. West, a division that is never lacking in exciting match-ups and superstar-level talent. Home and on the road, you're sure to see plenty of exciting match-ups featuring the Giants this season, giving you incentive to head out and see them how they're meant to be seen.

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