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San Francisco Giants Background
The San Francisco Giants are a Major League Baseball team that plays in the Western Division of the National League. Established in 1886, the franchise has won more games than any other team in the National League. Since their move from New York to San Francisco in 1958, the team has won three World Series championships. Their primary rivalry is with another California team that moved from New York — the Brooklyn Dodgers, which are now based in Los Angeles.
Where can I buy San Francisco Giants tickets?
If you want San Francisco Giants tickets, search StubHub. The team is popular throughout Northern California, so be sure to get your tickets today.
How long does the San Francisco Giants' baseball season last?
Following spring training, the Giants' season typically begins at the end of March or beginning of April. The final regular season games are played on the first Sunday of October. In total, 162 games make up the regular season. This is then followed by the National League Playoff Series and the World Series.
Where can I buy tickets to the Giants' spring training games?
For spring training, the Giants are part of the Cactus League in Arizona. Their home field in Arizona is Scottsdale Stadium located in the northeast suburbs of Phoenix. San Francisco Giants tickets for spring training and preseason exhibition games can be purchased at StubHub.
Where do the San Francisco Giants play their regular season home games?
Following their move to California, the team spent four decades playing ball in historic, chilly Candlestick Park. Starting with the 2000 season, the Giants moved to their new home field of Oracle Park. This is located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza — named after one of the team's all-time great center fielders. San Francisco Giants games are regularly played in front of sellout crowds in the stadium, which seats for 43,000 fans.