Oracle Park

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Oracle Park
Location San Francisco, California
Opened April 11, 2000
Other Names AT&T Park (2006-18)
SBC Park (2004-05)
Pacific Bell Park (2000-03)
Tenants San Francisco Giants (2000-present)
California Golden Bears (2011)

Oracle Park is a baseball stadium located in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Since 2000, it has served as the home of the San Francisco Giants, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. The park stands along the San Francisco Bay, a segment of which is named McCovey Cove in honor of former Giants player Willie McCovey.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
Major League Baseball 2002 San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Program
2002 San Francisco Giants vs. Anaheim Angels World Series Program
2003 San Francisco Giants Program
2010 San Francisco Giants vs. Philadelphia Phillies NLCS Program
2010 San Francisco Giants vs. Texas Rangers World Series Program
2012 San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Program
2014 San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Program
San Francisco Giants vs. Kansas City Royals World Series Program
2018 San Francisco Giants Program

See also

List of Major League Baseball stadiums

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American League East Central West
Baltimore Orioles (Oriole Park at Camden Yards)
Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park)
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Chicago White Sox (Guaranteed Rate Field)
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Pittsburgh Pirates (PNC Park)
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Arizona Diamondbacks (Chase Field)
Colorado Rockies (Coors Field)
Los Angeles Dodgers (Dodger Stadium)
San Diego Padres (Petco Park)
San Francisco Giants (Oracle Park)
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