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Forever Giants celebrations highlight this summer at AT&T Park

The Giants 60th anniversary celebrations continue at AT&T Park this summer and include many family friendly promotions and special events, themed fireworks nights, friends and family packs, giveaways and Forever Giants celebrations. In keeping with the organization's theme of "It Doesn't Get More SF," which highlights the Giants place in San Francisco's history and culture, fans will find many reasons to join the Giants at AT&T Park this summer. For detailed information on all of these events and to purchase game tickets go to sfgiants.com/summer.

Forever Giants Celebrations

The Giants 60th anniversary celebrations continue at AT&T Park this summer and include many family friendly promotions and special events, themed fireworks nights, friends and family packs, giveaways and Forever Giants celebrations. In keeping with the organization's theme of "It Doesn't Get More SF," which highlights the Giants place in San Francisco's history and culture, fans will find many reasons to join the Giants at AT&T Park this summer. For detailed information on all of these events and to purchase game tickets go to sfgiants.com/summer.

Forever Giants Celebrations

Giants Wall of Fame Induction - Saturday, July 28 (vs. Milwaukee)

On Saturday, July 28, at 3:30 p.m. along King Street, the Giants will unveil three plaques on the team's Wall of Fame in honor of Brian Wilson, Matt Cain and Ryan Vogelsong. The Giants Wall of Fame serves as a living tribute to the organization's greatest players. It recognizes retired players whose records stand highest among their teammates on the basis of longevity and achievements. Those honored have played a minimum of nine season for the San Francisco Giants, or five seasons with at least one All-Star selection as a Giant. Bronze plaques honoring these players and their baseball contributions line the brick wall of AT&T Park along King Street for all Giants fans to enjoy. There are currently 49 other Giants legends who have received the Wall of Fame honor.

Bonds Number Retirement - Saturday, August 11 (vs. Pittsburgh)

On Saturday, August 11, the Giants will retire uniform number 25 and celebrate the career of Giants great Barry Bonds. In addition to a pre-game number retirement ceremony, the first 20,000 fans will receive a #25 cap. Bonds will join an elite group of New York and San Francisco Giants players as the 12th player to receive this honor. Bonds wore number 25 in his 15 seasons with the Giants from 1993-2007. He will join Orlando Cepeda (30), Juan Marichal (27), Willie Mays (24), Willie McCovey (44) and Gaylord Perry (36) as the sixth member of the San Francisco Giants to have his uniform number retired. New York Giants legends whose numbers have been retired include: Bill Terry (3), Mel Ott (4), Carl Hubbell (11) and Monte Irvin (20). Christy Mathewson and John McGraw - who both predated numbers on jerseys - have also received this honor.

World Series Celebrations - (June 23 vs. San Diego; July 8 vs. St. Louis; July 15 vs. Oakland; August 25 vs. Texas ; September 15 vs. Colorado)

2002 World Series: On Saturday, June 23, members of the 2002 World Series Team will gather at AT&T Park. The 95-win Giants had to fight their way to the Fall Classic as a Wild Card team, defeating the Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals on their way to a World Series matchup with the Anaheim Angels. This all-California matchup saw the first time two Wild Card teams would vie for the championship. Team members scheduled to be at the park and honored on the field before the game include Dusty Baker, Barry Bonds, Kirk Rueter, Marvin Benard, Robb Nen, Jason Schmidt, Shawon Dunston, and David Bell. Fans wanting to spend more time with these Forever Giants and hear them share their stories from 2002 can attend a special event in Triples Alley prior to the game (must purchase a special event ticket). The special event ticket includes a Woody's World Bobblehead.

2012 World Series: On Sunday, July 8, members of the 2012 World Series Team will gather at AT&T Park. The second championship in the even-year magic era, the 2012 Giants team had to fight their way through a seven-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLCS before sweeping the Detroit Tigers to claim the World Series title. Team members scheduled to be at the park and honored on the field before the game include Marco Scutaro, Ryan Vogelsong, Jeremy Affeldt and Tim Flannery. Fans wanting to spend more time with these Forever Giants and hear them share their stories from 2012 can attend a special event in Triples Alley prior to the game (must purchase a special event ticket). The special event ticket includes a 2012 World Series Ring desktop collectable.

1989 World Series: On Sunday, July 15, members of the 1989 World Series Team will gather at AT&T Park. Proclaimed as the "Battle of the Bay," the 1989 World Series saw two Bay Area juggernauts fight to claim the title for their respective sides of the Bay. Also known as the "Earthquake World Series," many will never forget the day the series was stopped at Candlestick Park by the Loma Preita Earthquake which sent shockwaves from Oakland to San Francisco. Team members scheduled to be at the park and honored on the field before the game include Kevin Mitchell, Brett Butler, Dave Dravecky, Candy Maldonado, Don Robinson, Atlee Hammaker, Will Clark and Mike Krukow. Fans wanting to spend more time with these Forever Giants and hear them share their stories from 1989 can attend a special event in Triples Alley prior to the game (must purchase a special event ticket). The special event ticket includes a "Battle of the Bay" print and t-shirt. The first 20,000 fans who enter the park with a regular game ticket will receive a "Battle of the Bay" Snowglobe.

2010 World Series: On Saturday, August 25, members of the 2010 World Series Team will gather at AT&T Park. This team which brought San Francisco its first-ever World Series Championship by defeating the Texas Rangers in five games, was known for its "torture" baseball and the inception of what we all know today as the "Buster Hug." Team members scheduled to be at the park and honored on the field before the game include Pat Burrell, Cody Ross, Freddy Sanchez, Edgar Renteria, Aubrey Huff, Andres Torres, Brian Wilson and Jeremy Affeldt. Fans wanting to spend more time with these Forever Giants and hear them share their stories from 2010 can attend a special event in Triples Alley prior to the game (must purchase a special event ticket). The special event ticket includes a 2010 World Series Ring desktop collectable. The first 35,000 fans with a regular game ticket will receive either a Buster Posey or Brian Wilson bobblehead which when displayed together recreate the final moment, punctuated by a hug, of that first San Francisco World Series Championship.

2014 World Series: On Saturday, September 15, members of the 2014 World Series Team will gather at AT&T Park. This team marked the third championship in five years, in what has become known as the even year championships. The 2014 Giants took the series all the way to Game 7 with the Kansas City Royals and defined the series with stellar pitching performances and offensive proficiency. Team members scheduled to be at the park and honored on the field before the game include Tim Hudson, Jake Peavy, Travis Ishikawa, Javier Lopez and Jeremy Affeldt. Fans wanting to spend more time with these Forever Giants and hear them share their stories from 2014 can attend a special event in Triples Alley prior to the game (must purchase a special event ticket). The special event ticket includes a 2014 World Series Ring desktop collectable.

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