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San Francisco Giants select Tishman Speyer as partner on Mission Rock development project

28-acre waterfront mixed-use neighborhood to feature parks and open space, affordable and market rate housing, retail, office and local manufacturing

The San Francisco Giants today announced the selection of Tishman Speyer as its joint venture partner to develop the waterfront Mission Rock mixed-use neighborhood near AT&T Park.  

Mission Rock is a public-private partnership with the Port of San Francisco and the City and County of San Francisco. Now, as co-master developer and general partner, Tishman Speyer will bring its recognized expertise to work alongside the Giants to design, build, lease, and program this new San Francisco neighborhood. Tishman Speyer is a leading developer, owner, operator and asset manager of real estate around the world with several successful projects in San Francisco over the past several years. 

The San Francisco Giants today announced the selection of Tishman Speyer as its joint venture partner to develop the waterfront Mission Rock mixed-use neighborhood near AT&T Park.  

Mission Rock is a public-private partnership with the Port of San Francisco and the City and County of San Francisco. Now, as co-master developer and general partner, Tishman Speyer will bring its recognized expertise to work alongside the Giants to design, build, lease, and program this new San Francisco neighborhood. Tishman Speyer is a leading developer, owner, operator and asset manager of real estate around the world with several successful projects in San Francisco over the past several years. 

Since 2010, when the Giants were selected as the master developer, the team has collaborated with the Port, city agencies, stakeholders and neighbors on the overall vision for the new neighborhood. Mission Rock will serve as a centerpiece for the emerging Central Waterfront neighborhood and will include:  

•   Approximately 1,400 residential rental units, with 40 percent affordable to low and moderate income families. 
•   8 acres of parks and open space, including a signature waterfront park. 
•   Up to 1.4 million square feet of new, high quality office space.
•   250,000 square feet of neighborhood serving retail and local manufacturing space.
•   Parking structure to serve ballpark and neighborhood needs.  
•   Rehabilitation of historic Pier 48.
•   Public waterfront access and improvements, including a segment of the Blue Greenway trail connection from Embarcadero to Hunters Point. 
•   Thousands of construction and permanent jobs.
 
"Tishman Speyer's outstanding track record here in San Francisco and around the world makes them an ideal partner to work with us to deliver this vision for our city," said Giants President and CEO Laurence M. Baer. "In particular, their attention to quality design and local neighborhood character will serve the project well as we transform 10 years of public planning and design into a reality."  

"San Francisco is one of the world's great cities, and we are excited to play this important role in its continuing evolution," said Tishman Speyer President & CEO Rob Speyer. "Larry Baer and his organization should be commended for their long-standing commitment to this project, which represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build an exciting new community. We're proud to be their partner going forward." 

Tishman Speyer Senior Managing Director Carl Shannon added, "We have observed for many years how the Giants, the City and the Port leaders have worked so closely with the surrounding community to create a plan for maximum public benefit. We look forward to partnering with them to now extend that engagement and execute the plan, making their collective vision a reality."  

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Giants roster moves for Sept. 4, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to tonight's game: 

IF Ryder Jones (#14) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to tonight's game: 

IF Ryder Jones (#14) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.

IF Abiatal Avelino (#46) (pronounced Ah-biah-Tahl ah-veh-lihn-oh) had his contract purchased.

RHP Jeff Samardzija was transferred to the 60-day DL.
 

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Giants roster moves for Sep. 3, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:

RHP Casey Kelly (#68), RHP Pierce Johnson (#58) and LHP Steven Okert (#32) have been recalled from triple-A Sacramento.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to today's game:

RHP Casey Kelly (#68), RHP Pierce Johnson (#58) and LHP Steven Okert (#32) have been recalled from triple-A Sacramento.

 

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Giants roster move for Sept. 2, 2018

The Giants made the following roster move prior to today's game: 

IF Kelby Tomlinson (#37) was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento.
 

The Giants made the following roster move prior to today's game: 

IF Kelby Tomlinson (#37) was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento.
 

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Giants roster move for Sept. 1, 2018

The Giants made the following roster move prior to today's game: 

RHP Ray Black was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.
 

The Giants made the following roster move prior to today's game: 

RHP Ray Black was recalled from triple-A Sacramento.
 

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Giants roster moves for Aug. 31, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to tonight's game: 

OF Chris Shaw (#26) contract selected from triple-A Sacramento, replacing OF Andrew McCutchen on the 40-man and 25-man rosters. 

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to tonight's game: 

OF Chris Shaw (#26) contract selected from triple-A Sacramento, replacing OF Andrew McCutchen on the 40-man and 25-man rosters. 

•   Shaw batted .259 with 55 runs scored, 21 doubles, 24 home runs and 65 RBI with an OPS of .813 in 101 games in his first full season at the triple-A level this year.
•   Shaw, who was selected by the Giants in the supplemental round (31st overall) of the 2015 draft, will be seeking his Major League debut.  
 

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Giants trade outfielder Andrew McCutchen plus cash to New York Yankees in exchange for Minor League infielder Abiatal Avelino and right-handed pitcher Juan De Paula

The San Francisco Giants announced today that they have traded outfielder Andrew McCutchen plus cash to the New York Yankees in exchange for minor league infielder Abiatal Avelino and minor league right-handed pitcher Juan De Paula.

Avelino, 23, has split the 2018 campaign between double-A Trenton and triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in the Yankees' farm system, combining for a .287 batting average (133-for-464) with 65 runs scored, 13 doubles, eight triples, 15 home runs, 66 RBI and 25 stolen bases in 122 games. He was named a mid-season All-Star this year while playing for Trenton and at the time of his promotion to triple-A he ranked second in batting average (.337), fifth in slugging (.553) and OPS (.945), and seventh in on-base percentage (.392) and stolen bases (15). Avelino, who was signed by the Yankees as an International free agent in 2011, ranked sixth in the minors with 54 stolen bases in 2015. The Dominican Republic native was ranked as the Yankees' 23rd-best prospect according to MLB.com.  

The San Francisco Giants announced today that they have traded outfielder Andrew McCutchen plus cash to the New York Yankees in exchange for minor league infielder Abiatal Avelino and minor league right-handed pitcher Juan De Paula.

Avelino, 23, has split the 2018 campaign between double-A Trenton and triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in the Yankees' farm system, combining for a .287 batting average (133-for-464) with 65 runs scored, 13 doubles, eight triples, 15 home runs, 66 RBI and 25 stolen bases in 122 games. He was named a mid-season All-Star this year while playing for Trenton and at the time of his promotion to triple-A he ranked second in batting average (.337), fifth in slugging (.553) and OPS (.945), and seventh in on-base percentage (.392) and stolen bases (15). Avelino, who was signed by the Yankees as an International free agent in 2011, ranked sixth in the minors with 54 stolen bases in 2015. The Dominican Republic native was ranked as the Yankees' 23rd-best prospect according to MLB.com.  

De Paula, 20, has spent all of this season with short-season Staten Island in the New York-Penn League, going 2-2 with a 1.71 ERA (9er, 47.1ip) in 10 games (nine starts). Signed out of the Dominican Republic by the Mariners in 2014, De Paula pitched well in two seasons of rookie ball before going to the Yankees in an August 2016 trade for Ben Gamel. Last season he ranked second in the New York-Penn League in opponent average against (.191) while posting a 2.90 ERA in 12 games (11 starts). De Paula was ranked the 26th-best prospect in New York's farm system by MLB.com. 

McCutchen, who was acquired by the Giants from the Pittsburgh Pirates this past January, hit .255 (123-for-482) with 65 runs scored, 28 doubles, 15 home runs, 55 RBI and 13 stolen bases in 130 games with San Francisco this season. He was leading the Giants in games played, runs, hits, doubles, home runs, RBI, walks (73) and stolen bases. 

The former 2013 National League MVP is a five-time All-Star (2011-15), four-time Sliver Slugger award winner (2012-15), 2012 NL Gold Glove winner and a winner of the Roberto Clemente Award in 2015. 

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Giants place OF Steven Duggar on DL, OF Gregor Blanco called up

Buster Posey transferred to 60-day DL

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to Wednesday's game:

OF Steven Duggar was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a bruised left shoulder.

The Giants made the following roster moves prior to Wednesday's game:

OF Steven Duggar was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a bruised left shoulder.

 OF Gregor Blanco (#1) had his contract purchased from triple-A.

·       Made the Giants Opening Day roster as a non-roster invitee to Spring Training.

·       Appeared in 42 games with SF, batting .242 (29-for-120) with four doubles, three triples, one home run and five RBI before being designated for assignment on June 2.

·       Hit .247 (42-for-170) with 20 runs scored, 13 extra-base hits, 13 RBI and 23 walks in 60 games for triple-A Sacramento.

·       2018 marks his sixth season with the Giants (2012-2016, 2018).

·       Appeared in 90 games for the Diamondbacks last season and hit .246 (55-for-224).

C Buster Posey was transferred to the 60-day DL.

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Giants announce 2019 Spring Training schedule

Game times will be announced on a later date

SAN FRANCISCO, CA. - The San Francisco Giants announced their 2019 Cactus League schedule today, which includes 33 exhibition games. The Giants will play 30 games in Arizona, including 16 at Scottsdale Stadium, and will play three games against the Oakland Athletics in the Bay Area. 

The Giants' 2019 spring schedule kicks off Saturday, February 23 as they play the Los Angeles Angels at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The Giants' home slate begins Sunday, February 24 against the Chicago Cubs. The spring schedule includes home weekend games against the Texas Rangers (Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 10), Cubs (Saturday, March 9), San Diego Padres (Saturday, March 16), Kansas City Royals (Sunday, March 17) and Arizona Diamondbacks (Saturday, March 23).

SAN FRANCISCO, CA. - The San Francisco Giants announced their 2019 Cactus League schedule today, which includes 33 exhibition games. The Giants will play 30 games in Arizona, including 16 at Scottsdale Stadium, and will play three games against the Oakland Athletics in the Bay Area. 

The Giants' 2019 spring schedule kicks off Saturday, February 23 as they play the Los Angeles Angels at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The Giants' home slate begins Sunday, February 24 against the Chicago Cubs. The spring schedule includes home weekend games against the Texas Rangers (Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 10), Cubs (Saturday, March 9), San Diego Padres (Saturday, March 16), Kansas City Royals (Sunday, March 17) and Arizona Diamondbacks (Saturday, March 23).

The Giants and A's will face one another five times on the exhibition schedule, with two games coming in Arizona (Thursday, March 7 at Scottsdale Stadium and Sunday, March 10 at HoHokam Stadium in Mesa) and three in the Bay Area from Sunday, March 24 to Tuesday, March 26

Individual game tickets will be available online at www.sfgiants.com orwww.sfgiants.com/spring beginning at 10:00 a.m. PST on Monday, November 19. The Scottsdale Stadium Box Office will open on Wednesday, February 13th at 10:00 a.m. MST.

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Buster Posey undergoes surgery on his right hip

San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey underwent surgery on his right hip to address his hip impingement and repair a torn labrum, the club announced Monday.
The procedure was performed by Dr. Marc Philippon at The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. Posey is resting comfortably and is expected to return to the Bay Area later this week where he'll begin his rehabilitation.

San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey underwent surgery on his right hip to address his hip impingement and repair a torn labrum, the club announced Monday.
The procedure was performed by Dr. Marc Philippon at The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. Posey is resting comfortably and is expected to return to the Bay Area later this week where he'll begin his rehabilitation.
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Giants roster moves for Aug. 26, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves: 

C Buster Posey was placed on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Aug. 25) with a right hip impingement.
C Aramis Garcia (#16) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento. 
 

The Giants made the following roster moves: 

C Buster Posey was placed on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Aug. 25) with a right hip impingement.
C Aramis Garcia (#16) was recalled from triple-A Sacramento. 
 

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Homestand highlighted by 2010 World Series tribute, Heritage Nights, McCovey Classic, Fellowship Day and Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day

 FRI., AUG 24 | 7:15 P.M. | TEXAS RANGERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM
: Ancora!
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by Bank of America  
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- ITALIAN HERITAGE NIGHT: Presented by Ghilotti Construction: In partnership with Italian Community Services, Italian Heritage Day Foundation, Order Sons & Daughters of Italy in America, Silicon Valley Italian Executive Council, and San Francisco-Assisi Sister City Program: The Giants will host Italian Heritage Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket package includes admission to the Italian Heritage Night pre-game party in Lot A from 5:00-7:00 p.m. and an Italianthemed Giants t-shirt. Cultural entertainment will take place during the pre-game party and on the field prior to the game. Partial proceeds from all Italian Heritage Night special event ticket sales will benefit local cultural non-profits. *Fans must have a special event ticket to attend this event and receive this item. 
 
SPECIAL PROMOTION -- PLAYERS' WEEKEND: Players' Weekend presented by Valspar will again bring a bright splash of color to baseball the weekend of Aug. 24-26 with a relaxation of uniform rules and an opportunity for players to salute those who helped pave their paths to the big leagues. Once again, nicknames will replace surnames on jerseys, which will feature colorful concoctions and youthful designs. Players will also wear and use uniquely designed bats, spikes, batting gloves, wristbands, compression sleeves and catcher's gear. Players will have the option of wearing T-shirts highlighting a cause or charity during pregame workouts and postgame interviews. To learn more, visit mlb.com.  
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- GIANTS COMMUNITY FUND: The Giants Community Fund will have "Mystery Grab Bags" available for purchase. Each bag includes one premium item, such as an autographed ball or bobblehead, and several smaller promotional items. Bags will be sold pre-game or until they sell out. To learn more, visit jrgiants.org. 
 
 SAT., AUG 25 | 1:05 P.M. | TEXAS RANGERS  

 FRI., AUG 24 | 7:15 P.M. | TEXAS RANGERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM
: Ancora!
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by Bank of America  
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- ITALIAN HERITAGE NIGHT: Presented by Ghilotti Construction: In partnership with Italian Community Services, Italian Heritage Day Foundation, Order Sons & Daughters of Italy in America, Silicon Valley Italian Executive Council, and San Francisco-Assisi Sister City Program: The Giants will host Italian Heritage Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket package includes admission to the Italian Heritage Night pre-game party in Lot A from 5:00-7:00 p.m. and an Italianthemed Giants t-shirt. Cultural entertainment will take place during the pre-game party and on the field prior to the game. Partial proceeds from all Italian Heritage Night special event ticket sales will benefit local cultural non-profits. *Fans must have a special event ticket to attend this event and receive this item. 
 
SPECIAL PROMOTION -- PLAYERS' WEEKEND: Players' Weekend presented by Valspar will again bring a bright splash of color to baseball the weekend of Aug. 24-26 with a relaxation of uniform rules and an opportunity for players to salute those who helped pave their paths to the big leagues. Once again, nicknames will replace surnames on jerseys, which will feature colorful concoctions and youthful designs. Players will also wear and use uniquely designed bats, spikes, batting gloves, wristbands, compression sleeves and catcher's gear. Players will have the option of wearing T-shirts highlighting a cause or charity during pregame workouts and postgame interviews. To learn more, visit mlb.com.  
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- GIANTS COMMUNITY FUND: The Giants Community Fund will have "Mystery Grab Bags" available for purchase. Each bag includes one premium item, such as an autographed ball or bobblehead, and several smaller promotional items. Bags will be sold pre-game or until they sell out. To learn more, visit jrgiants.org. 
 
 SAT., AUG 25 | 1:05 P.M. | TEXAS RANGERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM
: Johnny Stanton
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by AAA
GIVEAWAY -- BUSTER HUGS BOBBLEHEAD: Presented by AAA -- First 35,000 fans will receive either the Buster Posey or Brian Wilson bobblehead 
 
GATE TIMES: All gates will open at 11:05 a.m. 
 
SPECIAL PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- 2010 WORLD SERIES TRIBUTE -- The Giants will recognize members of the 2010 World Series team during a pre-game celebration. Matt Cain, Aubrey Huff, Andres Torres, Cody 
Ross, Brian Wilson, Freddy Sanchez, Pat Burrell, Jeremy Affeldt and Edgar Renteria are scheduled to appear.  
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- 2010 WORLD SERIES TRIBUTE -- The Giants will celebrate the 2010 Giants World Series Championship during a special pre-game celebration at AT&T Park. This SOLD OUT VIP ticket package includes admission to the Triples Alley premium location from 10:35 a.m.-12:35 p.m., complimentary food and beverage (including beer and wine) and a commemorative 2010 World Series Ring desktop collectable. An alumni Q&A panel will be led by Jeremy Affeldt and the following alumni are scheduled to participate: Matt Cain, Aubrey Huff, Andres Torres, Cody Ross, Brian Wilson, Freddy Sanchez, Pat Burrell and Edgar Renteria. *Fans must have a VIP special event ticket to receive this item and attend this event. 
 
SPECIAL PROMOTION -- PLAYERS' WEEKEND: Players' Weekend presented by Valspar will again bring a bright splash of color to baseball the weekend of Aug. 24-26 with a relaxation of uniform rules and an opportunity for players to salute those who helped pave their paths to the big leagues. Once again, nicknames will replace surnames on jerseys, which will feature colorful concoctions and youthful designs. Players will also wear and use uniquely designed bats, spikes, batting gloves, wristbands, compression sleeves and catcher's gear. Players will have the option of wearing T-shirts highlighting a cause or charity during pregame workouts and postgame interviews. To learn more, visit mlb.com.  

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- SAVE THE REDWOODS LEAGUE 100th ANNIVERSARY: Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has worked to protect and restore redwood forests and connect people to their peace and beauty. They have pioneered innovative, science-based forest-restoration work, educated thousands of schoolchildren about the uniqueness and resilience of these wild marvels of nature, improved access to parkland and helped create parks and reserves that have touched the lives of millions of people from around the world. They have partnered with the Giants this season to commemorate their centennial. To learn more, visit savetheredwoods.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- SAVE THE REDWOODS LEAGUE: Representatives from the Save the Redwoods League will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. 
 
 SUN., AUG 26 | 1:05 P.M. | TEXAS RANGERS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Marcus Washington
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by Zynga
GIVEAWAY -- GROCERY TOTE: Presented by MLB Network -- First 25,000 fans  
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- DOG DAYS OF SUMMER -- Presented by Zynga: The Giants will host the annual Dog Days of Summer event at AT&T Park. This special event ticket includes admission for one fan and one dog to the game, as well as a Giants-themed LED collar. Dogs and owners will be invited to participate in a pre-game on-field costume contest and parade. *Fans must have a special event ticket to participate in this event. Only one dog will be allowed per adult and all dogs must be over six months old. The Giants reserve the right to refuse any dog. A veterinarian will be on site in case of an emergency. Please visit sfgiants.com/promotions for more information. 
 
SPECIAL PROMOTION -- PLAYERS' WEEKEND: Players' Weekend presented by Valspar will again bring a bright splash of color to baseball the weekend of Aug. 24-26 with a relaxation of uniform rules and an opportunity for players to salute those who helped pave their paths to the big leagues. Once again, nicknames will replace surnames on jerseys, which will feature colorful concoctions and youthful designs. Players will also wear and use uniquely designed bats, spikes, batting gloves, wristbands, compression sleeves and catcher's gear. Players will have the option of wearing T-shirts highlighting a cause or charity during pregame workouts and postgame interviews. To learn more, visit mlb.com. 
 
SPECIAL PRE-GAME CEREMONY -- COACH AND TEAM PARENT RECOGNITION DAY
: The Giants Community Fund and Bank of America will welcome more than 2,400 Junior Giants coaches and team parents to AT&T Park to celebrate Coach and Team Recognition Day. On the field pre-game, coach and team parent recipients of this year's Junior Giants Willie Mac Award, presented by PG&E, will be recognized alongside Willie McCovey*. One volunteer from each league was selected to receive the award based on their dedication to their communities and exemplification of the Junior Giants mission. *Appearance subject to change. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- GREEN APPLE: Green Apple Day of Service gives parents, teachers, students, companies and local organizations the opportunity to transform all schools into healthy, safe and productive learning environments through local service events. To learn more, visit greenapple.org.  
 
KIDS RUN THE BASES -- Presented by See's Candies: Kids 14 & under are invited to run the bases following Sunday's game. Participants must exit the ballpark after the game and re-enter at the right field viewing portal from the Port Walk. After kids have finished running the bases, they will be directed out of the ballpark by event staff behind home plate. 
 
 MON., AUG 27 | 7:15 P.M. | ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Novato Charter School 
 
SPECIAL PRE-GAME EVENT -- WILLIE MCCOVEY GOLF CLASSIC: The Giants Community Fund hosts its annual golf tournament at San Francisco's TPC Harding Park, featuring Hall of Famer, Willie McCovey. This event pairs a Giants celebrity with each sponsored foursome. This year's celebrities include: Jeremy Affeldt, Matt Cain, Dave 
Dravecky, Cody Ross and many others. For information about this event and other Giants Community Fund endeavors, visit jrgiants.org. 

SPECIAL EVENT -- THE SANDLOT NIGHT -- A 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: The Giants will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of The Sandlot at AT&T Park. This special event ticket includes a limited edition The Sandlot-themed Giants t-shirt. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item. 

SPECIAL EVENT -- IRISH HERITAGE NIGHT: In partnership with the Irish Immigration Pastoral Center: The Giants will host the second of two Irish Heritage Nights at AT&T Park. This special event ticket package includes an Irish-themed Giants expandable backpack. Partial proceeds from all Irish Heritage Night special event tickets will benefit local nonprofits in the Irish community. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item. 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- UNION NIGHT: The Giants will host Union Night to help fans show support for Northern Californian union workers. Groups of 25 or more will get special acknowledgement during the game on the scoreboard at no extra cost. To learn more, visit sfgiants.com/specialevents
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES: The California Academy of Sciences is a renowned scientific and educational institution dedicated to exploring, explaining, and sustaining life on Earth. Based in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, it's home to a world-class aquarium, planetarium, and natural history museum-all under one living roof. To learn more, visit calacademy.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES: Representatives from the California Academy of Sciences will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. 
 
 TUES., AUG 28 | 7:15 P.M. | ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: 4th Ave  
 
PRE-GAME PROMOTION -- SAY HEY TUESDAY PRESENTED BY NBC SPORTS BAY AREA: NBC Sports Bay Area will host Giants Pregame Live and Giants Postgame Live from Willie Mays Plaza. Fans are invited to come out early, grab a collector edition cheer card designed by local artists, and watch their favorite sports analysts. The first 500 fans who come to Willie Mays Plaza and get in line at the NBC Sports Bay Area tent will receive a giveaway. For the lineup of giveaways and cheer cards visit nbcsportsbayarea.com/SHT
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- BRUCE LEE TRIBUTE NIGHT: Fans can celebrate the iconic martial artist and San Francisco native, Bruce Lee through Bruce Lee Tribute Night at AT&T Park. With this special event game ticket, fans will receive a Bruce Lee/Giants "Flying Man" snapback hat. A portion of proceeds from special event ticket sales will benefit the Bruce Lee Foundation *Fans must have this special event ticket to receive this item. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- IMMUNIZATION COALITION: The San Francisco Immunization Coalition works to increase immunization rates and prevent disease by creating and distributing educational materials for health professionals and the public that enhance the delivery of safe and effective immunization services. To learn more, visit sfimmunizationcoalition.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- IMMUNIZATION COALITION
: Representatives from the Immunization Coalition will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. 
 
 WED., AUG 29 | 7:15 P.M. | ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA, MLBN (out of market only) 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Shulem CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by the Giants Community Fund 

SPECIAL EVENT -- JEWISH HERITAGE NIGHT: In partnership with the Jewish Community Federation and Chabad of San Francisco: The Giants will host Jewish Heritage Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket package includes admission to the Jewish Heritage Night pre-game party in Lot A from 5:00-7:00 p.m. and a Jewish-themed Giants beanie. Cultural food and beverage will be available for purchase at the pre-game party. Partial proceeds from all Jewish Heritage Night special event ticket sales will benefit local charitable organizations in the Jewish Community. *Fans must have a special event ticket to attend this event and receive this item. 
 
FANTASY FOOTBALL CHALLENGE WITH HUNTER PENCE: The Giants Community Fund and No Kid Hungry will benefit from partial proceeds raised through Big League Impact's Fantasy Football Challenge with Hunter Pence in the Gotham Club at AT&T Park. To learn more and find out how to participate, please visit bigleagueimpact.org.  
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- BLOOD CENTERS OF THE PACIFIC: Blood Centers of the Pacific is a nonprofit, community-based organization that provides blood and blood components to hospitals, physicians and patients throughout Northern California. Blood Centers of the Pacific provides the critical link between blood donors who generously give the gift of life and the local patients who need this lifesaving gift. To learn more, visit bloodcenters.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- BLOOD CENTERS OF THE PACIFIC: Representatives from Blood Centers of the Pacific will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning.  
 
 FRI., AUG 31 | 7:15 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Lou Evans
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by AT&T
FIREWORKS NIGHT: Presented by Altec Lansing 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- STAR TREK NIGHT: The Giants will host Star Trek Night at AT&T Park. This special event ticket includes a collector's edition Star Trek/Giants Starfleet Command Badge Hat. All fans are encouraged to come to AT&T Park dressed up as their favorite Star Trek character. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- BEYOND DIFFERENCES: Beyond Differences empowers students to end social isolation in middle school through online and on campus programs. They work to ensure that every child in middle school feels accepted, included and valued by their peers no matter what their differences. To learn more, visit beyonddifferences.org. 
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- GIANTS COMMUNITY FUND: The Giants Community Fund will have "Mystery Grab Bags" available for purchase. Each bag includes one premium item, such as an autographed ball or bobblehead, and several smaller promotional items. Bags will be sold pre-game or until they sell out. To learn more, visit jrgiants.org. 
 
 SAT., SEPT 1 | 1:05 P.M. | NEW YORK METS

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Representative from Fellowship Day
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Representative from Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- PEDIATRIC CANCER AWARENESS -- Presented by Toyota: The Giants will host pediatric cancer awareness day to raise awareness and funds for pediatric cancer. This special event ticket includes a Buster Posey/pediatric cancer awareness themed glove statue. Also offered, the VIP ticket package includes admission to the Triples Alley pregame party from 10:35 a.m.-12:35 p.m., complimentary food and beverage (including beer and wine), the Buster Posey special event glove statue, as well as an autographed Buster Posey collectable Gold Glove statue, each individually numbered, with a signed Buster Posey baseball. A portion of proceeds from every pediatric cancer awareness special event ticket will benefit the Buster and Kristen Posey Fund for Pediatric Cancer Research. Additionally, preselected pediatric cancer patients and their families will participate in a special meet and greet with Buster and Kristen Posey and will be honored during a home plate ceremony and throughout the game. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive the glove statue or VIP ticket to receive both items and attend this event. 
 
SPECIAL EVENT -- FELLOWSHIP DAY: In partnership with Salvation Army, K-LOVE and Spirit West Coast Festivals: The Giants will host the annual Fellowship Day at AT&T Park. This special event ticket includes a limited-edition Fellowship-themed Giants blanket. A portion of proceeds from special event ticket purchases will go back to the Salvation Army, to aid in their ongoing mission. After the game, all special event ticket holders are invited to stay and listen to players give their testimonials about how faith has played a beneficial role in their personal and professional lives. Additionally, Phil Wickham will be performing live for all fans in attendance. *Fans must have a special event ticket to receive this item and attend this event. 
 
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT -- PEDIATRIC CANCER AWARENESS DAY
: The Giants will host Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day at AT&T Park to raise awareness and support for pediatric cancer research and treatment.  
 
COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE -- PEDIATRIC CANCER AWARENESS DAY: Representatives from local pediatric cancer awareness organizations will be in the Community Clubhouse, located on the Promenade Level behind Section 119, from the time gates open through the 4th inning. 
 
SUN., SEPT 2 | 1:05 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  

BROADCASTS: KNBR 680AM, SPANISH RADIO KXZM 93.7FM, NBC SPORTS BAY AREA 
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Presented by Toyota
GIVEAWAY -- BUSTER POSEY SOCKS: Presented by Toyota -- First 20,000 fans  
 
SPECIAL PROMOTION -- STRIKE OUT HUNGER FOOD DRIVE: Presented by Sysco San Francisco: All fans who donate $5 or 5 cans of food to SF/Marin Food Bank will receive a Giants drawstring bag. 
 
KIDS RUN THE BASES -- Presented by See's Candies: Kids 14 & under are invited to run the bases following Sunday's game. Participants must exit the ballpark after the game and re-enter at the right field viewing portal from the Port Walk. After kids have finished running the bases, they will be directed out of the ballpark by event staff behind home plate. 
 
 NOTES  
 
BART MAINTENANCE TO IMPACT FANS TRAVELING FROM THE EAST BAY TO AT&T PARK: Weekend Service Modifications - 19th Street and West Oakland Stations: Over the next two weekends, August 25-26 and September 1-3, BART will make major repairs on the track and other infrastructure between 19th Street and West Oakland stations. During this time trains will not run between West Oakland and Lake Merritt and West Oakland and 19th Street. Instead, AC Transit will provide free bus service between these stations. The trip is estimated to take 10-15 minutes. All transfers, including to the bus service to West Oakland, should be made at 19th Street. There will be limited parking at West Oakland during the weekend service modifications. 
 
PRE-GAME BALLPARK TOURS: The Giants have recently added pregame tours to the AT&T Park Tours lineup. Before gates are open to 
the public, tour guests will have the chance to watch the teams warm up on the field from the first three rows behind home plate.  
 
Pre-Game Tour Schedule: 7:15 p.m. First Pitch - 4:00 p.m. tour 6:05 p.m. First Pitch - 3:00 p.m. tour 1:05 p.m. First Pitch - 10 a.m. tour 12:45 a.m. First Pitch - 9:30 a.m. tour For more information, please visit sfgiants.com/tours
 
GIANT VAULT: To honor and commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the San Francisco Giants, an extraordinary museum of treasured and coveted artifacts related to Giants heritage has been installed within AT&T Park. Each year the artifacts on display will rotate to celebrate a specific theme and/or era related to Giants history. The Giant Vault is located inside the Lefty O'Doul Gate and is accessible to all fans inside the park. The exhibition currently on display for the 2018 season pays tribute to the last season of the Giants in New York (1957) and their move West to San Francisco in 1958. All fans can visit the Giant Vault once they are inside the ballpark. 

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Giants announce tentative 2019 regular season schedule

San Francisco will play AL East in Interleague

The San Francisco Giants announced today that they will open the 2019 regular season on Thursday, March 28 at the San Diego Padres, marking the 10th-consecutive year that the Giants will open the season on the road. The Giants will play their home opener against the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, April 5, marking their first home opener against Tampa Bay, and the first time they will host the Rays since 2002.  

Following their opening four game series in San Diego from March 28-31, the Giants will travel to Los Angeles-NL for a three-game series, April 1-3, before coming home for a 10-game homestand against Tampa Bay (April 5-7), San Diego (April 8-10) and Colorado (April 11-14).

The San Francisco Giants announced today that they will open the 2019 regular season on Thursday, March 28 at the San Diego Padres, marking the 10th-consecutive year that the Giants will open the season on the road. The Giants will play their home opener against the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, April 5, marking their first home opener against Tampa Bay, and the first time they will host the Rays since 2002.  

Following their opening four game series in San Diego from March 28-31, the Giants will travel to Los Angeles-NL for a three-game series, April 1-3, before coming home for a 10-game homestand against Tampa Bay (April 5-7), San Diego (April 8-10) and Colorado (April 11-14).

For the seventh-straight season, the Giants will play 19 games against each of their four National League West rivals - Arizona, Colorado, Los Angeles and San Diego. 

The Giants will face the American League East in Interleague, playing a home-and-home series with the Toronto Blue Jays (April 23-24 at Rogers Centre; May 14-15 at AT&T Park), a three game home series with the Tampa Bay Rays (April 5-7), a three-game home set with the New York Yankees (April 26-28), as well as a three-game road series at the Baltimore Orioles (May 31-June 2) and three games at the Boston Red Sox (Sept. 17-19). 

A four-game, home-and-home series between the Giants and Athletics will take place, with the first series at AT&T Park, Aug. 13-14 and the second series at the Oakland Coliseum, Aug. 24-25.

Information regarding holiday ticket sales and Fanfest will be available in the fall.

Additional highlights of the San Francisco Giants' 2019 campaign include:   

• San Francisco will finish the regular season at home against their NL West rivals, Rockies (Sept. 24-26) and Dodgers (Sept. 27-29).

• 14 home weekends in all, including three against the Yankees (April 26-28) and two against the Dodgers (June 7-9 & Sept. 27-29).

• The Giants have one 10-game homestand (April 5-14), one nine-game homestand (Aug. 5-14) and one eight-game homestand (June 7-16).

• San Francisco will have four three-city road trips overall.

• A scheduled split home double-header against the Diamondbacks on Saturday, June 29.

• The Giants will play at home on Mother's Day (May 12 vs. Cincinnati) and Father's Day (June 16 vs. Milwaukee). They play at Pittsburgh on Easter Sunday, April 21 and at St. Louis on Labor Day, Sept. 2. Memorial Day, May 27 and the Fourth of July are scheduled off days. The Giants will also enjoy a rare Friday night off on Aug. 23, a day before opening a two-game series at Oakland. 

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Giants roster moves for Aug. 21, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves: 

RHP Derek Law has been optioned to triple-A Sacramento.
RHP Chris Stratton (#34) has been recalled from double-A Richmond. 
 

The Giants made the following roster moves: 

RHP Derek Law has been optioned to triple-A Sacramento.
RHP Chris Stratton (#34) has been recalled from double-A Richmond. 
 

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Giants roster moves for Aug. 20, 2018

The Giants made the following roster moves:

RHP Ray Black was optioned to triple-A Sacramento post-game yesterday, Aug. 19.

The Giants made the following roster moves:

RHP Ray Black was optioned to triple-A Sacramento post-game yesterday, Aug. 19.

RHP Derek Law (#64) has been recalled from triple-A Sacramento today.

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