Giants reveal "What's New" for the 2018 season at AT&T Park

The San Francisco Giants held its annual Media Open House on Friday to reveal "what's new" at AT&T Park for the 2018 season.

March 23rd, 2018

Promotions & Special Events

Below are some of the highlighted promotions and special events for the 2018 season. 


Home Opener: The Giants will begin their 60th year in San Francisco, 136th in franchise history, and 19th season at AT&T Park when they host the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday, April 3. Fans are encouraged to be in their seats no later than 1:00 p.m. for the Opening Day festivities. Ceremonies will feature the return of many Giants alumni who span all decades of San Francisco Giants baseball - from the first game played at Seals Stadium on April 15, 1958 to today. Players scheduled to participate include Hall of Famers Willie Mays and Willie McCovey, Vida Blue, John Montefusco, Chris Speier, Dave Dravecky, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, Jeffrey Leonard, Robby Thompson, Marvin Benard, Robb Nen, Travis Ishikawa, Brian Johnson, Jeremy Affeldt, Dusty Baker and Barry Bonds. Local favorite Chris Isaak will perform the National Anthem. The Giants will also honor the late San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee, who died unexpectedly in December. All past and present San Francisco mayors (The Honorable Diane Feinstein, Art Agnos, Frank Jordan, Willie Brown, Gavin Newsom, London Breed and Mark Farrell) will join Mayor Lee's wife, Anita, for this very special on-field tribute.

Bonds Number Retirement: 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), Mell 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.

Wall of Fame: On Saturday, July 28, the Giants will unveil two plaques on the team's Wall of Fame in honor of 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.

60th Anniversary-themed Giveaways

Fan Favorites & Notable Giveaways

Wearable Giveaways

Kids Only Giveaways, 14 & under

Special Ticket Events & Fundraisers - These events require a Special Event ticket purchase. Special Event tickets can be purchased online at, by calling 415-972-2298, or at the Giants Box Office or any of the Giants Dugout Stores.

60th Anniversary - World Series Team Celebration VIP Experiences

Gold Glove Celebration

Rugby Night

#BayAreaUnite Programs

Programs, Dates and Special Event Giveaway Items:

Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day

College Night Series:

Stanford Night - Presented by AT&T

SJSU Night

SFSU Night

UC Berkeley Night - Presented by AT&T

USF Night

St. Mary's College Night

Santa Clara University Night

Music Series Events

Metallica Night

Jerry Garcia Tribute Night

Family Fun/Pop Culture Special Events

MARVEL Super Heroes Day(s)

Pixar Day at the Park


Facebook Live Airing of MLB Games: Major League Baseball and Facebook entered into a historic agreement for the 2018 season to produce and broadcast one game every week to a global audience on Facebook. This 25-game package of weekly broadcasts will be distributed exclusively on Facebook Watch in the United States via the MLB Live show Page - marking MLB's first digital-only national broadcasts. Every game also will be available globally on the show Page, excluding select international markets. Each monthly broadcast schedule will be announced during the season.

Original Content produced by SFG Productions: SFG Productions, the in-house video production team for the San Francisco Giants, produces original content for in-game entertainment, digital, social and TV distribution. In 2018 SFG Productions will produce six original episodes of a new 1-on-1 interview series with host Renel Brooks-Moon.   Brooks-Moon will interview Giants legends and alumni in a celebration of the Giants' 60th year in San Francisco. Short and long form digital story content can be viewed on San Francisco Giants official Youtube channel, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and

Spanish Radio Broadcasts: The San Francisco Giants and Lazer Broadcasting will continue their partnership keeping KXZM 93.7 FM in the San Francisco/San Jose markets as the Spanish flagship radio station of the Giants. The Spanish radio network, which also includes, KJOR 104.1 FM Santa Rosa, KBAA 103.3 FM Grass Valley, KFOY 1060 AM Reno, and KMLY 95.1 FM Salinas, will carry a total of 103 broadcasts including all 81 home games and road games against the Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres and Oakland Athletics. The Giants broadcast team of Tito Fuentes, Marvin Benard and Erwin Higueros will call the games. 

Interactive Media

Social Media: With over 7 million fans across twelve social media channels, the @SFGiants experienced growth throughout the 2017 season. The #SFGiants Social Media team will continue to reach the dedicated fans during the 2018 season by delivering fresh content, behind the scenes looks and engaging with the active follower base. To stay connected, visit The #SFGiants Social Media Channels include: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Periscope, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Google+, YouTube, Reddit and Medium.

MLB Ballpark App: MLB Ballpark App returns as the Official App of AT&T Park for the 2018 season. Contained within the Ballpark App are game details, check-in services, featured video content, the 2018 schedule, and exclusive offers and promotions. The Ballpark App is also the perfect in-game digital companion designed to enhance your visit to AT&T Park. Ticketing features include easy and convenient management of your Giants tickets including transfer, three-tap purchase, in-game upgrades, and mobile ticket delivery. New for 2018, our chatbot "Ask Lou" will be available within the Ballpark App to provide automated concierge service to help you get the most out of your visit to AT&T Park. By speaking directly into the Ballpark App, "Ask Lou" will answer your questions about AT&T Park, including where to get your favorite foods, how to find the Hall of Bobbleheads, or the best way to get home after the game.

Fans can download the Ballpark App for free from the iTunes store or Google Play App.


AT&T Wireless Upgrades: Continuing our tradition of off-season wireless connectivity enhancements, AT&T and the Giants are providing "more for your thing"-- connecting fans to the people, information and entertainment they care about. In one of the most extensive wireless upgrades in AT&T Park history, AT&T installed over 32 miles of fiber/copper cabling and leveraged existing under-seat WiFi infrastructure to enhance 97 cellular service sectors. This densification initiative effectively triples wireless capacity for AT&T customers at AT&T Park, enabling Giants fans to stay more connected than ever before.

Bon Appétit Point-of-Sale System Upgrade: In partnership with food service provider Bon Appétit, the Giants have completely revamped the AT&T Park point-of-sale system heading into 2018. All 400+ registers have been replaced in an effort to streamline the purchasing experience for Giants fans. Over the course of the season, the Giants will provide fans with additional payment options, leveraging Visa Quick Chip, supporting EMV and other emerging contactless payment methods.


Ballpark Pass: In celebration of 60 years in San Francisco, the Giants Ballpark Pass will be available to a limited number of fans (1,000) for the monthly subscription cost of $19.58. The Ballpark Pass, originally introduced in 2017, will allow fans access to AT&T Park for almost all regular season home games in 2018, excluding Opening Day (4/3) and Bonds' Number Retirement Day (8/11). The monthly mobile-only subscription product is designed to allow fans to experience Giants game day from popular ballpark locations like the Jack Daniels Bar located under the centerfield bleachers. Delivered exclusively through the MLB Ballpark App, fans will have the opportunity to upgrade to seats with their mobile device upon entering the Ballpark. Giants Ballpark Pass holders will also receive exclusive discounts and sponsor offers through their digital subscription. More information is available at

New Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled Access Control: The Giants will now support Near Field Communication (NFC) access to AT&T Park, through a first-of-its-kind integration with's latest advancement in access control. This innovative technology will allow fans that have their tickets delivered to Apple Wallet simply and securely tap on their iPhone or Apple Watch to use mobile ticketing entry at the ballpark. The multi-purpose system also will continue to support scanning traditional bar-coded tickets. While the deployment specifically will be a step forward in the fan experience for mobile accessibility this season, future developments with will focus on the complete Digital Ticketing process, including fan service and ticket purchase right at the point of entry for a frictionless customer experience.

Corporate Partners

The Giants head into the 2018 season with a diverse family of corporate partners that represent a variety of local, regional, national and international companies.

The Giants take great pride in developing strategic, results-oriented programs for partners of all sizes with activations that include brand marketing, promotions, community outreach, media and hospitality options.

The Giants are pleased to have extended their longstanding relationships with many key sponsors while welcoming new ones to the family.

Alaska Airlines: Alaska Airlines enters the 2018 season as the official airline of the Giants for the next seven years, extending the partnership that Virgin America established with the organization in 2008. The partnership features many cobranded elements including the Giants-themed Airbus 321, which carries the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in orange across the fuselage with the orange and black Giants logo above the wing and a large black "SF" on the back section of the fuselage. In addition the AT&T Park Club Level and Loft are now called the Alaska Airlines Club Level and Alaska Airlines Loft at McCovey Cove. Both areas have been updated to combine the look and feel of the airline with the premium level experiences Giants fans have appreciated on this ballpark level. The highly popular "2-for-1" Flight Voucher giveaway for the first 40,000 fans will take place on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Plaza: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Plaza located behind the Centerfield Bleachers is a key addition to a new multi-year partnership between Sierra Nevada and the San Francisco Giants. Sierra Nevada will be bringing unique beer offers, tastings and activations throughout AT&T Park this season.

Corona: Part of the Constellation Brand family, Corona Extra has been brewed and bottled in Mexico since 1925. Corona is known best for being the #1 selling imported beer and #5 selling beer over all in the US. Dedicated to a positive, carefree state of mind, Corona embraces a lifestyle that is social and fun, making them a perfect partner for Giants baseball. Corona will be available for purchase in 16oz cans on all levels of AT&T Park.

Beringer: Beringer is known for establishing many 'firsts' as leaders in the wine industry. And pursuing balance between modern technology and time-tested winemaking traditions. Beringer Wines will be available for purchase throughout the ballpark at various points of sales and on all California Wine Carts. Beringer will also be providing our fans with in-game entertainment by sponsoring the Kiss Cam!

San Antonio Winery: San Antonio Winery, one of the oldest and largest operating wineries in Los Angeles will be highlighting their Stella Rosa brand at AT&T Park through their aluminum bottles offered throughout the ballpark.

BevMo!: The number one specialty beverage retailer on the west coast. The BevMo! philosophy is simple, "shopping for beverages should be as much fun as drinking them!" With that, BevMo! partnered with us to make the Giants fan shopping experience even better. On the back of every game ticket for the 2018 season, BevMo! has provided a $10 off Coupon on a purchase on $50 or more in-store or online. CHEERS!

Coupa: Coupa Software based here in the Bay Area signed a multi-year partnership highlighted by key branding on the light tower. Coupa serves as a spending management platform to businesses throughout the world focusing on sourcing, invoicing, procurement and expenses.

Hims: Hims is a men's wellness brand dedicated to enlightening guys to be the best version of themselves through proactivity around health and preventative self-care.

Cohesity: Cohesity is one of the newest partners of the Giants assisting the Giants IT team on secondary storage of data helping the Giants run more efficiently day in and day out.

San Francisco Giants Clubhouse at SFO: The Giants have partnered with airport restaurateur Tastes on the Fly to create the San Francisco Giants Clubhouse in Terminal 3 at San Francisco International Airport. This will be the first time the Giants will create a restaurant experience outside of AT&T Park and is scheduled to open in mid-April. The restaurant will feature an immersive environment using a wrap-around digital wall that will showcase sports, news, movies and interactive entertainment. Three replica World Series trophies will be housed in a display case at the front of the restaurant along with a rotating exhibit of Giants memorabilia. San Francisco Giants Clubhouse will be designed by BCV Architects. Its modern aesthetic will combine the spirit of the Giants' fan base with an elegant urban experience to create a fun, sophisticated space.

Multi-year Renewals: The Giants are proud that the following partners have extended their current support and individual programs for years to come with the Giants.

Food Offerings (@SFGiantFoodie; @GiantsGarden)

Bon Appétit Management Company is now the exclusive food service provider for AT&T Park. Since AT&T Park opened in 2000, Bon Appétit has operated the park's premium food service so fans can expect the same level of superior and innovative food service that they have enjoyed for the past two decades in the Blue Shield Field Club, Alaska Airlines Club Level, Oracle Suite Level, Gotham Club, Public House and catering, throughout the entire park. Based in Palo Alto, California, Bon Appétit operates more than 1,000 cafés in 33 states for dozens of marquee clients. The company has won many awards for its pioneering, environmentally and socially responsible practices.

New Menu Items:

The Garden:

Promenade Level:

View Level:

Blue Shield Field Club:

Alaska Airlines Club Level:

Souvenir Cup: New Souvenir Cup designs will be introduced throughout the Giants season. Fans will see a new Opening Day Cup featuring the 60th anniversary logo, to be followed by the popular Giants schedule cup during the first homestands.

Capital Improvements

Each season the Giants continue to make enhancements to AT&T Park to enhance the ballpark experience for our fans.

Bollards & Planters: In a continued effort to harden the perimeter of AT&T Park, the Giants have continued the implementation of bollards and planters in the past year to provide additional security and protection for fans from vehicular street traffic.

Expanded Netting: The Giants have joined all MLB Clubs this season in expanding the protective netting beyond the dugouts. Safety is the top priority at AT&T Park and the Giants have worked closely with MLB to implement their recommendations to enhance the safety and security of the fans. They have redesigned and expanded the protective netting to extend beyond the dugouts to Section 105 on the first base side and Section 126 on the third base side. This expansion builds on the successful implementation of a new netting system installed before the 2016 season. With the expansion system, sightlines have been improved by removing the remaining vertical support poles, in favor of much less obtrusive cables. The expanded netting was also designed to maximize the potential for fan/player interaction behind the dugouts and in the outfield.

Art Installation

The Giants Vault: A new exhibit space located just inside the O'Doul Gate entrance. The Giants Vault will feature rotating themed exhibits each season. In celebration of the Giants 60 years in San Francisco, the first exhibit will celebrate The Move West. Exhibits will be combinations of artifacts from collectors and the Giants archives as well as timeline wall displays. Stephen Wong and Rick Swig are the featured collectors for this exhibit. Lise Peters and Irene McLean have also donated items for this display. Artifacts include Willie Mays' 1957 jersey, last home plate from the Polo Grounds, Johnny Antonelli's 1958 jersey, 1958 OD Scorecard and Daryl Spencer's first home run in San Francisco ball, among others.

Alaska Airlines Club Gallery: The 25 display cases on the Club Level have been updated for the 2018 season. A variety of themes, all revolving around the Giants 60th anniversary are highlighted, including the Giants retired numbers, award winners and postseason berths. Some displays, like the Cy Young Award and World Series displays will remain for the entire season while others, like the Ballpark and All Star cases will be updated through the season to showcase the Giants history in San Francisco.

@Cafe: To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Giants in San Francisco, the Giants have added the "Hall of Bobbleheads", a display inside the @Cafe that will celebrate the history of Giants bobbleheads given away at Candlestick Park and AT&T Park. Along with a permanent display inside the @Cafe of all ballpark giveaway bobbleheads, there will also be a temporary display throughout the season that celebrates the many special event bobbleheads that Giants fans have grown to love. Inside the Hall of Bobbleheads, fans will learn the story of how the Giants helped start a new movement of the modern bobblehead by creating a Willie Mays Bobblehead in 1999 as part of the "Tell it Goodbye" celebration at Candlestick Park. The overwhelming demand and popularity of this bobblehead sparked many teams to also giveaway bobbleheads to their fans. When you visit the Hall of Bobbleheads, you will be greeted by a life-size recreation of the 1999 Willie Mays Bobblehead, suitable for a selfie.

60th Anniversary Special Commemorations

Game Baseballs: For all home games, the Giants will use a 60th Anniversary logo baseball.

Commemorative Tickets: The history shared between the Giants and San Francisco, since Opening Day 1958 at Seals Stadium, is being celebrated throughout the 2018 season at AT&T Park. As a special tribute, the Giants' 60th anniversary season tickets feature photos of some of the greatest Forever Giants, portrayed against a visual backdrop reflecting the artistic look of their decade.

Developed by Giants Senior Director of Graphic Design Brian Bisio and the creative team of Wayland Chew, Luke Merlini and Jason Lowery, the result is a gallery of Giants heroes - past and present - whose contributions to the first 60 years in San Francisco will never be forgotten.

Advertising Campaign

"It Doesn't Get More SF" Campaign: "It Doesn't Get More SF" highlights the team's place in San Francisco's history and culture. For 60 years, the San Francisco Giants have embodied everything that makes our city unique - from its strong community values to memorable characters to absurd coincidences; from unexpected successes to traditions that seem to appear overnight. When it comes to baseball, it doesn't get more SF than the Giants.

The brand campaign, developed in partnership with the team's new creative agency, 215 McCann, includes outdoor elements and five 30-second spots titled 'If I Weren't a Player,' each featuring a Giants team member humorously and realistically conveying how even if he weren't playing on the team, he would still be a Giants fan.

Posey: The Man Behind The Plate

Panik: A Disrupter At Second

Pence: An Artist In The Outfield

Crawford: The Professional Fan

Community Initiatives

Until There's A Cure 25th Anniversary: This season marks the 25th Anniversary of Until There's A Cure Day - a day devoted to raising awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS. The Giants and Until There's A Cure teamed up in 1994 when the Giants became the first-ever professional sports team to host an HIV/AIDS awareness game. The Reverend Cecil Williams of Glide Memorial Church welcomed fans to the historic day and set the tone of compassion and caring in the fight against AIDS. Then Giants President and Managing General Partner Peter Magowan, All-Star relief pitcher Rod Beck, Manager Dusty Baker, shortstop Royce Clayton and Giants seven-time National League MVP Barry Bonds took an active role in supporting the cause. Each year since, the Giants have committed themselves to repeating the day until there is a cure. In partnership with the Giants Community Fund and Gilead Sciences close to $2 million has been raised for care and services for those living with HIV/AIDS in the Bay Area community. Throughout the years many Giants players have worn The Bracelet, Until There's A Cure's primary fundraiser for HIV and AIDS programs and causes, including Barry Bonds, Rich Aurilia, Benito Santiago, Tsuyoshi Shinjo, Reggie Sanders, Marquis Grissom, Bengie Molina, Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain, Pablo Sandoval, Brandon Crawford, Joe Panik, Hunter Pence, Public Address Announcer Renel Brooks-Moon and Hall of Famer Willie Mays.


Giants Dugout Store at Fisherman's Wharf: Beginning in June, the Giants will open a new Dugout Store location at 145 Jefferson St at Fisherman's Wharf. The new store concept will feature an extensive offering of San Francisco Giants caps and apparel, focused on City identified logos. Other store features include the following:

San Francisco Giants 60th Anniversary Product: The Giants Dugout Store will offer Giants fans a wide assortment of merchandise celebrating the team's 60 years in San Francisco. These limited edition items will only be offered during the 2018 Baseball season and most are exclusive to the Giants Dugout Stores. Commemorative items that feature the 60th anniversary logo include authentic and replica jerseys and MLB baseballs, which will be used in-game.

Green Initiatives

Recycling Update: The Giants continue to lead the industry with their greening efforts and programs. The Giants have won nine MLB Green Glove Awards, given to the team leader in recycling and general sustainability and initiatives. The Giants continue to set industry records with their waste diversion numbers year after year, with 94 percent of their waste in 2017 being diverted from going to the landfill through an aggressive recycling and composting program (57 percent in 2009, 75 percent in 2010, 85.2 percent in 2011, 94.7 percent in 2012, 94.1 percent in 2013 and 95.7 percent in 2014, 94.8 percent in 2015, 95.08 percent in 2016). Recyclables and compostables include cans, bottles, plastic cups, cardboard, paper, wood pallets, electronic components, light bulbs, batteries, cooking grease, food waste and grass clippings. The Giants are the single largest contributor to the San Francisco Compost Program.

Giants Enterprises

Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 - July 20-22: AT&T Park will provide the spectacular backdrop to the three-day Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 tournament from July 20-22. This will be the first time ever that the Rugby World Cup Sevens will be on American soil - marking the biggest rugby event in U.S. history! The tournament features 24 men's teams and 16 women's teams competing for the title of World Champions. San Francisco 2018 will be the seventh-edition of the global tournament and the third to feature both men's and women's competitions. Tickets are currently available as three-day passes only; single game tickets may be released closer to the tournament. Experience AT&T Park like never before this summer! For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

Cooperstown S.F: Cooperstown S.F. represents a mini version of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, created by the Byer Family on the lower level of a landmark building at 128 King Street, just across the street from AT&T Park. The exhibit includes recognition of 300 plus members of the Baseball Hall of Fame and over 40 memorabilia display cases honoring the greatest players, historical material, as well as a special section for the San Francisco Giants Hall of Famers (Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Juan Marichal, Orlando Cepeda and Gaylord Perry). This unique venue is available to host meetings and receptions on both Giants' game days and off days. For more information please visit

Giants Enterprises On The Water: In July of 2017, Giants Enterprises launched the newly reimagined California Spirit, a 100-foot luxury vessel. Docked within steps of AT&T Park at Pier 40, the sleek 130-passenger yacht offers refined event opportunities for private group charters, San Francisco Giants' game day experiences, social gatherings and more. In addition, Giants Enterprises also added Yacht Lady, an 80-foot Monte Fino Motor Yacht to its fleet. Capable of hosting up to 12 guests, Yacht lady is an intimate, high-end vessel designed for both business and pleasure. Experience fine dining on the Bay and select from a variety of locally sourced food & beverage options from our newly-released menu. For more information or to book your event, visit

The Yard at Mission Rock: Located just south of AT&T Park alongside McCovey Cove, The Yard at Mission Rock gives visitors and locals alike the opportunity to experience the Mission Rock neighborhood on a small scale. The Yard has new operating hours in 2018 and will be open on Giants' game days and full venue AT&T Park events only. Tenants at The Yard include popular eatery, Creperie St. Germain and Street Soccer USA Park. Creperie St. Germain offers savory and sweet crêpes as well as time-honored cuisine used in kitchens across France. Street Soccer USA Park, the premier small-sided soccer facility in San Francisco, offers a great location for both adult and youth leagues, camps and specialized rentals throughout the year.

AT&T Park Tours Room: In November of 2017, Giants Enterprises unveiled a new theater room within AT&T Park dedicated specifically to the Tours Program. In an effort to upgrade guests' experiences, the Tours Room provides a unique location highlighting the visual history of the Giants franchise - from New York to San Francisco. Tours now begin with a comprehensive and entertaining video detailed the rich and storied history of the Giants. Narrated by San Francisco Giants Public Address Announcer, Renel Brooks-Moon, the video has served as an excellent method for educating fans from near and far. For more information, visit

Ed Sheeran - North American Stadium Tour - August 21: Global superstar Ed Sheeran will be performing at AT&T Park on Tuesday, August 21! The stadium tour supports Sheeran's 3rd album ÷ (pronounced "divide"), which was crowned the biggest album of 2017 by Nielsen Music. For more information visit

The Eagles and Zac Brown Band - September 20: One of the most influential and commercially successful American rock bands of all time, the Eagles, are pairing up with Zac Brown Band for a performance at AT&T Park on Thursday, September 20. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit

Journey & Def Leppard with Foreigner - September 21: Legendary rock bands Journey and Def Leppard are teaming up for a 58-city co-headlining North American tour that includes a performance at AT&T Park on Friday, September 21. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

Giant Race Series - Alaska Airlines Partnership: In February of 2018, Giants Enterprises welcomed Alaska Airlines as presenting sponsor of the baseball-themed run and walk Giant Race Series. Alaska Airlines signed an extensive agreement to become the official airline of the San Francisco Giants as well as the official presenting sponsor of its Giant Race Series for the next seven years.

Giants Enterprises - Private Events: Interested in booking an event at AT&T Park? For more information, visit