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This 22" x 28" aerial poster of San Francisco is a view created on the very first Opening Day, April 11, 2000 at San Francisco's baseball stadium, ATT park, also once known as SBC park and PacBell park, home of the San Francisco Giants. <br />
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San Francisco Giants' baseball park in San Francisco is the first privately financed stadium in major league baseball since Dodger Stadium in 1962. With a seating capacity of 41,503 the park has a unique setting at the edge of San Francisco bay, with outstanding seats--the first row of seats is only 48 feet from homeplate.<br />
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The Goodyear blimp was flying and broadcasting overhead on this day. The poster also shows a containership emerging from the fog entering San Francisco bay beneath the Golden Gate bridge, an audience of boats in McCovey Cove adjacent to the ballpark, and provides an excellent view of San Francisco's South Beach marina.
This 22" x 28" aerial poster of San Francisco is a view created on the very first Opening Day, April 11, 2000 at San Francisco's baseball stadium, ATT park, also once known as SBC park and PacBell park, home of the San Francisco Giants.

San Francisco Giants' baseball park in San Francisco is the first privately financed stadium in major league baseball since Dodger Stadium in 1962. With a seating capacity of 41,503 the park has a unique setting at the edge of San...
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