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Since 1970 fans have been able to vote their favorite position players and last year Giants fans accepted the challenge and as The Sporting News put it, “MLB All-Star Game 20102: Giants fans know best; their guys lead NL rout”. Voting has started to for the 2013 game so let’s keep the tradition going!
Between John McGraw managing the first All Star Game, to Bruce Bochy managing the next one, 88 players have represented the Giants in the Mid-Summer Classic.
From 1984 to last year the Giants had 12 All-Star pitchers, including 4 starters:
- Mike Krukow
- Rick Reuschel
- Jeff Brantley
- Rod Beck
- John Burkett
- Shawn Estes
- Robb Nen
- Jason Schmidt
- Tim Lincecum
- Brian Wilson
- Matt Cain
- Ryan Vogelsong
An exciting pregame ceremony kicked off Game 1 of the 2012 Fall Classic today.
- MasterCard donated $4.1 million to Standup 2 Cancer
- The teams were introduced and lined up
- Phillip Phillips sang the National Anthem followed by a ceremonial fly over
- Orlando Cepeda, Willie McCovey, Willie Mays and Gaylord Perry threw the first pitch
- Robb Nen and a member of the Boys and Girls Club presented the game ball
- Omar Vizquel said “play ball”
In 2008, to celebrate our 50th anniversary in San Francisco we installed a timeline on the View Level at the ballpark which highlighted some of our great players and amazing moments. We know that all of our fans are not able to come to a game at the park, or those who do may not be old enough to remember some of our alumni. For this road trip we decided to showcase the timeline and give everyone a bit more information about the moments. One banner, lots of recent memories are highlighted here.
In honor of the 2002 Team Reunion coming up on July 1 we wanted to highlight the bobbleheads we will be giving away on June 30th. The first 25,000 fans will receive one of the 2002 Giants Player Bobblehead presented by Chevron ExtraMile. The Bobbleheads will be randomly distributed.
In honor of the 2002 Team Reunion coming up on July 1 we wanted to look back at some of the great moments during the 2002 season. Fans were excited on September 28th when Barry Bonds hit the 46th ball into McCovey Cove, but everyone erupted when Robb Nen got his 43rd save of the season that gave the Giants the NL Wild Card Championship. But that was just the beginning. A little over a week later Tim Worrell struck out 3 batters in his 2 innings and Nen nailed down a 3-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves to win the NLCS.