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The San Francisco Giants have had at least one home run in each of their opening eight games, and the superstitious nature of some baseball lovers has many calling this a good omen for the 2016 season. Others are calling it a fluke, but no matter what you think, it’s made for great baseball. Giants fans are anxiously keeping their eyes on the coming games, and what’s better than being there in person! The team will head south this weekend for a series at LA, but will be back early next week for a run against the Diamondbacks at At&T Park. Tickets for all games, whether home or away, are available from us today!
The 2016-2017 MLB season is in full swing as many teams played their first game of the season on Tuesday, April 5. This included the San Francisco Giants who took on the Milwaukee Brewers. The Giants pitchers didn’t have a great game on the mound, but this didn’t transpire in the final 12-3 score for the Giants. Offensively, the Giants were unstoppable, which proved to be true when they hit back-to-back homers in the eighth inning. See if the good juices continue to flow when they play the Brewers again on April 6 starting at 12:40 p.m. Tickets range from $4-$43, making it an extremely affordable game to attend so don’t miss your chance.
Spring training has been confusing for the San Francisco Giants and fans alike. Going into the off-season, the Giants took to a strategy enlisting big names associated with even bigger money to create an indomitable lineup. Unfortunately, things have looked less than promising during Spring Training, although the Giants did managed to beat the Colorado Rockies 10 – 4 in a recent wallop. Will they be able to keep the steam going heading into Opening Day? Find out on Thursday, April 7 when the Los Angeles Dodgers come to visit AT&T Park. Tickets are still available for purchase and can be found for prices starting at $113 and up. Don’t miss it!
3/18/16 - The San Francisco Giants are back. The new season is going to kick off on April 4th, but you don’t have to wait that long to catch the Giants in action. They are now a few weeks into the preseason, now having a record of 7-10. You can get tickets to come out and show your support while the Giants prepare for the regular season. Tickets for the next preseason game, which will be on March 21st against the Oakland Athletics, start at just $30. Be sure to secure your spot in the stands for the regular season home opener, which will be on April 7th. The Giants will host the Los Angeles Dodgers.
10/8/15 - For this year’s San Francisco Giants, the title defense ended before it even got off the ground. The 2014 World Series Champions were eliminated from playoff contention in the final games of the regular season, missing out on the chance for back-to-back titles once again. Injuries made it tough for SF to truly take off this year, with key contributors such as Hunter Pence and Nori Aoki missing significant time. Giants fans are surely feeling confident enough, though—after all, their team has taken the trophy every other year since 2010. Now’s the time to get the best seats at AT&T Park for next season—2016 MLB tickets are on sale today!
10/1/15 - The San Francisco Giants are nearly done with the regular season. Only one home set, against the Colorado Rockies, remain. The set kicks off on October 2nd. This could be your last chance to catch the Giants live in action. Tickets for the first match of the set start as low as $9. With a record of 82-75, the Giants did very well this season, but there are still a number of teams above the Giants in ranking. They do have a very real chance of participating in the postseason, or possibly even the World Series, but it is also possible that their final game this year will be on October 4th.
9/24/15 - The San Francisco Giants won the first of three games against the Padres on September 22. After four scoreless innings, Trevor Brown had his first hit in the Major League, bringing in two runs. Angel Pagan hit a two-run homer in the seventh to help secure the 4-2 victory. The win helped the Giants in their dreams of a post season, but the next night they lost a back-and-forth game to fall seven games behind the Dodgers. The Padres and Giants play one more game, and then the Giants head to Oakland to play the A's for a three game series staring on the 25th. They will be looking to decrease the gap between them and the Dodgers before the two teams play on the 28th. You still have time to buy tickets, with prices starting at $15.
9/17/15 - The San Francisco Giants are on a roll. They hit a minor setback against the Cincinnati Reds in a close 9-8 loss, but besides that single loss, the Giants are doing excellent during this home series. They have won five of their last games, including a four-game winning streak. One set remains before they have a short series on the road, which they leave for on September 20th, then they will return for their final stretch of home games. In total, 10 games remain before the post season, so be sure to secure your spots in the stands now. Tickets for their upcoming games are still available and you can attend their homecoming for as little as $17. There's nothing stopping you from catching the Giants in action in the coming weeks.
9/10/15 - This most recent series of away games proved to be trouble for the San Francisco Giants, but they have finally ended their losing streak. On September 5th, the Giants blew the Colorado Rockies away with a 7-3 victory. That win opened up the door and the Giants won two of the next four games. Now that they are back in San Francisco, there are nine home games lined up. Plenty of opportunities to catch the action for fans to take advantage of. After heading out on the road again on September 20th, they will only have one more series of home games before the season ends. Be sure to get your tickets while you still can. Tickets for their first home game are still available starting at $15.
9/1/15 - After a trio of wins, the San Francisco Giants find themselves on the other side of the board. The losses began with a shutout against the Cardinals, followed by another loss the next night. In the first of three against the Dodgers, the Giants held the team to a tie until the Dodgers got the winning run in the bottom of the 14th inning. The game lasted so long it was past midnight before it was finally over. This week, the Giants added some depth to their outfield by trading minor leaguer Luis Ysla for Alejandro De Aza with the Red Sox. The Giants and Dodgers meet again for another match on the 1st and 2nd, and then the Giants head to Colorado for three games. You still have a chance for tickets, with prices starting at $21.
8/26/15 - The San Francisco Giants are in need of a win if they want to maintain their spot as second in the NL Western Division. They have lost their last three consecutive games, the last of which was the opening game in a three game series against the Cubs. The game started off fine, and then the Cubs scored three runs in the third followed by three in the fourth and another two in the sixth. The Giants were unable to get on the board until the sixth inning. A four run rally in the eighth closed the gap, but it was too little, too late. The two teams meet again on the 26th and 27th, and then the Giants host the Cardinals for three games. Tickets are still available with prices starting at $18.
8/21/15 - After sweeping the Nationals in impressive fashion, the San Francisco Giants weren’t quite so lucky versus the NL-best Cardinals. St. Louis took two out of three from the defending World Champs, with only the middle game decided by more than one run. The Giants shut out the Redbirds 2-0 on Tuesday but dropped nail-biters on Monday (2-1) and Wednesday (4-3). The losses kept SF two games back of their rivals from L.A. in the NL West race, but just 3.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot, the black-and-orange know they’re in position for another postseason run. It’ll be a big series at AT&T Park starting this Tuesday when the Chicago Cubs come to town—get tickets for the opener starting at $27 each!
8/14/15 - The San Francisco Giants had a lot of trouble during their series of away games, but that is all over now. They are back in San Francisco and they are back to winning. Most recently, the Giants have been able to score three runs against the Houston Astros for the win. They will only be playing two games against the Astros and four more against the Washington Nationals before hitting the road again, so be sure to catch them live while you can. Their final home game will be on August 16th. Their next game is almost entirely sold out, but you can attend the first match against the Nationals for just $32. Secure your spot in the stands early and see how far their winning streak can go.
8/6/15 - After losing the first of three games against the Braves, the San Francisco Giants won 8-3. The Giants scored first with a run in the top of the first inning. The Braves answered back in the third and the game remained close until the Giants' Matt Duffy tied the game with a double in the eighth inning. Hunter Pence then hit a three-run homer to ensure the victory. The Giants added two more runs in the ninth inning for good measure. The two teams play again on the 5th, and then the Giants head to Chicago for a four game series against the Cubs. You still have a chance to watch the games in person by buying your tickets on Razorgator. Ticket prices start at $33.
7/30/15 - The San Francisco Giants have had a productive season so far, standing in second place in the NL West Division. They follow the Los Angeles Dodgers by only three wins and have won their last nine of ten games. On July 20 the Padres stopped the Giants six-game winning streak by beating them 4-2. Don’t worry though, the Giants answered by creaming the Padres the next two games of the series. The Giants are looking forward to taking on the Oakland Athletics this weekend on home turf. Watching live baseball is perfect weekend entertainment for family and friends. Tickets for all games against the Athletics are still available and affordable. Ticket prices range from $60 up to the hundreds. Don’t wait and purchase yours today.
7/23/15 - The San Francisco Giants have had a productive season so far, standing in second place in the NL West Division. They follow the Los Angeles Dodgers by only three wins and have won their last nine of ten games. On July 20 the Padres stopped the Giants six-game winning streak by beating them 4-2. Don’t worry though, the Giants answered by creaming the Padres the next two games of the series. The Giants are looking forward to taking on the Oakland Athletics this weekend on home turf. Watching live baseball is perfect weekend entertainment for family and friends. Tickets for all games against the Athletics are still available and affordable. Ticket prices range from $60 up to the hundreds. Don’t wait and purchase yours today.
7/17/15 - The San Francisco Giants will try to build on their three game winning streak after beating the Phillies in all three games of their most recent series. In the first game, the Giants beat the Phillies 15-2, thanks in a large part to an 8 run fourth inning. During this inning, Hunter Pence had a grand slam. The next night, the Giants again had a busy inning, this time in the sixth when they scored five runs. Their final win also came thanks to a run-heavy inning, when they scored four in the fourth, thanks to a three-run homer by Andrew Susac. The Giants will look to keep their winning streak alive when they head to Arizona to play the Diamondbacks for three games starting on the 17th. Tickets are available, starting at $7.
7/10/15 - The San Francisco Giants' series of away games took a bigger toll than they were expecting. Despite their best efforts, the Giants were unable to win a single game while they were travelling. Their slump even continued after their return to San Francisco, being completely shut out in their first game back against the New York Mets. However, the Giants' slump is officially over as they come right back with revenge by shutting the Mets out the very next game. This 0-3 victory brings their seven-game losing streak to an end. Unfortunately, it will not be long until they hit the road again. Be sure to catch the Giants in action while they are on a roll and in San Francisco. They will be leaving again on July 17th.
7/3/15 - The San Francisco Giants are excelling this season, but they just started a series of away games that is causing a little trouble for the team. Leaving their field for the first time since mid-June, the Giants lost each of their matchups against the Miami Marlins. Before they return to San Francisco, the Giants are going to have to take on the Washington Nationals on their own field. Hopefully, they are able to get some wins so they can hit the ground running when they return on July 6th. Despite this slight setback, San Francisco is just three wins away from securing the top spot in the NL Western Division, overtaking the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tickets for their homecoming game start as low as $11.
6/25/15 - After winning three games in a row, the San Francisco Giants lost two. In their first game against the Padres in a series of three, the Giants were ahead 2-0, thanks to Madison Bumgarner striking out 14 players, which made a career-high for him. However, the Padres tied the game up in the eighth, sending it into overtime, and with a run in the 11th took home the victory. The next night, the Giants did not let the Padres score. Buster Posey had a grand slam, making it the second in five games, helping the Giants win 6-0. The two teams face each other again on the 25, and then the Giants have a three game series against the Rockies. Tickets to all games are still available, starting at $8.
6/18/15 - After five straight losses, the San Francisco Giants beat the Mariners 6-2 giving them their first home game win in June. Tim Lincecum earned his seventh win of the season, and Matt Duffy homered in the first. The Giants have a 35-32 record. Even with their recent set of losses, they’re still in second place in the NL West and just 2.5 games out of first. This weekend, the Giants are in Los Angeles with games against the Dodgers, but you can see your home team on Tuesday (6/23) when they return to AT&T Park to host the San Diego Padres in a three-game series. Tickets for the game on Wednesday (6/24) start at $4. Come out and enjoy the camaraderie that you can only get when you’re in the stadium.
6/9/15 - The San Francisco Giants (33-26) are just one game behind Los Angeles Dodgers (34-25), the leader in the NL West. The Giants shutout the New York Mets in Tuesday’s opening game, giving pitcher Chris Heston his 6th win of the season. Matt Duffy and Joe Panik homered in the 6th and 7th innings, respectively, and the Giants won 5-0. This upcoming weekend, the Giants host the Arizona Diamondbacks in three games beginning on Friday (6/12) evening. Get your tickets now starting at $12, and unwind after a long week at work in the stadium with good friends and fun. On Monday (6/15), the Giants play the Seattle Mariners in two games before traveling to Seattle for another meeting. Come out and show your support for the Giants!
6/5/15 - After a five-game winning streak, the San Francisco Giants can’t seem to catch a break. They’re lost their last five games, splitting the series against the Braves, and being swept by the Pirates. However, the sting of this is probably offset by the fact that they went to Washington D.C. to be honored by President Obama for the 2014 World Series win. Over the upcoming weekend, the Giants play in Philadelphia, then they go to New York for three games against the Mets. On Friday (6/12), they return to AT&T Park to host the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-game series. There’s plenty of great seats available, and you’re sure to get the ones you want. Tickets start at $11. Come out to the ballpark and cheer for your home team.
5/28/15 - The San Francisco Giants are on a three-game winning streak for a 28-20 record, which is good for second place in the NL West. They swept the series against the Milwaukee Brewers, giving them momentum for their next seven games, which will be fought on home turf. First up, it’s the Atlanta Braves, beginning on Thursday for four games over the weekend. Tickets start at $31 for Saturday’s (5/30), and there’s still great seats available to enjoy America’s favorite pastime. When the Braves go home, the Giants host the Pittsburgh Pirates in a three-game series beginning on Monday (6/1). Tickets start at $3, which means you can bring the whole family for less than the price of a movie. It’s a geat way to relax after a long day at work, so come out to the ballpark.
5/22/15 - The San Francisco Giants lost in the set opener against the Cincinnati Reds, but they have been doing exceptionally well since then, their streak now up to four games. In the first three matches, the Giants did not fall below a very impressive nine runs, and while they only scored twice in the final match, against the Los Angeles Dodgers, they did manage to shut the Dodgers out for the entire game. The Dodgers are one of the top teams in the league, however, so their next couple games are sure to be a challenge. After the last two remaining games in this set, the Giants will hit the road for two sets and will not return until May 28th to take on the Atlanta Braves.
5/14/15 - After an even series against the Marlins, in which both teams won two games, the San Francisco Giants have a chance to take the two game series against the Astros. They won the first game 8-1. In the second inning, Matt Duffy hit a double that brought in three runs and a single for two runs in the fifth, which made for a career high five runs. The Giants also ended Collin McHugh's 11-game winnings streak. Giants' pitcher Chris Heston played his first complete game in which he allowed only two hits and one run, as well as throwing 10 strike outs. The Giants play the Astros again on May 13 before heading to Cincinnati for a four game series against the Reds that starts on the 14th. Tickets are still available, with prices starting at $3.
5/8/15 - The San Francisco Giants have not quite managed to get back into a positive win/loss ratio, but they certainly have been playing very well lately. After remaining undefeated in their set with the Los Angeles Angels and managing to shut out the San Diego Padres in two separate matches, not to mention shutting the Angles out once as well, the Giants are now 14-15. Their winning streak was up to five games, but the Miami Marlins have been giving them some trouble. The Giants could only score in the seventh inning and the Marlins won 7-2 on May 7th's matchup. There are three more games in this set and then the Giants will be hitting the road. Tickets are available starting as low as $10.
4/29/15 - It took eleven innings, but the San Francisco Giants held off the Rockies to earn their first win (5-4) against them in the 2015 Season. Pitcher Jean Machi picked up his first win, and left fielder Nori Aoki scored the winning run for the Giants. On Friday (5/1), the Giants host the Los Angeles Angels in a three-game weekend series. Great seats start at only $18 for this evening game, but they’ll be there all weekend. The Giants don’t get any rest before hosting the San Diego Padres beginning on Monday (5/4). Don’t wait to grab your tickets for one of these games. Come down to the ballpark and cheer for your hometown team. They need your support to improve their 8-12 record and get back on top of their game.
4/24/15 - After an eight game losing streak that began on April 10 against the Padres, the Giants have won two games, the first against the Diamondbacks (1-4). In the opening game of three against the Dodgers, their oldest rival, the Giants showed them who was boss, ending the Dodger’s seven-game winning streak. The Giants had four double plays, and with pitcher Tim Lincecum keeping the Dodgers to seven hits, the final score of 2-6 gave the Giants the win. The Giants have games against the Dodgers through Thursday (4/23). They’re out on the road until Friday (5/1) when the Los Angeles Angels come to town for three games. Get your tickets starting at $15, and relax after a long week with a beer and a hot dog.
4/17/15 - The San Francisco Giants are on a five-game losing streak, a disappointing way to start off the 2015 MLB Season. AT&T Park has been rocking out with home games against the Colorado Rockies. On Thursday (4/16), the Giants kick off a four-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Enjoy an evening game when you get off work on Friday. Get your tickets starting at $18. Wrap up your weekend with an afternoon game on Sunday (4/19), and relax before you head out to start your workweek. The Giants get one day off before they start a three-game series on Tuesday (4/21) against the Los Angeles Dodgers. This is probably the most intense rivalry in the MLB, beginning in the late 19th century when both teams were based in NYC. Don’t miss any of the action.
4/10/15 - Opening the 2015 MLB Season with a three-game series against the Diamondbacks, the San Francisco Giants have a 3-2 record. They took the first (5-4) and third (5-2) games, but lost the second with a 6-7 score. Chris Heston, pitcher for the Giants had the 5-2 win, and he will be the starter when the Giants play their home opener on Monday (4/13) against the Colorado Rockies. Get your tickets starting at $112. The Rockies have games on Tuesday and Wednesday at AT&T Park, both in the evening. Grab your tickets and enjoy a relaxing game of baseball at the end of a hard day’s work. On Thursday (4/16), once your taxes have been sent off, come out for the first of four games against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
4/3/15 - After a disappointing record (11-20) in the Cactus League, the San Francisco Giants are going back to AT&T Park for the regular MLB season. Even with a dismal record during spring training, the Giants still have been given 20 to 1 odds to win the World Series and they’re on of the top 13 contenders for that spot. The Giants are out on the road for the opening week of the MLB season. They visit the Arizona Diamondbacks for games on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (4/6-8). Without any rest, they go to San Diego on Thursday for a series of four games through Sunday. The Giants’ home opener game is on Monday (4/13) against the Colorado Rockies, and you want to get your tickets now before they’re gone.
3/27/15 - Less than two weeks from Opening Day, the San Francisco Giants are ready to approach the 2015 season with a tweaked roster compared with last year’s World Championship team. “There is no panic in this (locker) room,” insisted veteran RHP Jake Peavy. “No panic, other than Joe Panik.” Peavy is the first to discuss adjustments that San Francisco is making as a club, including his own adoption of new pitches this season. “As you get older, why not look for new ways to get people out?” The righty picked up the win versus the Royals on Monday in a preseason rematch of last year’s World Series. Next up for the Giants are their Bay Area rivals, the Oakland Athletics. Tickets are still available for Thursday night at Scottsdale Stadium starting at $34!
3/18/15 - The San Francisco Giants are still reeling from their last two losses. IN Tuesday’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Giants gave away 10 runs while not putting any of their own on the scoreboard. Madison Bumgarner, the 2014 World Series MVP, gave up one run and three hits during his time on the mound. The Giants are 4-12-1 in the Cactus League, and they aren’t happy. Upcoming home games include one on Friday (3/20) against the Cincinnati Reds. Tickets start at $62. On Sunday, the Giants host the Los Angeles Angels. You can get tickets starting at $38. If you’re off work on Monday (3/23), come on down to Scottsdale Stadium to see the Kansas City Royals. Just $23 per ticket gets you into a great game of baseball.
3/13/15 - The San Francisco Giants have won three games and lost seven, with one draw in the Cactus League after ten days of play. The Giants beat the Chicago White Sox 7-4 in Thursday’s game, even though the White Sox took an early lead with two runs in the first inning. The Giants came back with two runs in each of the fourth and fifth innings. The Giants play host to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday (3/15) at their spring training stadium. On Tuesday (3/17), the Diamondbacks come back. Tickets for either of these games start at $26. The Giants are on the road until Friday (3/20) when they host the Cincinnati Reds. You can still get your tickets for this game, starting at $63. End the week with a bang and cheer for your team!
3/6/15 - If the two opening games of spring training are a precursor of the San Francisco Giants upcoming season, it’s going to be a rough ride. The Giants lost both games against the Oakland Athletics, not an auspicious beginning for the reigning World Series champions. You won’t want to miss the Giants’ games in the Cactus League, as they can only get better. The Giants host the San Diego Padres on Saturday (3/7), and the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday at Scottsdale Stadium. They don’t get any rest before taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday (3/9), and the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday (3/11). Get your tickets now for these upcoming games and enjoy some great entertainment in the stands while you pick out your favorite players.
2/20/15 - The 2014 World Series championship is still fresh in the minds of the San Francisco Giants and Giants fans alike. With the 2015 season right around the corner, all are eager to see if San Francisco can maintain their momentum from last year. The pitchers and catchers just started spring training this week, so we will only have to wait a little longer to see if they still have it. Your first opportunity to see them in action is March 4th's game against the Oakland Athletics. Ticket start at just $10. Alternatively, if you would like to wait until the season starts proper, the Giant's home opener is on April 13th, a full week after the season begins. Tickets for that game are going for $114.
1/27/15 - Like the rest of the MLB, the San Francisco Giants are using the off-season to shuffle around players to create the best possible team for the coming season. Part of the time off is also spent in renegotiating contracts with existing players. Fans can relax as shortstop Brandon Crawford will be back, without having to enter arbitration with the Giants. They made a deal for a one-year contract that is set to provide Crawford with a $560,000 raise, which brings his salary to $3,175,000. Two players are in salary arbitration: first basement Brandon Belt and third basement Casey McGehee. Negotiations should be over by the time the team heads to Arizona for Spring Training. Their first game is against the Oakland Athletics at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, and tickets start at $29.
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More Even-Year Excitement for SF Giants Fans
Around the Bay Area and anywhere you find fans of the Giants, there’s a genuine belief that 2016—by virtue of being an even-numbered year—is San Francisco’s year once again. The boys in black and orange have taken the Commissioner’s Trophy in each of the last three even-numbered years, and with an intact core returning to the field this season, there’s no surprise that baseball diehards are clamoring for cheap San Francisco Giants tickets.
Youth and Experience
SF will once again be anchored by one of the league’s top lineups, including Buster Posey, Joe Panik, Hunter Pence and Brandon Crawford. Third baseman Matt Duffy came on strong for the Giants as well last year, quickly ending worries about replacing Pablo Sandoval’s production at the hot corner. For all of their positional proficiency, however, it might be the Giants’ rotation which strikes the most fear into the hearts of opponents.
Giants on the Mound
Madison Bumgarner returns to lead San Francisco’s star-studded rotation, which also now features World Series-winner Johnny Cueto plus Jeff “Shark” Samardzija. With Santiago Casilla back in the mix to handle closing duties, this is one set of hurlers no team will be excited to see. Don’t wait around: now is the time to order discount San Francisco Giants tickets for the regular season and Spring Training! Get in to Scottsdale Stadium for Rangers vs. Giants on 3/5 with Razorgator—seats start at just $20!