Things Look Different At San Francisco Giants Games This Season


SAN FRANCISCO, CA – AUGUST 01: Cardboard cutouts of former Giants managers including Frank Robinson, Roger Craig, Felipe Alou and Bruce Bochy in the stands behind home plate before the Major League Baseball game between the Texas Rangers and the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park on August 1, 2020 in San Francisco, CA. (Photo by Cody Glenn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images).


You may think your eyes are playing tricks on you when scanning the crowd at a San Francisco Giants game this season, but they aren’t. The Giants have been filling the empty seats with cutouts of musicians, athletes, local radio hosts (The BONE Jocks are all there), fans and anyone who wants to buy a seat! While fans can’t actually attend, the Giants found a way to fill the stadium in a different way, and it’s been fun checking out the crowd! In attendance this year is Metallica, Carlos Santana, Jerry Garcia, Huey Lewis, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, George Kittle, Bill Graham, Tony Bennett, Jimmy G, Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Chris Isaak, Stan Lee, E-40, Jerry Rice, Lamont, Tonelli, Chasta, Baby Huey, Zakk, Dayna, Bruce Bochy, Roger Craig, Steve Young, Matt Cain, Guy Fieri, Ali Wong, Bobby Bonds, Barry Bonds and many more!

Wanna join in the cutout fun? Click here and find out how to get yours. At the end of the season, fans will receive their cutouts, which will be authenticated by MLB as officially game-used. It’s your chance to be at the ballpark this season!

 

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