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Willie Mays for the HOMERUN!

Willie Mays for the HOMERUN!

Bay Wanderer is a visual tour of San Francisco as seen through the lens of a Bay Wanderer.
The Apple iOS app contains a list of Bay Area, CA’s most popular and often overlooked/not so well-known places.

In the San Francisco Edition, we cover places from Golden Gate Park to Land’s End, and beyond.
Today, we wander off to the:

AT&T Park

AT&T Park is home to the City’s Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise, the San Francisco Giants. Around the park you will find a statue of Willie McCovey, named after the famous first baseman. You’ll also find McCovey Cove, aka China Basin, where on game day – you’ll find kayaks and stand-up paddleboards in its frigid waters in hopes of catching a homerun ball headed in their direction.

You’ll also find the Lefty O’Doul Bridge, named after the famous player and manager of the same name. Wander around and see what else AT&T Park has to offer. Maybe find a place where you can view a game for free…

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