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  Warriors in talks to build new arena
Oakland A's might play at AT&T Park next season


year 2013 Top ^

Nov.4
  According to multiple reports, Major League Baseball has suggested that the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants share AT&T Park next season


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.9
  The Warriors met with mayor Ed Lee and Giants CEO Larry Baer to discuss the feasibility of erecting a new, state-of-the-art arena near AT&T Park



year 2007 Top ^

Jul.9
Mar.27


year 2006 Top ^

Feb.4
  The name of the Giants' ballpark will change, starting March 1, its third name since opening in 2000


year 2005 Top ^

Oct.27 SBC Park Could Get Another New Name
  SBC Communications plans to rename itself after feds ready to approve the $16 billion merger with AT&T

year 2004 Top ^

Jan.6 Pacific Bell Park renamed to SBC Park
  SBC Communications owns Pacific Bell. All signs of Pac Bell will be gone by the beginning of the season


year 2003 Top ^

Sep.19 Giants Playoff Tickets Snatched Up
  Fans started camping out right after the Giants clinched the National League West title Sep.18 Giants division playoff tickets on sale  Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis in-person at the Pacific Bell Park Ticket Office Mar.1 Fans Line Up Early to Nab Giants Tickets  Some fans had been lined up in front of the box office since 2:30 a.m.

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.11 Park Could Be Renamed as SBC Park
  SBC Pacific Bell provided $50-million to the Giants to help build the park in exchange for naming privileges Oct.16 Giants World Series Tickets Sell Out  Fans bought online, over the phone, in person. Some waited for hours to get their tickets Oct.3 Enron Sign on the Way Out
  A federal judge ruled that the Giants can remove the scoreboard sign bearing the company's tilted E logo

year 2000 Top ^

Apr.11 Pacific Bell Park official opening game
  First regular season game: April 11, 2000 (against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Capacity: 40,930





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