To learn about our efforts to improve the accessibility and usability of our website, please visit our Accessibility Information page. Skip to section navigation or Skip to main content
Below is an advertisement.
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...

Official Info

Skip to main content
 
Below is an advertisement.

09/22/2006 1:26 PM ET
Giants to wrap up regular season with Fan Appreciation Day
Education Night and Strike Out Violence Day among highlights of final homestand of 2006
tickets for any Major League Baseball game
ADVERTISEMENT
print this pageprint this page    |    e-mail this pagee-mail this page
SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants wrap up an eventful 2006 regular season with a six-game homestand against the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers from Monday, Sept. 25, through Sunday, Oct. 1. San Francisco swept Arizona in the desert last month and will look for similar results next week when Brandon Webb and the Diamondbacks come to AT&T Park for a three-game set starting Monday. The Giants will then host Jeff Kent, Nomar Garciaparra and the rest of the rival Los Angeles Dodgers for a regular season-ending three-game set opening Friday, Sept. 29.

The homestand is sure to get off to a spirited start on Monday, Sept. 25 with College Night II. Students from all over Northern California can purchase their tickets at www.sfgiants.com/specialevents.

The festive atmosphere should carry over to Tuesday, Sept. 26 for Oktoberfest at the Ballpark. Those purchasing the Oktoberfest package will receive a ticket in the official Oktoberfest section, entrance to a pregame party and a 22 oz. stein with one free pour.

PG&E Giants Solar Day is slated for Wednesday, Sept. 27, with the first 15,000 fans to receive complimentary Giants caps. Also on Wednesday, fans can join Felipe Alou, Juan Marichal, Ozzie Virgil and the Giants Community Fund for the San Francisco premiere of the film "Republic of Baseball: The Dominican Giants of the American Game." This documentary film features the aforementioned individuals and tells the story of their journey as the first Dominican players in Major League Baseball. Tickets for this event can be purchased at jrgiants.org, with proceeds benefiting the Community Fund and Moises Alou's field renovation project in the Alou family's hometown of Haina, Dominican Republic.

The rivalry series with the Dodgers opens on Friday, Sept. 29 with Rally Rag Night, presented by 24 Hour Fitness, with the first 40,000 fans receiving Giants rally towels. In addition, the Giants Community Fund will host Education Night in which the 2006 education grant recipients will be announced along with this year's 10 Junior Giants Scholars during a special pre-game ceremony.

On Saturday, Sept. 30, the Giants will hold their ninth annual Strike Out Violence Day, presented by Blue Shield of California Foundation in association with the San Francisco Sheriff's Department, the Family Violence Prevention Fund and the Giants Community Fund. The pregame ceremony will kick off a domestic violence-prevention, public-awareness campaign that will emphasize the importance of teaching boys that violence against women and children is wrong. It is part of the overall campaign of "Coaching Boys Into Men," which can be seen on billboards and bus shelters throughout the Bay Area.

Also on Saturday, the Giants Community Fund will hold its Jerseys Off Our Giants Raffle to benefit Casa de las Madres. Those purchasing the $1 raffle tickets will have a chance to win an autographed Giants jersey.

The regular season comes to a close on Sunday, Oct. 1 with Fan Appreciation Day, presented by Toyota. Lucky fans will win prizes throughout the game, with the grand prize being a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser.
print this pageprint this page    |    e-mail this pagee-mail this page