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April 16, 2007

AT&T Park

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I got to go see the San Francisco Giants play the Los Angeles Dodgers last weekend at AT&T Park. Tickets were $32 a seat.

I did learn one thing...San Francisco *really* doesn't like Los Angeles and vice-versa (baseball or otherwise).

AT&T Park has the bay as a backdrop...very cool! The fog rolled in during the game. You could see it swirl over the top of the stands as it traveled by. Here are some pics from the game.


Comments (5)

John Mark Roquemore:

Nice pics, is that using your new camera you got?

Yep...I'm very happy this my camera (Panasonic DMC-FX07).

My only complaint is that the pictures are so high res (3072x2304), that you can't notice all the detail looking at the preview LCD. I have taken photos of people and not noticed that their eyes were closed because you can't see their eyes on the small screen. You can zoom in to notice the detail, but that takes time and I normally just point and shoot.

Mike Schriever:

Do you still yell for the Mavs, or did you change your allegiance along with your home?

Cool picture.


What's up with the Raiders paraphernalia (guy sitting in front of you with khaki hat)?

I guess fans do get excited when their team has the number 1 draft pick because they had the worst overall record (2-14).

Are you going to change your football allegiance too? You know nobody else can say they have the number one pick.

You can take the boy out of Texas...but you can't take Texas out of the boy.

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