When did the Giants move to AT Park?

Construction began on December 11, 1997 and opened on April 11, 2000 when the Giants battled the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Is Oracle Park the same as AT Park?

AT Park in San Francisco, one of baseball’s best and most beautiful ballparks, will soon have a new name. As first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle’s Henry Schulman, the Giants announced a new naming rights deal with technology giant Oracle on Thursday. AT Park will henceforth be known as Oracle Park.

Where did Giants play before Oracle Park?

Pacific Bell Park
The Giants played at Candlestick Park until 1999, before opening Pacific Bell Park (now known as Oracle Park) in 2000, where the Giants currently play.

What happened to the old Giants stadium?

Demolition of the structure began a month after the game and was completed on August 10, 2010. The New York Giants and New York Jets both moved to MetLife Stadium in 2010….Giants Stadium.

Broke ground November 30, 1972
Opened October 10, 1976
Closed January 3, 2010 (final game)
Demolished February 4 – August 10, 2010

What did SBC Park stand for?

Pacific Telesis became a part of SBC Communications, which became a single corporation without regional monikers in 2002. To reflect that change, the ballpark was renamed SBC Park in 2003. SBC, by the way, was a name change itself, from the original Southwestern Bell Corp.

Why did the Giants move the bullpen?

The Giants began construction in December to move their bullpens off the field, where outfielders had tripped over them for years. Construction was shut down in all of San Francisco in March because of the coronavirus outbreak but resumed at Oracle Park in late May.

Who plays at AT Park?

San Francisco GiantsOracle Park / Team

When did AT Park open?

April 11, 2000Oracle Park / Opened