SF State and the Giants Community Fund are in preliminary talks to construct a $3.5 million multi-functional facility for the Junior Giants by Maloney Field, for which the California State University Board of Trustees unanimously approved the conceptual stages March 8.
Vice President for University Advancement Robert
After 10 years in minor league baseball, nine of which he played in the San Francisco Giants’ minor league system, new SF State assistant baseball coach Tyler LaTorre is thrilled to begin a career in coaching.
Just last March, LaTorre signed a one-year contract with the
A sea of people, decked out in orange and black, wraps around AT&T Park, patiently waiting in a seemingly never-ending line into the ballpark. Inside is the same herd of orange and black, not only in the stands, but swarming across the field. Fans are excitedly running around,
The San Francisco Giants will treat SF State faculty and students to a display of the three World Series trophies Wednesday at Jack Adams Hall.
The event was created by SF State’s University Advancement department and the Alumni Association, who have a close relationship with the
SF State graduates will celebrate the University's 114th commencement this year at San Francisco's beloved AT&T Park.
SF State will be the first public university to carry out its graduation at the park since the stadium opened in 2000. Moving the ceremony from Cox Stadium to AT&T
Postseason baseball was in full swing last week on campus, where students gathered at the pub with beers in hand, hoping to see the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants win Wild Card games and advance further into the playoffs.
On Tuesday, the A's lost its
The World Series celebration Sunday night resulted in 35 arrests, according to the District Attorney’s Office.
After a night of fires, Muni buses being destroyed and rowdy crowds encountering the San Francisco Police Department in the streets, the DA’s office has their work cut out this
Coming home with the World Series title after a sweep, the Giants were wildly greeted by hundreds of high-spirited fans who flocked in front of AT&T Park. Fans waited anxiously along Second Street this afternoon as the Giants stepped off the buses that transported them
After the Giants swept the Tigers for the World Series title in a 4-3 victory last night, San Francisco fans exploded with excitement as they celebrated the Giants win by taking over streets and setting off fireworks and bonfires.
The San Francisco Giants rushed the mound as they swept their way to become the 2012 World Series champions in a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
It was an almost sure victory to close out the World Series until the Tigers found their offense in
Although there was change of location for game three of the World Series, there certainly was no change of pace for the Giants as they took their third victory from the Detroit Tigers in a 2-0 defeat.
The top of the second proved to be the
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Fans decked out in orange and
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Orange towels waved violently in
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There is no doubt that SF State students will
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As the victory rain poured down at AT&T Park, SF