San Jose Sharks (NHL)
San Francisco.com - a pretty decent tourist site
This photo also displays the huge jumbotron/scoreboard the park has as well as the famous Coke bottle and glove.
The Coke bottle actually contains slides, which entertains the little ones.
Willie Mays Plaza
A wonderful tribute/memorial to those who lost their lives on 9/11/01.
The blue and red banners contained the names of all of those who died during that terrorist attack.
I was quite moved.
There's a walkway beyond (outside) the stadium out in center/right field.
There are open fences where those strolling along the marina and outside the park can stop and watch the game (no charge).
You can see those individuals displayed here under the out of town scoreboard.
View of interior seating from center field
And from the exact opposite side of the stadium ...... a view from behind homeplate
And, lastly, here're me and Barbara with the scoreboard, the Coke bottle, the glove, the bridge, and the stadium at night.
To my left - your right (I'm the one wearing the white Rockies cap) is McCovey's Cove where there are kayaks and other boats awaiting the next home run into the water.
On a side note, I met Barbara a year or so ago. We got to chatting. It turned out she loved baseball and visiting ballparks and also traveled by herself to enjoy that hobby.
Wow! There was another female out there with my same interests. Up until meeting Barbara, it was only men or couples I met who did that.
Barbara is very involved in Stitch N Pitch an organiztion that brings baseball and needlearts together.