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Behind the giant bottle and glove at AT&T Park

Behind the giant bottle and glove at AT&T Park

A giant baseball glove and Coke bottle, inside which children play, adorn the center field fence at AT&T Park.

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: June 19, 2014
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Statue of Juan Marichal at AT&T Park

Statue of Juan Marichal at AT&T Park

Legendary Giants pitcher Juan Marichal from the Dominican Republic is honored with a statue at the Third Street entrance to AT&T Park. He was noted for his dramatic wind up with one leg high in the air.

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: June 19, 2014
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South Beach Harbor next to AT&T Park

South Beach Harbor next to AT&T Park

The small-boat harbor adjacent to AT&T Park includes a ferry landing for ball game attendees.

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: June 19, 2014
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Willie Mays Plaza at AT&T Park

Willie Mays Plaza at AT&T Park

One of the greatest baseball players of all time, Willie Mays came to San Francisco when the New York Giants relocated in 1958. His statue stands at the entrance to AT&T Park.

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: June 19, 2014
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A statue of Willie Mays stands at the entrance to PacBell Park

A statue of Willie Mays stands at the entrance to PacBell Park

A statue of Willie Mays stands at the entrance to PacBell Park

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: April 15, 2001
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Sidewalk plaque honoring Barry Bonds' 600th home run

Sidewalk plaque honoring Barry Bonds' 600th home run

Sidewalk plaque honoring Barry Bonds' 600th home run

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: September 21, 2004
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The promenade along China Basin next to right field in PacBell Park

The promenade along China Basin next to right field in PacBell Park

The promenade along China Basin next to right field in PacBell Park

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: April 15, 2001
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On the Third Street Bridge over China Basin

On the Third Street Bridge over China Basin

On the Third Street Bridge over China Basin

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: September 21, 2004
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The "splash zone" in China Basin nest to the ball park

The "splash zone" in China Basin nest to the ball park

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: September 21, 2004
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Looking across China Basin to the new PacBell Park baseball stadium

Looking across China Basin to the new PacBell Park baseball stadium

Looking across China Basin to the new PacBell Park baseball stadium

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: April 15, 2001
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Willy McCovey Park at the entrance to China Basin

Willy McCovey Park at the entrance to China Basin

Willy McCovey Park at the entrance to China Basin

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: September 21, 2004
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Muni and Caltrain at Fourth and King

Muni and Caltrain at Fourth and King

The Caltrain Peninsula commuter service (formerly the Southern Pacific) never reached downtown San Francisco. There is now an efficient transfer point with the Muni Metro light rail. In a few years the 4th Street line will feed into the underground Central Subway, leading directly to Union Square and Chinatown. Maybe someday Caltrain and High Speed Rail will continue underground from here to the new terminal on Mission Street.

San Francisco, California

Date photographed: June 19, 2014
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