The 8 best moments in Oracle Park history

Opened in 2000, Oracle Park is known as one of the most beautiful ballparks in the country, thanks to its stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and its quirky features. The stadium, which was previously known as Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park and AT&T Park, has also witnessed quite

Opened in 2000, Oracle Park is known as one of the most beautiful ballparks in the country, thanks to its stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and its quirky features. The stadium, which was previously known as Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park and AT&T Park, has also witnessed quite a bit of history over its first two decades.

Here’s a look at eight of the best moments at the Giants’ waterfront home over the years:

July 10, 2007: The Midsummer Classic comes to San Francisco
When the Giants hosted their third All-Star Game since moving to San Francisco, they used the occasion to pay tribute to the greatest player in franchise history: Willie Mays. The Say Hey Kid, accompanied by his godson, Barry Bonds, was honored during a special pregame ceremony, and he kicked off the festivities by throwing out the first pitch to Mets shortstop José Reyes. The American League went on to defeat the National League, 5-4, with Mariners star Ichiro Suzuki winning MVP honors after delivering the first inside-the-park homer in All-Star Game history.

Aug. 7, 2007: Bonds hits No. 756
Bonds became Major League Baseball’s…

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