That Big Brick Building on Third and King ambiguous, yes. But I think it has a certain ring (ha ha) to it.
The Call (to the Bullpen) Already apropos with Felipes overworked bullpen, but especially so if Schmidt and Lowry continue to keep their pitch counts high next season.
Anchor Steam Stadium Much, much better than Busch, Coors, or Miller, and very appropriate considering the stadiums pier setting.
Casa de la Gigantes We already have the uniforms. And I dunno, doesnt Gigantes sound a lot more menacing than Giants?
Prius Plaza Cmon, have you seen the number of Priuses in the city lately? Besides, for obvious reasons the Giants couldnt be associated with the Mini Coopers.
The Ballpark at China Basin No, really! And this might play a factor in luring Yao Ming to play for the Golden State Warriors someday. Or maybe not.
Apple Arena Steve Jobs, step on up! Up next Barry Bonds podcasts.
Ghiradelli Diamond Um, sweet!
Boudins Ballyard Free loaves of bread to fans if the Giants score more than 10 runs in a ballgame. Im getting hungry just thinking about it.
Silicon Stadium Not to be confused with Silicone Stadium, the future home of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Don Shin eats, breathes, thinks, and bleeds in Orange and Black. Pac Bell Park officially opened on his 25th birthday (the one year he decided to move out of the Bay Area!!!). For the 2000 playoff drive, he dyed his hair orange while studying in Korea. He watched Game 6 of the '02 World Series at a restaurant in LA, and couldn't finish his meal afterwards. Feel free to write him at email@example.com to commiserate, cheer, and complain.
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