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AT&T Park is beautiful and all, but the game experience is so much more fun with the Oakland fans (and Stomper)- more energetic and rowdy in a passionate and entertaining way. The facilities are an embarrassment for an MLB team, and you will have been...More
My husband and I are Red Sox and Cardinals fans respectively. I think maybe we've been spoiled by rich history in ballparks and fine attention to atmosphere and the fan experience. Yikes! We just thought every ballpark offered that to its fan base. To the...More
We had last been when our son was a baby. I brought our tickets from 1989 to the ticket window & asked for the same seats. Got 'em! She worked hard to get us the best discount. Very walkable stadium, good graphics. A sun-kissed afternoon,...More
Tickets were $35 and we were in the 24th row. Good seats for a Thursday evening but very few people in attendance. Food prices were sub $10 and beers were about $10-$12. Decent stuff at the gift shops. Davis Mountain is ugly. Fun way to...More
My son and I visit several baseball parks a year. This year it is SF and Oakland. Getting tickets to the Oakland game was very easy. The stadium was about 30% Full. The stadium itself is one of the old cookie cutter round stadiums. It...More
I went out to see a Giants game with my children. While I was in the Bay Area, I decided I wanted to see the A’s play. Everyone told me that the Oakland Coliseum was the worst ballpark in either league. AT&T Park, in contrast,...More
On my birthday I went to see the A's vs. the White Sox at Oakland. The A's would win 12-11 at 14 innings, but I wasn't willing to stay that long so I left after 9 innings. Charlie Finley deserved a better stadium than this...More