The McCovey Cove Loft, which is located in the brick archways of the right-field wall where Rusty
the robotic ballplayer used to moon walk out of his shed when the stadium first opened,
features a terraced, exterior patio with outdoor seating that sits just 10 feet above the playing field.
The suite can accommodate up to 40 people and features 10 flat-screen HD TVs with the
capacity for Power Point presentations in addition to MP3 and DVD capabilities.
"We're making an effort to enhance the experience of all the fans who attend Giants games," said
Tom McDonald, senior vice president of consumer marketing. "The fan experience is very
important to the Giants organization."
In addition to the Legends Club and the McCovey Cove Loft, the Giants upgraded the View Level
food court and added new amenities. The food court on the View Level will now feature an
Orlando's Caribbean Barbecue, a California Cookout, and a new King Street Carvery.
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Also, the addition of a solid, glass structure along the outer wall of the view concourse will allow
fans to capture the views of the downtown skyline, Bay Bridge and Twin Peaks. And just for kicks,
the stadium is now 100 percent HD, with a total of 432 flat-panel, fan accessible televisions located
throughout the park.
Giants fans will get their first opportunity to experience the new ballpark on Monday, as the Giants
and FSN Bay Area invite fans to come out and watch the season opener against the Dodgers from
Los Angeles on the scoreboard in center field. The party, which is free and open to the public, begins
at ll a.m. PT and features a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for fans to take
batting practice on the field. The first 5,000 fans in attendance will get to enjoy free hot dogs.
The 50th anniversary celebration will continue on Opening Day at AT&T Park on Monday, April 7,
against the San Diego Padres, with a tribute to the very first team to wear the orange and black in
San Francisco -- the 1958 Giants. Alumni from that team scheduled to attend include Felipe Alou,
John Antonelli, Eddie Bressoud, Orlando Cepeda, Jim Davenport, Whitey Lockman, Mike
McCormick, Stu Miller, Daryl Spencer, Don Taussig, Al Worthington and Willie Mays.