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Tickets on sale for final games of Classic at AT&T Park

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The finals of the World Baseball Classic will begin in San Francisco at AT&T Park, home of the two-time World Champion San Francisco Giants, on Sunday, Mar. 17 and conclude with the championship game on Tuesday, Mar. 19.  

            AT&T Park will host many of the world's best baseball players, with The Netherlands and Japan being two of the final four teams.  The remaining two teams to qualify for the final rounds will emerge from the four still in contention -- United States, Italy, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic.

            Individual tickets for all three games in San Francisco can be purchased at sfgiants.com or by calling 877-4SFGTIX. Tickets can also be purchased at any Giants Dugout store or the ballpark. Windows are open at AT&T Park from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. everyday throughout the tournament.  

            Sun., Mar. 17  -           Semifinal  Game #1    Pool 2 Runner-Up vs. Japan              6:00 p.m. PT

            Mon., Mar. 18  -           Semifinal Game #2     The Netherlands vs. Pool 2 Winner   6:00 p.m. PT

            Tues., Mar. 19 -           Final                            Semi 2 Winner vs. Semi 1 Winner      5:00 p.m. PT

           

San Francisco is one of the world's most international cities and fans attending the World Baseball Classic games at AT&T Park can expect to experience an atmosphere of cultural pride, pageantry and a display of customs and traditions associated with baseball from around the world.

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