Synopses & Reviews
The rich tradition of the San Francisco Giants has provided indelible memories for their fans ever since they moved from New Yorkand#8217;s Polo Grounds to Seals Stadium in 1958. With three World Series titles in five years, starting in 2010, the San Francisco Giants have established themselves as one of the powerhouse teams of the 21st century. Led by pitcher Madison Bumgarner, the Giants have come to dominate the baseball scene. Fans continue to flock to ATandT Park to support their team, and will find just as much excitement within the pages of the newly updated Tales from the San Francisco Giants Dugout
Author Nick Peters captures some of the humorous and poignant moments of the teamand#8217;s years on the West Coast. From the intense rivalry with the Dodgers and the age of Willie Mays to amazing World Series victories, this book has all that a Giants fan needs and will certainly want.
About the Author
(1939-2015) reported on the Giants for almost half a century. He never missed a Giantsand#8217; opening home game. In 2009, he won the Baseball Writers Association of America J. G. Taylor Spink Award. He lived in Elk Grove, California. Peters passed away in March 2015.
Stuart Shea is a freelance writer specializing in sports and music. He is the author of Wrigley Field: The Unauthorized Biography. When heand#8217;s not busy discovering new music, he can be found co-running Bardball.com, the Internetand#8217;s top site for baseball poetry.