2022 San Francisco Giants Schedule – MLB
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|May 3, 2022||@||Dodger Stadium||—||—|
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|May 11, 2022||vs||Oracle Park||—||—|
|May 13, 2022||@||Busch Stadium||—||—|
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|May 16, 2022||@||Coors Field||—||—|
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|May 27, 2022||@||Great American Ball Park||—||—|
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|May 29, 2022||@||Great American Ball Park||—||—|
|May 30, 2022||@||Citizens Bank Park||—||—|
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|Jun 17, 2022||@||PNC Park||—||—|
|Jun 18, 2022||@||PNC Park||—||—|
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|Jun 20, 2022||@||Truist Park||—||—|
|Jun 21, 2022||@||Truist Park||—||—|
|Jun 22, 2022||@||Truist Park||—||—|
|Jun 23, 2022||@||Truist Park||—||—|
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|Jul 8, 2022||@||Petco Park||—||—|
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|Jul 21, 2022||@||Dodger Stadium||—||—|
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|Aug 6, 2022||@||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum||—||—|
|Aug 7, 2022||@||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum||—||—|
|Aug 8, 2022||@||Petco Park||—||—|
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|Aug 19, 2022||@||Coors Field||—||—|
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|Aug 23, 2022||@||Comerica Park||—||—|
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|Aug 26, 2022||@||Target Field||—||—|
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|Aug 28, 2022||@||Target Field||—||—|
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|Sep 5, 2022||@||Dodger Stadium||—||—|
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|Sep 7, 2022||@||Dodger Stadium||—||—|
|Sep 9, 2022||@||Wrigley Field||—||—|
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|Sep 11, 2022||@||Wrigley Field||—||—|
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|Sep 19, 2022||@||Coors Field||—||—|
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2022 San Francisco Giants Schedule
|Sat, Mar 5||vsColorado||3:05 PM||Tickets as low as $37|
|Sun, Mar 6||@Cleveland||6:05 PM||Tickets as low as $17|
|Tue, Mar 8||vsSan Diego||3:05 PM||Tickets as low as $20|
|Wed, Mar 9||@Milwaukee||3:10 PM||Tickets as low as $22|
|Thu, Mar 10||vsChicago||3:05 PM||Tickets as low as $20|
|Thu, Mar 10||@Oakland||3:05 PM||Tickets as low as $19|
|Fri, Mar 11||@Los Angeles||8:05 PM||Tickets as low as $29|
|Sat, Mar 12||vsLos Angeles||3:05 PM||Tickets as low as $21|
|Sun, Mar 13||vsSeattle||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $33|
|Mon, Mar 14||@Arizona||4:10 PM||Tickets as low as $21|
|Tue, Mar 15||@Cincinnati||9:05 PM||Tickets as low as $17|
|Thu, Mar 17||vsOakland||10:05 PM||Tickets as low as $20|
|Fri, Mar 18||@San Diego||9:40 PM||Tickets as low as $27|
|Sat, Mar 19||vsKansas City||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $43|
|Sun, Mar 20||vsArizona||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $30|
|Mon, Mar 21||@Chicago||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $22|
|Tue, Mar 22||@Chicago||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $26|
|Wed, Mar 23||vsLos Angeles||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $37|
|Thu, Mar 24||vsCleveland||10:05 PM||Tickets as low as $34|
|Fri, Mar 25||@Texas||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $24|
|Sat, Mar 26||vsMilwaukee||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $20|
|Sat, Mar 26||@Colorado||4:10 PM||Tickets as low as $24|
|Sun, Mar 27||vsOakland||4:05 PM||Tickets as low as $14|
|Mon, Mar 28||vsOakland||9:45 PM||Tickets as low as $9|
|Tue, Mar 29||@Oakland||9:40 PM||Tickets as low as $16|
2022 San Francisco Giants Schedule at Oracle Park
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2022 Giants Home Schedule at Oracle Park in San Francisco
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2022 San Francisco Giants Schedule & Oracle Park Tips
In 2022, the San Francisco Giants will return to Oracle Park to play their home games. This page contains the San Francisco Giants’ 2018 regular season home schedule, which includes all of the team’s regular season home games. Also included on this page are details on how to get tickets, suggestions for enjoying a game at Oracle Park, and a brief history of the San Francisco Giants. To skip ahead to a given topic, simply click on one of the links below.
- Schedule for the 2022 season
- Information about Oracle Park
- What to wear to a game
- And where to watch three innings of baseball for free. Getting to the Park
- Getting Around the Park
- Food and beverage options are available at the park. Food and beverage suggestions for before and after the game
- A Brief History of the Giants
2022 San Francisco Giants Schedule
For all of the home games at Oracle Park, you can see a comprehensive schedule right here! They are stated for Pacific Time, and if the game is shown on television, the actual time and location may change at the last minute. Tickets for all games are already on sale for the next season. Tickets are in great demand, so make sure to get them as soon as you know you’ll be visiting San Francisco in the near future. The primary entrance to the stadium opens two hours before the games begin. The other gates will open 90 minutes before the start of the game.
The Oakland A’s will be in town from March 27 to March 29.
The Miami Marlins will be in town from April 8th through April 10th. The San Diego Padres will be in town from April 11 to April 13. Oakland A’s (April 26th – April 27th) The Washington Nationals will be in town from April 29 to May 1.
The Washington Nationals will be in town from April 29 to May 1. The St. Louis Cardinals will be in town from May 5 through May 8. Colorado Rockies (May 9th – May 11th) The San Diego Padres will be in town from May 20 through May 22. The New York Mets will be in town from May 23 to May 25.
Washington Nationals (April 29 – May 1) The St. Louis Cardinals will be in town from May 5th through the eighth. Colorado Rockies (May 9th – May 11th) – The San Diego Padres will be in town from May 20-May 22. The New York Mets are in town from May 23 to May 25.
Chicago White Sox (July 1st – July 3rd) Arizona Diamondbacks (July 11th – July 13th) Milwaukee Brewers (July 14th – July 17th) The Chicago Cubs will be in town from July 28 to July 31.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will play from August 1st through August 4th. The Pittsburg Pirates will play from August 12th through August 14th. Arizona Diamondbacks (August 15th – August 18th) The San Diego Padres will be in town from August 29 to August 31.
Philadelphia Phillies (September 2nd – September 4th) The Atlanta Braves are in town from September 12 to September 14. The Los Angeles Dodgers will be in town from September 16th through September 18th. Colorado Rockies: September 27th – September 29th The Arizona Diamondbacks will be in town from September 30 to October 2.
The Arizona Diamondbacks will be in town from September 30 to October 2.
If you want to see a San Francisco Giants game, Oracle Park is a fantastic venue.
The park, which is still in its early stages, is located directly on the San Francisco Bay coastline. The park is also well located in relation to the rest of San Francisco. There are also some excellent restaurants and pubs within a two- or three-block walking distance of the stadium.
What to Wear During the SF Giants Games
One thing to keep in mind before going to a game at Oracle Park is that the weather in San Francisco may be rather cold late into the evening. Even in the midst of summer, nighttime temperatures in San Francisco will drop to the mid- to upper-50s degrees Fahrenheit. Oracle Park also benefits from a slight wind from the San Francisco Bay as a result of its position. This implies that you should dress appropriately for the cool temperatures expected for the game. It’s a delicate balancing act since some of the chairs are directly in the sun – and hence rather warm until the sun sets.
When I go to a night game, I usually carry a sweater and a light jacket.
Continue reading thewhat to dress in San Francisco page to find out further more about the weather conditions in the city during the baseball season.
Where to Enjoy Three Innings Free
Was it ever brought to your attention that you may watch up to three innings of San Francisco baseball for free? Many people are unaware that the San Francisco Giants have a modest viewing spot at McCovey Cove where they may see a portion of a game for free, which is often overlooked. Standing room exclusively in this location, which provides a good view for around 100 individuals at a given moment. The area is closely supervised by the San Francisco Giants’ personnel, and a fresh set of employees is assigned to the area after the third, sixth, and ninth innings.
It also provides you a little taste of what you’ll be able to observe throughout the course of the game.
However, if you have a little more time or only want to watch for a short period of time, this is a wonderful way to view the 2014 World Champion San Francisco Giants in action.
In this section, you’ll either observe a queue of people or members of the San Francisco Giants’ personnel waiting.
Tips to Get to the Park
Oracle Park is a short distance from the rest of San Francisco and is quite accessible. If you enjoy walking, it’s just approximately a mile from Union Square to your destination. Market Street is also a good location to catch the K, T, or N Muni trains. All three of these vehicles drop off just in front of the football stadium. Another alternative is to take a taxi, Uber, or Lyft to your destination. On game days, the streets directly in front of the stadium are blocked to all vehicular traffic.
If you do manage to secure a ride, make a note of where you were left off. This is also the location where cabs will congregate after the game to reload.
Where to Grab Drinks or Food Before/After the Game
I enjoy attending to baseball games, but I also enjoy getting a couple of beers or some food before or after the game as a social activity. Here are some of my favorite spots to get a bite to eat or a drink close to the stadium. The Twenty-first Amendment The twenty-first Amendment: This is one of my all-time favorite songs. It’s a reasonably sized pub, restaurant, and brewery complex (for San Francisco standards). Additionally, it attracts a large number of local San Francisco Giants supporters.
563 2nd Street is a residential address.
On game days, they cater to the San Francisco Giants fan base with a large outdoor area and drink deals that are available.
Food at the Stadium
Oracle Park is also home to a few restaurants and pubs that are within walking distance. The Public House, which is located on the north-west corner of the stadium, is one of the most popular places to hang out. The only way to get into it is from the outside. On game days, they provide fantastic food and beverage discounts. Once you’ve entered the stadium, you’ll find a variety of excellent dining options. Two of my favorites are the Slice House by Tony Gemignani (which has three locations within the park) and Sheboygan Bratwurst (which has three locations outside the park) (you will find a few locations on the Field and Club levels).
You can grab some of the most delicious garlic fries in the stadium right here.
If it’s a cold night, Pier 44 Chowder House is a fantastic spot to stop for a bite to eat.
2022 Fan Fest
Pre-season festivities and a festival at Oracle Park kick off the San Francisco Giants’ season before the regular season begins. It’s an opportunity for fans to interact with some of the players, obtain their signatures, and purchase goods for the upcoming season. You may also have a bite to eat, have your picture taken with one of the three World Series trophies, view highlights from last season in the Giants Highlight Theater, and play catch on the field. Single-game tickets will also be available for purchase.
It will take place from 10 a.m.
While there aren’t many hotels near Oracle Park, Union Square and Downtown San Francisco are both within walking distance or a short taxi trip. Here are a number of suggestions based on pricing, location, and amenities.
Brief San Francisco Giants History
For the 1958 season, the Giants relocated from New York to San Francisco, where they have been ever since.
For many years, the team played its home games at Candlestick Park, which is located on the southern end of San Francisco’s peninsula. It was in 1999 that they relocated to their current location at Oracle Park.
When the San Francisco Giants defeated the Oakland Athletics in Game 3 of the 1989 World Series, it was one of the most memorable moments in the team’s history. An earthquake struck the neighborhood only a few minutes before the game was set to begin. As a result of the earthquake’s rapid spread, it was promptly called the “World Series Earthquake.” They were eliminated from the World Series that year, but went on to win the World Series in 2010, 2012, and 2014.
Barry Bonds RecordsControversy
In recent years, the club has benefited from the presence of a number of high-caliber players. One of the most well-known – and divisive – of these individuals is Barry Bonds. His stint with the San Francisco Giants saw him become the first person to hit 73 runs in a season (in 2001), and he went on to smash 700 home runs in his career with the team (3rd overall). His dominance enabled him to amass an impressive collection of accolades. For years, though, he was shrouded in mystery and apprehension.
When Bonds was placed on trial in 2011, the debate erupted into flames.
More SF Giants History
This is a very basic overview of some of the San Francisco Giants’ recent history. If you want to learn more, take a walk around Oracle Park either before or after a game to get some perspective. On the north side of the stadium, you’ll find the Giants Hall of Fame, which was built in 1998. Here are just a few examples of the plaques that may be seen here. On the south side, near McCovey Cove, you’ll see a number of plaques in the cement that commemorate the SF Giants’ most prestigious achievements.
San Francisco Giants Tickets
The eight-time World Series winners are hungry for more, and seeing the team in action at Oracle Parkis an event that all baseball fans should make a point of taking part in this season. You should keep in mind that when you utilize Vivid Seats, you can discover excellent SF Giants tickets 2022 in stadiums all across the country at any time throughout the season. Keep an eye out for the San Francisco Giants as they prepare for yet another memorable season in the “City by the Bay.” The team’s schedule includes a new set of appearances against top teams from around baseball, including interleague games at home against the Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Oakland Athletics, and the Baltimore Orioles.
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- Look through the San Francisco Giants’ calendar for 2022 to locate the game you want to attend in person. You may sift through the games using criteria such as opponent, day of the week, and month, so be sure to take use of the filtering tools to expedite your search process. Please keep in mind that all local Giants games will be featured at the top of the page, with all other games listed below in chronological order after that. Once you’ve found a matchup you’re interested in, click “Tickets” next to the game to see the whole collection of available tickets
- We have Giants tickets for the selected game on the left-hand side of the page, and you can refine your search with other criteria (price, quantity, row, section) to discover exactly what you’re looking for in a hurry. On the list will be the cheapest Giants tickets, with more costly tickets appearing farther down the list. Examine all of the Giants ticket prices available and select the most affordable choice that fits your budget. You can also search for SF Giants game tickets 2022 by clicking straight on the interactive Oracle Park seating map to see which sections of the stadium are available. When you discover the SF Giants tickets you desire, click on the “Buy” button. You’ll need to connect into your existing Vivid Seats account or establish a new one in order to complete your transaction. Simply fill out the billing and shipping details on the checkout page to complete the transaction. After your order has been placed, processed, and authorized by the vendor, we’ll begin working on getting your Giants tickets ready for distribution as soon as possible. In the event that you have any questions, you may contact us by dialing 866.848.8499 or by clicking on the Live Chat icon located at the top of each page.
San Francisco Giants Ticket Prices and Schedule Information for the 2022 Season What are the prices of Giants tickets? Regardless of how much money you’re seeking to spend, Vivid Seats has tickets to match your needs. Giants tickets for the 2022 season are currently on sale at Vivid Seats, with prices ranging from $6 to $152 on average for San Francisco Giants tickets for the season. How to Obtain Low-Cost San Francisco Giants Baseball Tickets Vivid Seats is a terrific place to get excellent prices on tickets, especially for Giants games that are on a budget.
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- Fans can always count on a game between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers to be a must-see event.
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List of San Francisco Giants seasons – Wikipedia
Oracle Park has served as the Giants’ home stadium since the 2000 season. In the city of San Francisco, the San Francisco Giants are a professional baseball team that competes in the National League West. Since the team’s founding in 1883, they have been a member of the National League (NL), which is a division of Major League Baseball (MLB). Following the creation of divisions within the league in 1969, they became a member of the National League West. New York City, New York, was the home of the Giants for 75 seasons, first as the New York Gothams and then as the New York Giants.
- The Giants came to San Francisco in 1958, and for a brief period of time, they played at Seals Stadium.
- In the period between October 1, 2010 and June 16, 2017, the Giants sold out 530 straight games, setting a National League record.
- Between 1903 and 1939, the New York Giants had 55 winning seasons and only three losing seasons throughout that span, which included two runs of ten or more consecutive winning seasons (1903-14 and 1916-1925).
- Their eight World Series championships are tied for the fourth-most in baseball history, and their 23 pennants are the second-most in the National League and the second-most in the sport altogether.
- When they were champions of the National League in each of the four seasons between 1921 and 1924, the club went on to defeat cross-town rival New York Yankees in the World Series on two separate occasions.
- The Giants won the National League pennant in 1951 after defeating their archrivals, the Brooklyn Dodgers, in a three-game playoff for the championship.
- The Giants won their fifth World Series victory in 1954 after sweeping the Cleveland Indians 4–0 in a three-game series.
- Following the transfer, they have advanced to the World Series on six occasions, but have come up short on each of the first three occasions in which they have appeared.
- The series was postponed for ten days, and the Giants were finally swept by their neighboring team.
- When the Giants defeated the Detroit Tigers in a seven-game sweep in 2012, they became the city’s second champion.
The Giants have never had more than four consecutive losing seasons in their entire existence (138 years), and they have never ended at.500, instead finishing either above or below that level every year.
Year by year results
|Pre–World Series champions(Pre– 1903)‖||World Series champions(1903 –present)†||National Leaguechampions(1883 –present)‡||Divisionchampions(1969 –present)*||Wild Cardberth(1994 –present)§|
Record by decade
The win–loss record of the San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball is shown in the following table by decade.
The information in this section is taken from theBaseball-Reference.com’sSan Francisco Giants HistoryEncyclopedia, and it is up to date as of October 4, 2021.
|Total Games||Wins||Losses||Win %|
|New York Gothams/Giants regular season record (1883–1957)||10,965||6,067||4,898||.553|
|San Francisco Giants regular season record (1958–present)||10,109||5,234||4,875||.518|
|All-time regular season record||21,074||11,301||9,773||.536|
|All-time post-season record||193||100||93||.518|
|All-time regular and post-season record||21,267||11,401||9,866||.535|
Please keep in mind that all statistics are up to date as of October 14, 2021.
- The Giants were scheduled to play against the Boston Americans, who were defending American League champions, but they chose to skip the series. John McGraw, the Giants’ manager at the time, claimed that the American League was inferior and that a World Series was unnecessary
- Bdoes not include postseason games played prior to 1903 — the beginning of the modern World Series era — because these were considered exhibition games
- Cdoes not include postseason games played prior to 1905 — the beginning of the modern World Series era — because these were considered exhibition games
- Ddoes not include postseason games played
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