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An architect offers a proposal to encase Candlestick Park in a plastic screen “saran cloth” to shield it from the wind. Vice President Richard Nixon, at the first game at Candlestick Park, on April 12, 1960, called it “the finest ballpark … Continue reading
This past Sunday, the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer played Atletico Madrid in a friendly at Candlestick Park. The match was billed as the last sporting event to take place in the old stadium before it is torn … Continue reading
One way to appreciate Stu Miller is to use Baseball Prospectus’s stat WXRL. WXRL attempts to tell us the number of expected wins a relief pitcher produced, above what a replacement-level pitcher would produce, adjusted for the quality of … Continue reading
Sherry Davis becomes the first woman major league public address announcer when she is hired by the Giants to work at Candlestick Park.
An architect offers a proposal to encase Candlestick Park in a plastic screen — “saran cloth” — to shield it from the wind.