McCovey Cove in 2000 – Sully Baseball Daily Photo at Noon for March 19, 2018


Not a lot of boats in the Cove at the end of this game in 2000. When Barry Bonds was playing there, the cove got kind of crowded.

By the way, this pic was taken when the ballpark was still called Pac Bell Park. I still prefer that name.

Sully Baseball Podcast – Giants at a Crossroads – March 8, 2018


No fan base have suffered LESS than those who love the San Francisco Giants. This year they have an outside chance of contending. If they don’t, they need to cash in and rebuild NOW!

Avoiding suffering here and now and in the future on this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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24 Willie Mays Plaza in San Francisco, 2016 – Sully Baseball Daily Photo at Noon for March 7, 2018


As we wait for the season to begin, it is always eerie to see ballparks quiet and empty.

This is the front entrance of AT&T Park in San Francisco. I took this picture in 2016 when there was no game being played.

No crowds were there. You could walk all around the front gate area.

I was there for the 2014 World Series and it was jam packed and people were elbow to elbow crushed trying to get through security and past the vendors.

The quietness in contrast to that mayhem makes me eager to start the season again.