April 11, 2000
A panoramic view in San Francisco, California - The Rob Arra Collection
From the bleak, wind-swept Candlestick Park to the baseball paradise of Pac Bell! On April 11, 2000 a new era in Giants baseball began. In the course of one off-season, the Giants' home park went from notorious to glorious, with great sightlines, amazing bleachers, classic details, and Barry Bonds' Home Run Splashdown over the right field wall! Opening day at the new park had perfect weather, and a matchup against hated downstate rivals the Los Angeles Dodgers. Even a 6-5 loss could not put a damper on what will be remembered as one of the greatest days in franchise history.
With this poster, you are transported back to that historic moment by the bay - the opening day of what is now AT&T Park. Like all prints in photographer Rob Arra's Everlasting Images series, every single detail is in perfect focus, and as you pan across the image you feel like you are actually at the game. You can see every part of the amazing stadium, and all the action on the field - even Kirk Rueter's second-inning pitch in motion! Northern California sports fans, this amazing collector's item belongs in a prominent place on your wall!
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released June 2000
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand New. Printed on high-quality heavy paper stock.
Price: $39.95 USD
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Item Number: EI062
AT&T Park Inaugural Game Panorama (2000) - Everlasting Images