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The San Francisco Giants were originally known as the New York Giants, but the team moved to San Francisco, California in 1958. San Francisco has been home to the Giants ever since. This professional MLB team currently plays in the West Division of the National League. This stunning team is currently the World Series champions, but the 2013 season will tell whether or not the team will be able to make it back to the World Series. The Giants are hands down on the of the oldest established baseball teams in the Major League. In fact, they have won more games than sports team in America and in North America. The Giants are a team that leaves no feat unaccomplished.

The Giants have twenty two league pennants titles underneath of their belt along with an impressive nineteen World Series appearances. Many generations of fans have flocked to see the Giants play in person. Be one of them this season. Share in the magic that can only be felt in the stands. Let Tickget make sure that you are there for every game of the season. See scheduled matchups and order tickets from Tickget, the best ticketing outlet ever.

The Giants may have been to the World Series nineteen times, but they have not won that many titles. In 1904, the team boycotted the World Series. The San Francisco Giants have produced more hall of fame inductees than any other MLB team. The Giants have developed quite a few rivalries over the years, but no rivalry is bigger than the one between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Until the end of the 1957 season, the Giants played in Manhattan, New York at Pollo Grounds. After 1957, the team moved to San Francisco to become the Giants. Since making the move to sunny San Francisco, the team has managed to pull of two World Series Championship titles as well as five pennant titles. John McGraw and Willie Mays are just a few of the many talented players to wear the Giants uniform over the years.

There is no doubt about it. This team is one of the most exciting teams in the entire MLB to watch due to the fact that they pour their heart into every game. The Giants have managed to capture the hearts of millions of fans over the years and it is easy to see why. Let Tickget provide you with schedule information and ticket booking services that will blow your mind without blowing your wallet. See the Giants live and in action thanks to the affordable prices found at Tickget. Tickets to see the Giants play baseball have been on sale for many decades.  Get yourself down to the ball park to watch one of the greatest teams in the American League.

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