If this page says there are still tickets available after the sale has ended then they can be purchased at the door with cash.
Some people still might be getting over their hangovers from the last tailgate or are still wondering how it was they came to pass out at the end of the line on Caltrain or Bart. It's time to move on already.
The Texas Rangers are coming to town June 9th, which means World Series rematch! Last time they saw us, we were celebrating in their house. The celebration shall continue at AT&T park.
This will be the first time one of these tailgates is before a 1 PM game, which means the tailgate will start a lot earlier (10 AM), but also means it could actually be hot while watching the game which would be quite nice. A 10 AM start means that a bloody mary bar will be an absolute must (with an absolute pro in a bowtie manning it). In addition there will of course be kegs and jugs full of various cocktails, as well as the Taco man serving up delicious tacos. Your ticket includes all the food and drinks you can handle.
For some reason tickets were harder to come by this season than last. I bought these tickets so long ago (sometime in 2011), but still couldn't get into the bleachers, so this time around we're in View Reserved Section 325, which in all honesty is probably a better seat for actually watching the game.
Music will be kicking out there again and there will be a bunch of tables, cups, and ping pong balls for drinking games. I'm thinking getting started earlier could mean less wind which will be good for beirut and flip cup. All are welcome to attend, so pass this invitation along.
Here are instructions on how to get to the reserved spot and a link to a map below that.
"Guests coming up 3rd St. should go left on Mission Rock (the street right before Lot A begins) and the left on Terry Francois Blvd. The tailgate spaces are located at the end of Terry Francois Blvd, right near McCovey Cove."
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