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Corner of Bryant and 16th St.
San Francisco, CA

Stadium Opened: 1931
Capacity: 22,900
Dimensions: LF- 340 ft.  CF- 400 ft.   RF- 385 ft.
Surface: Natural Grass
Former Names of Ballpark: None

 

 

History: Seals Stadium was located in San Francisco, CA. It is the former home of the San Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League from 1931-1957, the Mission Reds (PCL) from 1931-1937, and the San Francisco Giants (MLB - 1958-1959). The SF Giants played here after moving from New York while their first home, Candlestick Park was being built. The stadium was demolished in 1959. You will find the historical marker in front of a small building for cash advances across from Franklin Square.

Photos taken July 2010.

 

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