Word around the streets of MLB is that free-agent hitter's don't put the San Francisco Giants anywhere near the top of their list because AT&T Park isn't a "hitter's" park. Well, if it isn't a "hitters" park, then how come Pablo "Kung Fu Panda" Sandoval hit a blistering .361 at AT&T, and just .301 on the road? How come the entire Giants offense fared much better at home then on the road this past season? AT&T Park is a great place to hit, just not for home runs. However, the aforementioned Sandoval did hit 13 of his 25 home runs in San Francisco, one more than he hit on the road. Therefore, AT&T park as nothing but a mere "pitcher's park" is far from the truth. In all honesty, if you've attended more than a handful of games at the most gorgeous stadium in baseball, you wou ...
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