Heritage Nights, fireworks display among highlights of six-game homestand at AT&T Park

After a
10-game road trip with many memorable moments including Fred Lewis hitting for
the cycle on Mother’s Day, the Giants return home for a brief six-game set
before they embark on their second, and final 10-game road stint. The action
starts Monday, May 21, when Craig Biggio, Roy Oswalt, and Lance Berkman lead
the rest of the Astros into the Bay Area for their only visit this season.
After a three-game set with Houston, Todd Helton and Matt Holliday lead the
Colorado Rockies into town for a three-game weekend series starting Friday, May
25.

Back for
the second year in a row, Japanese Heritage Night kicks off the homestand on
Monday, May 21. For a $14.00 ticket purchase, you can receive a seat in the
exclusive View Reserved section and a specially designed Giants shirt. Japanese
dancers will perform pre-game in Willie Mays plaza.

Chinese
dancers will perform pre-game in Willie Mays plaza on Tuesday, May 22 as

AT&T
Park celebrates Chinese Heritage Night.
A special ticket package includes a seat in the View Reserved section and a
Giants baseball shirt in Chinese characters. The first 20,000 fans to enter the
park will receive a Dave Roberts Poster, delivered by AT&T.

Also on
Tuesday, Giants players will be out in the community. Omar Vizquel will visit
the
LeRoy
Neiman

Art
Center
for Youth and participate in a painting class with sixth graders from

Francisco
Middle School. While Giants pitcher Noah
Lowry will visit the Charles Armstrong School, a school serving the needs of
children with dyslexia, in

Belmont.

The Giants
welcome a new event to the Heritage Night line-up on Wednesday, May 23 South
Asian Heritage Night. Fans interested can purchase a package, which includes a
seat in the View Reserved area and a specially designed shirt created
specifically for that evening. Once again, dancers will perform pre-game in
Willie Mays plaza. Additionally, San Rafael Heads-Up will be observed on the
shores of McCovey Cove.

If you are
free at noon on Friday, May 25, visit the Embarcadero Dugout Store Noah Lowry
will be present to meet fans and sign autographs for the first 275 people. When
the Giants open the series against Clint Hurdle’s Rockies,

AT&T
Park
unveils Korean Heritage Night. The ticket package includes a seat in the View
Reserve level and a Korean-themed Giants cap. Korean dancers will perform
pre-game in the

Willie

Mays
Plaza.
In addition,

AT&T

Park will celebrate
Petaluma Education Foundation Night presented by Fidelity Investments. Fans are
encouraged to come to the yard and show their Giants spirit by donning as much
orange as possible in honor of
Orange Friday.
Friday also marks the Chevron Fireworks Night, where fans can enjoy a beautiful
show following the contest.

Lights!
Camera! Smile! On-Field Photo Day is on Saturday, May 26. The first 3,000 fans
with cameras will be allowed on the field to take pictures with some of their
favorite Giants players. Giants’ broadcasters Tito Fuentes and Erwin Higueros
will join Eliezer Alfonzo and Jonathan Sanchez for an afternoon of music, food
and fun at

San Francisco’s
Annual Carnaval in the Mission District on

Harrison Street. Eliezer and Jonathan
will be signing autographs from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Tito and Erwin will be
there from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

The
homestand will come to a close on Sunday, May 27. Following the competition,
kids will be allowed to live out every baseball fan’s dream by running the
bases. After exiting the park, kids interested in running the bases may take
part in See’s Kids Run the Bases. Enter through the gates located in the right
field corner approximately 10 minutes after the game ends. It will also be BBQ
at the Ballpark presented by Diamond Foods. Chef hats will be available to the
first 20,000 fans when the gates open. Prior to game time, there will be a BBQ
exhibition on the field featuring: ACME Chophouse, Americano Restaurant,
Compadres, Big Guy’s BBQ, Harris’ Restaurant and MoMo’s.