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Giants announce players, coaches scheduled to attend 2012 reunion on Saturday

© Ed Szczepanski | 2019 Sep 29


The Giants will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the 2012 World Series Championship team during a pregame ceremony on Saturday, August 13 before the club takes on the Pittsburgh Pirates at 6:05 p.m.  The ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. Gates will open at 3:35 p.m. Fans are encouraged to arrive early.


Jeremy Affeldt, Bruce Bochy, Matt Cain, Santiago Casilla, Justin Christian, Steve Edlefsen, Bobby Evans, Tim Flannery, Mark Gardner, George Kontos, Javier Lopez, Shane Loux, Guillermo Mota, Xavier Nady, Dan Otero, Angel Pagan, Hunter Pence, Dave Righetti, Dan Runzler, Hector Sanchez, Nate Schierholtz, Marco Scutaro, Ryan Vogelsong, Barry Zito

Subject to change


Saturday, August 13

Oracle Park

5 p.m. – Ceremony Begins

3:35 p.m. – Gates Open

6:05 p.m. – Game Time


The first 20,000 fans to enter the ballpark on Sat., Sept. 17 will receive one of three bobbleheads (Pence, Posey or Scutaro), presented by Coca-Cola. Bobbleheads given out at random.

After the game, all attendees will receive an email to claim a commemorative NFT from Candy Digital. Introduced this year, the series of free digital collectibles provides fans with a new way to commemorate unique and memorable occasions at the ballpark.

2012 TEAM:   

In 2012 the Giants finished the regular season in first place (94-68) bringing home the National League West pennant to advance to the Postseason. Facing elimination against the Cincinnati Reds (3-2) in the NL Division Series, they advanced to the NL Championship Series where they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals (4-3). In the World Series they swept the Detroit Tigers (4-0) to claim their second World Series title in three years. The streak of six straight elimination games won tied a Major League record. 

Manager Bruce Bochy said of his 2012 World Championship Team, “I think you have to look at the resilience of the 2012 team, the never-say-die group that had their backs against the wall. Six different times they faced elimination in the playoffs to win those games to keep going. That would be the overarching theme of the 2012 club: heart, determination and the resilience that team had to play with.” 


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