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    New Amenities Come to Oracle Park in San Francisco

    With a new name, come new changes at Oracle Park in San Francisco. Fans will have new food options like Argentinian empanadas and a new screen to watch the game. Christie Smith reports.

    (Published Friday, March 22, 2019)

    Opening Day is around the corner for the San Francisco Giants and there will be several changes starting with the ballpark's name.

    The highlight for fans may be the new video scoreboard that will be the third largest in Major League Baseball, which can handle more content.

    The Giants unveiled the $10 million board on Friday, which is still under construction.

    Giants spokesman Bill Schlough said the new scoreboard will be about 3.5 times the size of the previous board.

    Other changes at the park include what fans will be able to eat while enjoying the game. New on the menu for this upcoming season include traditional Argentinian empanadas and certified organic corn dogs.

    Fans will also notice more social spaces at the park, including one near the scoreboard.

    The Giants Home Opener at Oracle Park is on April 5.

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