San Francisco Giants Unveil “What’s New” at AT&T Park in 2015

The San Francisco Giants held their annual Media Open House at AT&T Park Monday to unveil "What's New" at AT&T Park for the 2015 season. This is the 16th season AT&T Park has been open.

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The 2015 Giants Media Open House displayed on the brand new centerfield LED display board. The Giants say the 38 foot wide by 13 foot high board will display messages, birthday greetings, announcements, fan features, and other game-related content.
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Close-up view of the World Series trophy triplets. The Giants won the World Series in 2010, 2012, and 2014.
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Giants unveil "What's New" at their Media Open House. This is the opening presentation.
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Another shot of the opening ceremony.
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The World Champion #SFGiants display their 2014 title entirely made out of Legos. The Giants are partnering with Lego this year to give away a replica player made out of #Legos, and they will have a lifesize Lego player on display at AT&T Park.
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Close-up view of the Lego mosaic.
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The new Oreo churros will be available at AT&T Park this year.
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Also new at AT&T Park this year -- Cheddar Kettle Corn!
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Arnold Palmer drinks will now be served at AT&T Park. Nice and refreshing on a warm day.
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Eleven-time World Champion Pizza Champ Tony Gemignani is now making his pizza available at AT&T Park. Flavors available will be cheese and pepperoni. Fans will be able to view the chefs toss the dough, the team said. Fans can also have a whole pie delivered to their seat with the new MLB.com Ballpark App.
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Fans can enjoy ballpark chicken nachos in a Giants helmet!
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This classic food has been at AT&T Park since its opening in 2000. Garlic fries!
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Just like at Petco Park in San Diego, fish tacos are available at AT&T Park this season.
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The black jersey in the center will be the Giants' new Saturday night home jersey in 2015.
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The new Garden Bar at AT&T Park. Fans can now enjoy a drink at the new edible garden, which opened in 2014.
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The Garden food court.
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Fresh marjoram at The Garden, located behind the centerfield fence.
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The scoreboards are all set for AT&T Park's first exhibition game Thursday night.
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Enjoy your meal by the fire at The Garden at AT&T Park.
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NBC Bay Area will still be the broadcast home of the San Francisco Giants in 2015.
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The Yard at Mission Rock is located right across the street from AT&T Park. It figures to always be busy during lunchtime.
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New cheddar kettle corn will now be served at AT&T Park.
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Close-up view of the kettle corn.
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The new soda cup distributed at AT&T Park in 2015.
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One thing is the same -- Ghirardelli Sundae stands at AT&T Park.
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World Series edition bobblehead. Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner about to embrace after their championship win.
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Orlando's Caribbean BBQ will be serving a Baja taco with cabbage, pico de gallo, and crema sauce.
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All the new swag you can buy at AT&T Park this year.
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Oregano and basil growing in the Giants' edible garden.
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Gluten-free flat breads are also available at the Garden this year at AT&T Park.
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Spicy Asian wings (available in spicy or extra spicy) are now available at AT&T Park in 2015. These will be on the menu at Mashi's Sushi.
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A new antipasti bar at The Garden.
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Giants bobbleheads hoisting World Series trophies. Buster Posey (left), Madison Bumgarner (center), Hunter Pence (right).
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