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San Jose Giants
The San Jose Giants is a name of a minor league baseball team in San Jose of California. It is considered among "high-A" class teams in the Northern Division of the California League, and have been served as a farm team of the San Francisco Giants since 1988. The Giants have also joined a long series of San Jose based California League teams dating back to the league's formation.
the San Jose Giants had proved to be the most successful teams in the California League, right from its formation. They had won the league championships in 1998, 2001, and 2005 and most recently in 2007.
The team has also played for the California League at many occasions and had won the Northern Division championship for seven times.
The Giants also had the best record of any minor league class A team in the 1990s. There is a consistent increase in the fans in 14 of the last 17 years. The SJ Giants have a longer affiliation with the team in the California League.
The team had set a record in the year of 2004, by marking a second highest team record attendance of 151,414 for the season. San Jose Giants has shaped up the careers of over 115 major league players like Tim Lincecum, Jonathan Sanchez, Matt Cain, Noah Lowry , Merkin Valdez , Chad Zerbeand many others.
The San Jose Giants team is a strict follower of the older traditions of baseball. Usually the placing of the fans is very close to the field, there is also available the general admission seating for the games. It is a common tradition that players sign autographs before every game, and the outfield walls are lined with adverts much like the stadiums of the 1920s and 30s were.
The stadium does not offer the jumbotron screens, and only a simple scoreboard showing the basic game data like runs, strikes, balls is placed for the fans. The board had an updating in 2005 to feature lights to denote the count rather than numbers much like Fenway Park in Boston.
The out-of-town scoreboard for other California League games is also hand hung. The simple scoreboard was replaced with a video board in the year of 2006. The customs of service for the fans is followed in a manner of little games and entertainment between innings which are hosted by improvisation performers from Comedy and Sports from the town of San Jose.
There are small fun based games like tire toss, a child footrace around the bases, and throwing a baseball at a truck for prizes during the break between the innings. The San Jose Giants have also developed a mascot named Gigante, for the 2006 season.
There is something very unique, related with the games of San Jose Giants, named as "beer batter." A batter from the opposing team is designated the "beer batter".
If the San Jose pitcher strikes out that batter, beer is half price in the beer only lines for the 15 minutes immediately following the strike out. The beer batter promotion is a function only for a short time, like the first six innings of the game.