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From their legendary game promotions to their response to #RandomActsofOpeningDay to, oh yeah, Metallica Night...the San Francisco Giants are making it hard not to root for them. Friday night the World Champs celebrated the Bay-area Rock and Roll Hall of Famers with a slew of Metallica-related stunts...free hats, Metallica guitars and hair metal-themed player pictures. And of course, the most metal "Star Spangled Banner" you've heard since Hendrix. Your browser does not support iframes.
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On Friday night, the San Francisco Giants held Metallica Night to honor of the legendary metal band.
As part of the festivities, Metallica guitarists James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett played the "Star-Spangled Banner" before the Giants faced the Los Angeles Dodgers. Hetfield and Hammett wore Giants jerseys and played black guitars...
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San Francisco is the hometown of Metallica so it makes perfect sense that AT&T Park honor the infamous rock band. On Friday, May 3rd it will be “Metallica Night” before the San Francisco Giants take on the rival Los Angeles Dodgers. The members of Metallica will throw out the first pitch as well as perform the National Anthem. However Giants pitcher Barry Zito got to celebrate...
Back on Friday night, the San Francisco Giants hosted a "Metallica Night" and the actual band was on hand to play the "Star Spangled Banner".
The performance can be seen below and watch as the legendary metal band gives one of the more interesting renditions of the National Anthem that I've seen in awhile:
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The San Francisco Giants held a "Metallica Night," which included having the band itself shred the national anthem (aka "Star Spangled Banner").
The San Francisco Giants extended a streak from ten games to eleven in which a Giants’ starting pitcher has not earned a victory with their 10-9 extra inning victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The streak , dating back to April 21 when Barry Zito beat the San Diego Padres, is the longest span without a victory dating back to August 4-18, 2010 (a span of 14 games).
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Pinch hitter Guillermo Quiroz homered with one out in the 10th inning, lifting the San Francisco Giants to a 10-9 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night.
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Went well for the Dodgers.
The San Francisco Giants welcome the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers to AT&T Park to begin a three game series beginning tonight.
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