The Giants season-opener against the Mariners will now take place at night.
Hello and happy Friday.
MLB has announced game times for the upcoming 2021 season, and while that is normally an incredibly boring affair, it does come with an important note for the San Francisco Giants. The Giants season-opener, which takes place on April 1, on the road, against the Seattle Mariners, has been moved from a day game to a night game. It will now start at 7:10 p.m. PT.
So prepare to stay up late on a Thursday to get your season-opening Giants fix. Or don’t stay up late, and read about it the next morning on your favorite Giants website as long as it’s this one.
Old, random MCC article for you to read
An exercise in thankfulness: looking at the Giants’ starting rotation (Nov. 22, 2018 — Carmen Kiew)
- Podcast: Roger Munter talks with Andrew Baggarly about the Giants plans to balance prospect development with immediate relevance (There R Giants)
- Grant Brisbee on if Jake McGee will throw more than the 10 sliders he threw last season (The Athletic, subscription required)
- Ann Killion on why you should not travel to Scottsdale for Spring Training [she’s right, you know] (SF Chronicle)
- Kerry Crowley on how GM Scott Harris, a Bay Area native, ended up leading the Giants (Mercury News)
- Alex Pavlovic on how questions remain for the Giants rotation (NBC Sports Bay Area)
- Mark W. Sanchez on how the Giants will continue to play the national anthem before games (KNBR)
How many days until Opening
There are 48 days until Opening
Have a wonderful Friday. Stay safe out there.