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San Francisco Giants: 5 Reasons AT&T Park Is MLB's Best Home-Field Advantage
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The San Francisco Giants have been struggling on their current road trip, losing the series against the Milwaukee Brewers as well as the second game against the St. Louis Cardinals. After they finish up the four-game series with the Cardinals, San Francisco will head home to face the Colorado Rockies, Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds.

If the Giants wish to take back the division lead from the Arizona Diamondbacks, they will have to play well at home.The Giants currently own a record of 13-8 at AT&T Park, which is one of the best home-field advantages in baseball.

There are plenty of other good ballparks around the country that provide their teams with a strong home-field advantage, but it's hard to argue, after many years of outstanding play, that AT&T Park is not the best one of all.

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