Editor's Note: This is the third report card in Page 2's summerlong series rating all 30 ballparks in Major League Baseball.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Once upon a time, the San Francisco Giants played baseball in Candlestick
Park, a stadium only Jack London could love. It was cold, windy and remote.
Fans were bundled and bitter, hovering over their last sorry, soaked
matches, desperate for a spark of heat and light. Whole families routinely
perished crossing the trail from their seats to the ...