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LEFT: On October 9, 2009, Angel Stadium is rocking as the Angels score three runs in the seventh inning to break a 1-1 tie in Game 2 of the American League Divisional Series. Mean- while Amtrak Pacific Surfliner 590 makes the Anaheim stop on time at 7:54 p.m. The An- gels would go on to win the game and the se- ries. DAVID STYFFE MIDDLE: Pausing at Red- wood City a southbound Caltrain sports larger-than-life images of Giants players Bar- ry Zito, Pablo “Panda” Sandoval and closer Brian Wilson. The special wrap debuted in 2010, the same year that the Giants won their first World Series championship since moving to San Francisco. ELROND LAWRENCE


special Angels Express service for weekday home games. After nearly 40 years the San Fran-


cisco Giants made the move from breezy Candlestick Park to the new AT&T Park in 2000, bringing baseball downtown and helping to revitalize the growing South Beach neighborhood. AT&T Park is served by the MUNI Metro’s N-Judah, S-Castro, and T- Third Street light rail lines. Caltrain’s 4th and King Street commuter rail ter- minal is located only one block from the baseball stadium. Caltrains runs extra service immediately after the game ends, including one train that runs ex- press to San Carlos and one that makes every stop to San Jose. Starting in 2010, several Caltrains gallery cars were wrapped with bright graphics fea- turing images of the team’s star players throughout the season.


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