Oracle Park - Wikipedia
Design and construction. Name rights. 2020 renovations. Right field and McCovey Cove. Rusty, Rusty Coke, and the glove. Wireless internet. Wall of Fame for San Francisco Giants.  Left field Chevron banner, ground rule issues. Notable events.
Height of fenceLeft Field: 8 feet (2m) Center Field: 7 feet (2m) Dead Center Field: 10 feet (3m) Right-Center Field 20 feet (6m)Right Field - 24ft (7m).
Oracle Park is a Major League Baseball Stadium in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood. It has been home to the San Francisco Giants since 2000. The stadium was previously known as Pacific Bell Park. SBC Park and AT&T Park. In 2019, the Oracle Corporation purchased the stadium. 
The stadium is located along the San Francisco Bay. A section of the bay just beyond Oracle Park's right-field wall is known as McCovey Cove. This honors Willie McCovey, a former Giants player.
Oracle Park has hosted both professional and collegiate American football matches. From its inception in 2002, the Redbox Bowl was held at the stadium. In 2013, the Redbox Bowl became the Redbox Bowl. The stadium also hosted the University of California's temporary home in 2011. It was home to the XFL's San Francisco Demons and the XFL's California Redwoods.
Muni Metro and Muni Bus provide public transit access to the stadium from San Francisco. Caltrain also runs from the Peninsula and Santa Clara Valley. Ferries from San Francisco Bay take you across the bay and into the Bay Area. The Muni 2nd and King Stations are located directly outside the stadium. The 4th & King Caltrain station, 1.5 blocks away, and the Oracle Park Ferry Terminal can be found just outside the eastern edge of the ballpark.