San Francisco Giants

April 11, 2014 1:04 AM

Giants throw away late chances in loss to Diamondbacks

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants bade a ceremonial farewell to Candlestick Park before playing the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday at AT&T Park, then turned in a 4-hour, 10-minute game complete with fog, swirling winds and seagulls swarming the air above center field in the seventh inning.

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