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San Francisco Giants Postseason History

Since moving to San Francisco from New York in the late 1950s, the San Francisco Giants have been a consistent contender in the National League and in the World Series. Thanks to a strong group of players that has spanned decades, Giants fans have been able to enjoy October baseball over the course of many years, and some championships as well.

The most successful period of Giants postseason baseball came from 2010 to 2014, when the team won the World Series three times. They got the job done in 2010, 2012, and 2014, with fans joking that the team was going to win the World Series in every even numbered year as their run was in progress. Of course, there was more to their success than whether the year was odd or even numbered, as the Giants’ star power was able to push them through many difficult situations.

Chief among those stars was Madison Bumgarner, who earned a reputation as one of the most clutch pitchers in Major League Baseball postseason history during that time period. Bumgarner regularly pitched elimination games for the Giants, even coming out of the bullpen to do so on little to no rest when the team needed him most.

Bumgarner won World Series MVP honors after his performance in 2014, which saw him throw 21 innings in three appearances with just one earned run allowed. The third appearance was the most important, as he pitched in Game Seven as a reliever, earning a five inning save in which he allowed just two baserunners in one of the more impressive performances of longevity for a pitcher in the modern era.

Of course, the Giants have developed a number of postseason rivalries over their many playoff appearances. Their frequent clashes with the St. Louis Cardinals make them one of the biggest, if not the biggest, rival that the Giants have during the postseason. The two clubs have played in multiple National League Championship Series in the past, including two of those meetings during the Giants’ run of three titles in five years. In 2012, the Giants snuck past the Cardinals in seven games, while their 2014 encounter saw the Giants win a much more straightforward five game affair.

When Do Giants Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

San Francisco Giants playoff tickets usually go on sale in September or early October, as that is when most teams in Major League Baseball clinch playoff berths. But if the team is performing well and a playoff spot looks likely earlier in the year, playoff tickets could be sold prior to September.

How Much Do Giants Playoff Tickets Cost?

Giants playoff games are an experience, and on average resale tickets cost $192. The price of Giants playoff tickets depends on a couple of things. First, which section of AT&T Park a fan wants to sit in, and second, what round of the postseason the tickets are for. Naturally, the better the seats and the later the playoff round, the more expensive tickets tend to be.