Left field glove at AT&T Park

Jasper Goodman, Staff Writer

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AT&T Park in San Francisco is one of the most renowned ballparks in the world, with many unique features that you won’t find anywhere else. You will find one of those features out in left field just beyond the bleachers, and that is the gigantic brown glove that sits just to the left of the Coke Bottle. With the center of the glove extending 518 ft. from home plate, the glove is the 1927 four-fingered model can be seen from far away in the bay. Nobody has managed to hit a ball far enough to go into the glove but it would be quite a feat if a player were able to do so.

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