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Here’s a dedicated Baseball Fan who was scorekeeping at a cold night SF Giants vs LA Dodgers Baseball game at Candlestick Park on Tuesday, April 17, 1990. He stayed to the end of the game as the Giants were trailing the Dodgers 10-5 in the middle of the 9th inning when the picture was taken. The Dodgers had just pushed across 4 runs in the top of the 9th. The Giants could not score any runs in the bottom of the 9th and ended up losing 10-5.
I took these photographs while I attended the Academy of Art University for a class project.
I wish I knew who this gentleman was. I did ask permission to take his photograph. He was a nice guy who enjoyed the game even though the Giants did not win.
If anyone know this dedicated SF Giants Baseball fan, please let me know who he is. There is always a special connection between SF Giants fans and those of us who regularly attended games at Candlestick Park. It would be nice to connect with someone who knows this happy fan!