The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District will host the San Francisco Giants World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America on Saturday, March 2, at the Robert Livermore Community Center.
Fans will get the opportunity to have their photo taken with the 2010 and 2012 Major League Baseball’s Commissioner’s Trophies, crafted by Tiffany & Co. The stop with LARPD is part of a three-month public tour to share the MLB Commissioner’s trophies with Giants fans in Junior Giants communities throughout Northern California.
LARPD operates Randy Johnson Field, named for the former Giants pitcher who went to Livermore High School. The field is home to Livermore’s own Junior Giants, a free and noncompetitive baseball program providing opportunities for children to demonstrate confidence and leadership, to link with adult mentors and to develop a strong understanding of the importance of literacy and healthy living. This will be the fourth year for Junior Giants in Livermore. Fans having their photo taken with the trophies will have the opportunity to support LARPD’s Junior Giants by making a voluntary contribution.
The LARPD stop on the tour will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 2, at the Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Ave., Livermore.
Personal Photo Policy
There have been a large number of fans attending each of the trophy viewings. The Giants intend to accommodate as many fans as possible during the viewing time period. Fans can take photos of the trophies with their personal cameras up to a designated area while waiting in line. Once fans have reached that designated area, only the professional photographers will be allowed to take a posed photo of you or your group.
Fans are advised to arrive early as the line will be cut off, if needed, to allow the trophies to leave at the designated end time. A Giants representative will assess and determine a cutoff point in line. A fan arriving during the designated viewing time is not automatically guaranteed a photo with the trophies. Fans are accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.