Play Ball! Many ways to take transit to Bay Area baseball

San Francisco Bay Ferry offers service to Giants games
Mark Prado

With the baseball season underway, the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A's are reminding fans that there are many ways to get to the ballpark without driving.

The Giants have a whole webpage dedicated on travel to Oracle Park. Trains, ferries, buses and bicycles are among the modes that can deliver fans to their seats. The site even offers a "Where Are You Coming From?" section that allows users to find the easiest way to the stadium from across the Bay Area.

Likewise, the Oakland A's also have a transportation website. Of course the RingCentral Coliseum is easily accessible by BART, which leaves patrons a short walk away from the ballpark. AC Transit provides bus service to Oakland Coliseum from its many locations. And the Capitol Corridor train is a comfortable and convenient ride straight to the Coliseum. Additional trains have been added starting May 1. 

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