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Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California, is the home of NFL's San Francisco 49ers since 1971. Originally, Candlestick Park was the home of baseball's major league team, the San Francisco Giants, from 1960 until around 2000 when their new stadium was available. This outdoor stadium sits on Candlestick Point on San Francisco Bay's west shoreline. Natural blue grass covers the playing field in the stadium, and ballplayers must deal with unusually high winds powering up through The Bay. Covering the stadium in winter during the 1971-1972 seasons only partially held back the winds, and it hid the view of The Bay. When constructed, the stadium was the first ballpark that was made completely from concrete, and right before Game Three of the World Series in October 17, 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake hit, but no one was hurt inside and the stadium only had minor structural damage.


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