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Thursday, September 6, 2012

20 Best Star Wars Costumes at the Giants Game

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Day games in September are notoriously unattended -- the kids are back in school, (who skips class to go to the ol' ballpark in 2012? Nobody.) the kids who do go often get in for free, and yes, there are themes!

The Giants' Star Wars Day at AT&T Park on Monday was the latest in a long tradition of getting asses into the seats. One can only hope for a Dubstep Demolition Night sometime soon.

Below are the 20 best costumes spotted by photographer Christopher Victorio. For the full gallery, go here: SF Giants Star Wars Day @ AT&T Park

20. Starting off our list, this father-son (?) duo who both, despite their masks, seem like they could really choke us out. Do not mess with this Dark Side crew.

19. If Darth Vader were to ever don a Giants hat (although he seems more like an Oakland fan: old, dirty, an early reliance on computer-generated data) he miiiiight look like the gentleman on the left.
18. It's just a Darth Maul mask. Kudos to matching his T-shirt though.
17. Group effort.
16. Taking just the person second from the right, donning that latex mask all day gets him or her to the 16th spot.

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