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Best Giants Mural 

Vamos Gigantes!

3449 19th St.
If you only see one Giants mural in your lifetime, this is the one — a towering spectacle on the upper reaches of a PG&E substation that was painted by Mission District artists associated with Precita Eyes Muralists. The mural, which went up in 2007, beautifully depicts the baseball team’s history, with all the stadiums and all the key figures, including Orlando Cepeda, Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Gaylord Perry, and the Alou brothers. “Vamos Gigantes” means “Go Giants” in Spanish. Like the team itself when it plays at a high level, this mural is inspiring to witness firsthand.

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