BART is the best way to get to A's and Giants games

Since interleague play began, The A's and Giants have played each other in more than 100 regular season games. Photo courtesy of The Athletic.

This year, both the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants are in contention for the post season, and BART is the easiest and most convenient way to get to the games. Ditch the traffic, skip the parking hassles and arrive to the ballpark ready to root for the home team. BART is now running until midnight from Monday-Saturday and until 9pm on Sunday so you'll have plenty of time to catch a train after the game.

Editor's Note: Please wear a mask while riding BART. Before you travel, use our Trip Planner to get estimated arrival and departure times. Learn what to expect when you return to BART here.

Oakland | RingCentral Coliseum

Getting to RingCentral Coliseum to see the A's is simple: exit the Coliseum Station and walk across the pedestrian foot bridge to the ballpark. It's just a five-minute walk. For more information, visit the RingCentral Coliseum website.

San Francisco | Oracle Park

For Giants games at Oracle Park, take BART to Embarcadero or Montgomery St station and walk or transfer to Muni Metro.

Walking to Oracle Park

From Embarcadero, exit toward the Ferry Building, and turn right at the base of Market Street at The Embarcadero. Enjoy a 20-minute walk with panoramic views of the Bay Bridge, downtown San Francisco and beyond.

From Montgomery St, take 2nd Street all the way to the ballpark. The 20-minute walk dead ends at Oracle Park.

Transferring to Muni

Ride BART to Embarcadero or Montgomery St stations and transfer to Muni Metro N-Judah or T-Third lines on game days. 

For more information, visit the Giants' website