The San Francisco Giants have the luxury of playing at a beautiful ballpark in the middle of one of America’s biggest markets. That kind of exposure has helped the team create a large following of famous fans.
The stars were out during the Giants’ dynasty in the early 2010s, but these diehards have stuck with the team through thick and thin. From the White House to “Full House,” here are some of the biggest celebrity Giants fans:
The Vice President of the United States may reside in Washington, D.C., but her favorite ballclub is in the Bay.
Harris’ fandom was put in question two years ago when she was spotted wearing a Los Angeles Dodgers hat while preparing for a debate, but she only donned the rival’s gear because she didn’t have another hat, according to a spokesperson.
The Oakland native has also shown her support for the Warriors and 49ers.
These guys have been rocking with the Giants for a while now.
The legendary heavy metal band formed in Los Angeles in the 1980s but has been based in San Francisco for years. The group, which features San Francisco natives, has performed the national anthem at a Giants game each of the last eight seasons.
With fans back in the ballpark, Metallica will have the chance to play in front of an audience once again in 2021.
Joe Cool hasn’t always kept his cool when it comes to the Giants.
Former Dodgers player Jerry Hairston Jr. told NBC Sports Bay Area about the time he was getting heckled at Oracle Park, turned around and saw the 49ers legend chirping at him. You can read the full, hilarious story here.
Schneider isn’t about funny business when it comes to his favorite baseball team.
The popular comedian takes the Giants seriously. He sat in a sea of blue at Kauffman Stadium in 2014 to watch the team win its third World Series title in five seasons.
If you want to combine your love for the team and Schneider, he even had his own Giants bobblehead that was distributed at a 2010 home game.
Danny Tanner is a Giants fan in real life, too.
The “Full House” actor famously played a character who raised his family in San Francisco, so naturally he bled orange and black. The admiration is mutual, too.
Sooner or later, maybe the Giants will do a “Fuller House” parody, too.