The San Francisco Giants are partnering with the Palo Alto-based firm Jaunt this year to provide fans with a virtual reality experience that includes time on the field for spring training at Scottsdale Stadium and in the batting cages, a virtual press conference and a ride in the car with relief pitcher Sergio Romo. The system will be available at AT&T Park’s social media center, the @Cafe. The team also announced an expansion of the ballpark’s Wi-Fi system, giving it 1,628 access points, the most of any MLB facility. The team’s Wi-Fi system delivered more than 100 terabytes of data to fans last season.
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