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The San Francisco Giants are currently sitting pretty as the #1 team in the NL West, however, they will face some fierce competition at Oracle Park for the next two weeks as they go head-to-head with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Houston Astros. Here at NLS Limo, we have an exceptional selection of sporting event transportation options to choose from, so give us a call today and come see the best in the West play!
The cool-as-a-cucumber Chicago Cubs are making their way to the Bay Area this weekend as they take on the scorching hot San Francisco Giants for a four-game stretch starting Thursday at Oracle Park. Here at Nationwide Limousine Service, we have an incredible selection of sporting event transportation vehicles available to our beloved baseball fans, so grab your glove, sit back, relax, and leave the driving to us!
The race to become the best in the West is quickly heating up after a nail biter of a matchup last Wednesday night between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers. After a grinding back-and-forth between the two teams, a buzzer-beating three-pointer sunk by LeBron James served sizzling Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors a devastating loss. And while it’s definitely entertaining to watch two of the best players in basketball go head-to-head, it’d probably be slightly more enjoyable if LeBron James wasn’t sinking the game-winning shot against Golden State. Thankfully our favorite Bay Area team will have a chance for redemption as they face the Memphis Grizzlies at home this weekend, and NLS Limo is ready to take you there in style!
Although many outdoor Bay Area sporting events are slowly returning to normal, many professional teams that rely on an arena are still feeling that “coronavirus crunch” as local authorities are still pretty hesitant to peel back any additional restrictions pertaining to indoor venues. However, as of April 23rd, 2021, the Chase Center in San Francisco was able to warmly welcome a small portion of its adoring fans back into the newly-designed home of the Golden State Warriors.
Although it’s still pretty early in the MLB season, the sizzling San Francisco Giants are currently sporting the second-best record in the NL West as they soar into a three-game series at home against the Colorado Rockies this week. As a local hometown favorite, the SF Giants have been a dominating force in Bay Area baseball for the past decade, and are quickly on their way to winning yet another World Series this October. Here at Nationwide Limousine Service, we have an excellent lineup of luxury sporting event transportation options available to our wonderful baseball fans, so sit back, relax, and leave the driving to us!
After the coronavirus pandemic shortened the original MLB season last year, many baseball fans were left broken-hearted and bummed out about the future of their favorite teams and beloved sport. Fast-forward fifteen months and baseball has finally made its marvelous and much-needed return to the Bay Area. Here at NLS Limo, we have an exceptional selection of sporting event transportation packages to choose from, so put on that favorite team jersey, grab your trusty leather glove and best group of buddies, and call us today!
Spring training is in full swing for Major League Baseball, and while these next-level athletes are preparing for their upcoming 2021-2022 season, our beloved Bay Area baseball fans received some exciting news on Friday, March 5th as Governor Gavin Newsome scaled back coronavirus restrictions for ballparks and outdoor sporting events.
Winter is hard for many reasons. There is the lack of sunshine, for starters, but then one has to deal with the cold and the flu and bad road conditions and the fear that spring and summer will never again return. For many, a key agony of the season is the utter lack of baseball. Sure, there are the taped playoff games from last September, but they just don’t have the same effect that comes from the electric environment that surrounds contemporary games, and they definitely don’t have the added joy of being inside the stadium, smelling the pretzels, drinking a cold beer.
San Francisco 49ers fans are no strangers to disappointment. Ever since 1995, when they won their last Super Bowl, it seems as though to identify oneself as a 49ers fan means to simultaneously identify as someone always getting the short end of the stick. This year, things seem to be changing.
While some deplore the shorter days, the oncoming darkness of winter, the bitter winds that blow across the bay now that October is about to change into November and summer is officially no more than a wistful memory, others of us are feeling our blood begin to stir as once again the chance to experience some memorable sporting events becomes increasingly frequent.