Jim Broedlow, a lifelong San Francisco Giants Fan and Oakdale resident, was one of six Giants season ticket holders given the honor of carrying the 2012 World Series Championship banner from the port walk beyond the right-centerfield wall at AT&T Park to a group of Giants players on the field as part of the Opening Day pre-game flag-raising ceremony.  Jim has been a Giants season ticket holder for over 40 years.
Jim Broedlow, a lifelong San Francisco Giants Fan and Oakdale resident, was one of six Giants season ticket holders given the honor of carrying the 2012 World Series Championship banner from the port walk beyond the right-centerfield wall at AT&T Park to a group of Giants players on the field as part of the Opening Day pre-game flag-raising ceremony. Jim has been a Giants season ticket holder for over 40 years. Comcast
Jim Broedlow, a lifelong San Francisco Giants Fan and Oakdale resident, was one of six Giants season ticket holders given the honor of carrying the 2012 World Series Championship banner from the port walk beyond the right-centerfield wall at AT&T Park to a group of Giants players on the field as part of the Opening Day pre-game flag-raising ceremony. Jim has been a Giants season ticket holder for over 40 years. Comcast

Oakdale man participates in San Francisco Giants' opening day ceremony

April 05, 2013 06:29 PM

UPDATED June 29, 2013 11:25 PM

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