First and foremost, I'm just extremely glad that my presence at the ballpark for such an important game did not contribute to a defeat.
Also, I'm glad it was not a close game. The Giants employed the tried and true strategy of "score early and score often" to great effect, and Lincecum was wonderful. (For more about this see adjacent article by JC Parsons, my bro)
I was underwhelmed by the ambiance of the ballpark. It is like Raley Field on steroids. Our seats were far from ideal, chosen to accomodate my 3 and a half year old grandson. So we were in the sandbox bleachers. We could see exactly none of left field.
I have nothing to say about the food. My frugal daughter Sarah packed a picnic. The plastic bottle of MGD beer I purchased was quite adequate.
An odd item to report is that there were so many Giants fans present it was hard to tell if something good or bad was happening to the Puds. For example, apparently late in the game the SD centerfielder made an error. I had to deduce this from subsequent action, and it certainly was not the type of thing they like to replay on the Jumbotron. Nonetheless, the crowd sounded delirious with joy.