As baseball season gives way to the Christmas rush, get your signed copy of “Giant Splash” delivered to your doorstep

PLEASE NOTE: At this point, I am no longer able to process orders until after the holidays. If you are still interested in signed copies, by all means please place your order but be advised that books won’t ship until January. Of course, if you were planning to give the book as a holiday gift, you can always purchase it (or the e-book) from Amazon or your local bookseller. I’ll be happy to sign copies if you can catch me at the ballpark. Thanks so much for your interest and support! -AB

The Giants couldn’t beat the odds in 2015, as injuries prevented them from defending their World Series championship. But there’s no understating how many tremendous baseball moments we’ve seen — many of them in October — in 15 seasons at AT&T Park.

They are all collected in “Giant Splash,” which goes behind the scenes while recreating the drama from Matt Cain’s perfect game, Barry Bonds’ 756th home run, Travis Ishikawa’s pennant-clinching shot, the greatest save of J.T. Snow’s career, Tim Lincecum’s electricity and everything in between.

It’s a compendium of memories that any Giants fan would enjoy revisiting, and a perfect primer for anyone who jumped on the bandwagon within the last year or five. And now it’s easier than ever to get your own signed copy, or buy them as gifts for your favorite Giants fans.

Just visit andrewbaggarly.com and click the mail icon in the lower left corner to send me a message along with your mailing address and instructions on an inscription. I’ll reply with a Paypal invoice. Books are $32, which covers postage and mailing supplies.

Thanks for reading!

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