SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Former San Francisco Giants owner Peter Magowan is being remembered as a legend in the Bay Area. He died Sunday after a battle with cancer.
Magowan's legacy includes helping keep the Giants in San Francisco, building a privately-funded ballpark at China Basin, and signing Barry Bonds-- but he's done even more than that.
Magowan formed Junior Giants, a free baseball league serving more than 25,000 kids in 90 leagues. All the equipment is donated so the kids can focus on the game of baseball.
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Magowan also created "Until There's A Cure" Day. His team was the first to dedicate an annual game to fight against HIV/AIDS back in 1994. It's been 25 years and the team and its partners have raised more than $2 million.
Reggie breaks the usual quirky format of "I Know Sports" to deliver an honest message about a person who constantly pushed boundaries.
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Reggie Knows Sports: Peter Magowan's legacy goes beyond the baseball field
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