San Francisco Giants launch 'Fan Cutout Program' to fill empty stands during home games

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- You can appear at the next San Francisco Giants game, or at least a version of you can be there.

The team is launching a "Fan Cutout Program" to make Oracle Park feel a little more normal during a season without fans in the stands.

Season ticket holders got invitations Thursday to send in a picture of themselves to be made into cutouts to make up for the fact that they won't be able to attend games in person due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The cutouts will be placed near their seats, for free, during home games.

Any other Giants fans, without season tickets, can have their cutout made for $99, according to ESPN.
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