The San Francisco 49ers played their final regular season football game at Candlestick Park Monday against the Atlanta Falcons, but they are not the only team to have great memories there.The San Francisco Giants moved into frigid Candlestick Park in 1960, two seasons after they came to the West Coast from New York. The Giants first played baseball at Seals Stadium before moving to the 'Stick.The Giants now play at beautiful AT&T Park, located on the shores of McCovey Cove on San Francisco Bay, where they had their fair share of great moments -- including two World Series Championship seasons.But some of their greatest moments in franchise history happened at Candlestick Park, a place the Giants called home for 40 years. Here are some top moments at Candlestick Park.1. Oct. 17, 1989 - Earthquake During World SeriesExcitement roared Candlestick Park as the Giants and Oakland A's were preparing for Game 3 of the World Series. Moments before the game, however, the Battle of the Bay was the last thing on people's mind. A 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck the Bay Area at 5:04 p.m. Some parts of the stadium wobbled, but Candlestick continued to stand tall. The game was made up 10 days...