The Giants plan to apologize to Adam Jones and the Baltimore Orioles as the team continues to investigate an incident Sunday in which a fan apparently threw a banana at the All-Star outfielder.
"We have a zero tolerance policy for incidents like these and any fan caught throwing objects will be ejected from the ballpark," spokeswoman Staci Slaughter said Monday morning.
Jones tweeted after Sunday's game that a fan threw a banana at him during the ninth inning of the Orioles 10-2 victory at AT&T Park. He later added via Twitter: "I love how some ppl are defending the actions by someone today. Shows how u really are also. All good wit me. I just #StayHungry."
Jorge Costa, the Giants' senior vice president of ballparks operations, sent a text to the San Francisco Chronicle saying that the AT&T command post was reviewing surveillance footage.
In an interview Monday morning, Slaughter said no formal complaint had been filed but added that the Giants were in the process of investigating "exactly what happened."