Giants Fans, Players Celebrate Another World Series Championship With Downtown Parade, Civic Center Rally
San Francisco became the Valley of the Giants for the third time in five years Friday as hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets for a confetti and rain-soaked parade honoring the city’s World Series champions.
Barry Bonds, the man who was once the center of the baseball world as he chased baseball’s most sacred records in a Giants uniform is apparently all the way back from steroid purgatory, at least as far as the San Francisco Giants are concerned.
Hunter Pence is a repeat champion, but he just got something that could be every bit as meaningful as his World Series ring: a title belt.
Some are calling the San Francisco Giants a dynasty, others are saying they’ve been lucky to pull off three World Series victories in five seasons. Either way, bookies don’t see the success continuing next year.
The latest computer model forecast Thursday night has delayed the start of the heaviest rain to mid-morning Friday in San Francisco. Previous computer models predicted the front would pass earlier in the morning.
Unruly World Series Revelers Vandalize San Francisco Nonprofit, Cause Thousands Of Dollars In Damage
Smack in the middle of San Francisco’s Mission district where thousands of Giants fans took to the streets following a World Series victory last night, vandals among the celebrants attacked a nonprofit neighborhood center.
A confluence of events will create what could be one of the more memorable days in San Francisco in recent history on Friday.
Would a Giants fan be caught dead in Oriole’s Orange? Look out, because you may not be quite orange enough to properly represent your team.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner once again defied expectations and left a lasting impression by apparently chugging just one single beer during the locker room celebration following the team’s World Series win Tuesday.
It’s shameful that three police officers had to be hospitalized because of attacks during the impromptu street parties after the Giants World Series win on Wednesday, said Police Chief Greg Suhr.