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Hundreds of counterfeit San Francisco Giants shirts, caps and other souvenir gear has been donated to a relief organization after federal agents seized them from vendors outside AT&T Park during the 2012 World Series, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
You could say that the bust was a bust. Federal agents descended on a sidewalk vendor hawking 49ers Super Bowl merchandise in San Francisco on Monday. Agents suspected the hats, shirts and sweatshirts were counterfeit merchandise.
A judge Tuesday ordered a new psychiatric evaluation for a man suspected of fatally shooting two people at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf in January.
A car carrying San Francisco Giants baseball memorabilia was stolen Monday morning from a Walnut Creek McDonald’s restaurant parking lot, Walnut Creek police said.
Thousands of counterfeit items that were seized during the San Francisco Giants playoff run last year are now headed off to help the children of Haiti.
The Giants’ 11–7 win in Wednesday’s Game 1 of the World Series has only swelled the crowd in the team’s bandwagon, stoking the desire not just for numbered jerseys and commemorative caps.