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Right after the SF Giants won the 2014 World Series, I tweeted the following:
No victory parade in SF; Giants watch Royals parade around bases, force World Series to Game 7
After the San Francisco Giants won the World Series on Wednesday, WWE superstar Daniel Bryan celebrated that Giants victory in a way that only he could. On October 6, WWE superstar Daniel Bryan appeared at AT&T Park to kick off Game 3 of the National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals. Bryan, who is WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan Celebrates SF Giants World Series Victory is an ...
Thousands of San Francisco Giants fans lined up in the wee hours of Friday morning to watch the World Series victory parade.
San Francisco's Muni has tallied up the damage totals for vandalism done the night the Giants won the World Series. It turns out it wasn't as bad as last time, but officials say it’s still a black eye on the city.
San Francisco — Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner delivered another dominant World Series display Sunday as San Francisco beat Kansas City, 5-0, to move within one game of winning Major League Baseball’s championship showcase. The Giants took a commanding three-games-to-two lead in the best-of-seven series, and can wrap up their third title in five years when the 110th World Series shifts to ...
Alvin Dark, a player and manager on World Series champions who sparked perhaps the most famous rally in baseball history, died Thursday.
Matt Duffy is the second Lakewood Lancer to win the World Series in as many years and the second Long Beach State Dirtbag alumnus to play and win the World Series.
Neither cold wind nor driving rain was going to stop the love fest between the 2014 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants and the million or so fans that lined Market Street last October 31 for the traditional victory parade.
The World Series trophy is back in San Francisco after a thrilling World Series win. CEO Larry Baer showed off the World Series trophy to adoring fans who gathered at AT&T Park to welcome the returning champs.
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