The Giants arrived at their ballpark in San Francisco on Monday afternoon to a crowd of hundreds of fans thrilled by having a second World Series championship in three seasons.
Fans who were lined up along Second Street erupted in cheers as the buses turned in to the alleyway, and some fans even climbed the gates at the park to try and get a closer look at the players.
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After getting off the bus, series MVP Pablo Sandoval grabbed the World Series trophy and ran back down the alley parading it in front of the fans.
Sandoval then passed the trophy off to Sergio Romo, who pitched the final outs of Sunday’s 10-inning 4-3 victory over the Tigers in Detroit. Romo followed suit, displaying the trophy proudly to the throngs of supporters.
Outfielder Hunter Pence and starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong also came out to greet the fans with high-fives and handshakes.