Tuesday, October 30, 2012


For the last couple of weeks I've been keeping busy with who knows what, but every other day or so I think, I really should do a quick blog post about this or that. One of the things that's been keeping me occupied is Giants Baseball. If you know me even a little bit, you know that I'm not a sports enthusiast, however living in San Francisco for the past 2 years and living close to the ballpark has made me a Giants fan for life.

Sunday night, the last day of the World Series, Jimmy and I went to the Civic Center where they put up a huge screen and broadcast the game. Over 10,000 people were there watching Game 4 against Detroit. The Giants won in the 10th inning, sweeping the series, and the whole City and Bay Area erupted. Here's a quick video of miscellaneous shots I took that night.

Tomorrow is their victory parade. Of course I'll be there.


Shammickite said...

I was watching that 4th game on the telly that night and saw all those people in SF watching the big screen.... I thought I saw you and Jimmy there in the crowd but it was dark and I couldn't be sure!!!!!!
Congratulations to the Giants.... but I wish the Tigers had won at least one game, it must feel bad to lose in 4 straight games.
Did you know it's 20 years ago this month that Toronto Blue Jays won the W Series for the first time and then won again the following year. Yay Jays!!! They've done nothing since!!!!

Photo Cache said...

pictures please. i didn't go this time. i went in 2010.