With high hopes of the Giants winning the World Series for the third even-numbered year in five years and a roller coaster of a season, fans in the Mission are remembering what happened the last time the neighborhood celebrated a victory like this. Despite the SFPD’s precautionary measures to prevent Giants madness (including taking away trash cans), neighbors are predicting...
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the police department has made another arrest in the widespread vandalism following the Giants’ World Series win on Oct. 28. According to the Chronicle, Adam Diaz, 24, of Oakland, was arrested in Lafayette at about 11 a.m. yesterday on suspicion of damaging a Muni bus that was eventually set ablaze near Third and Market.
Lo que comenzó como una celebración de la victoria de los Gigantes de San Francisco contra los Tigres de Detroit (4-3) por la Serie Mundial se convirtió rápidamente en un completo desorden en la Misión. Poco después de que el lanzador de los Gigantes Sergio Romo le lanzó una bola rápida a Miguel Cabrera de los Detroit para terminar la...
What started as a celebration of the San Francisco Giants’ 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers Sunday night to win the World Series quickly turned into absolute mayhem in the Mission. Shortly after Giants pitcher Sergio Romo threw a fastball past Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera to end the extra-innings game, Mission bars emptied out and fans went crazy. They wore mostly...
As the sky opened up last night, it was difficult at first to distinguish the concussion of raindrops hitting Mission Street from the rumble of Giants fans pouring out of the nearby bars onto 29th Street to celebrate the Giants’ dominating win over the St. Louis Cardinals. The sounds of victory were soon clearly heard, however, as drivers honked their...
And one Ranger, as well. En Español
BART and Caltrain experience delays as crowds of people celebrate the World Series victory.
After the Giants claimed the World Series, the crowds poured from the bars near 16th and Valencia, where an old-fashioned street party quickly ensued.
Mayhem erupts on Mission Street
The Transamerica Pyramid peaked with a radiant orb and Coit Tower stood bathed in orange light.
Nine of the Giants are from the Caribbean region or Latin America.
The television cameras catch Madison Bumgarner yawning in the dugout. Had there been television cameras in our house, they would have seen the same from the dog and me.
Anyone can see the World Series for free. All you've got to do is wait. En Español
Gestalt Haus, the Double Play and photos from the Street.
The party on the banks of Mission Creek begins bouncing off the rocks, as thousands of fans who can’t pay thousands of dollars to get into the ballpark have come outside to cheer the Giants.