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    Giants' title earns congrats from Obama

    On Tuesday, a day after the Giants won their first title since 1954 and their first since moving to San Francisco, President Barack Obama called the organization to offer his congratulations and recalled the excitement he felt five years ago. More >

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    Alumni applaud World Series victory

    Though so many Giants greats were denied the championship ring that the 2010 club earned with its five-game victory over the Texas Rangers in the 106th World Series, those that were contacted reacted to the team's achievement with unbridled enthusiasm. More >

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    Giants' victory parade set for Wednesday

    The parade route taken when the Giants were welcomed to The City by the Bay will be used once again, this time when the World Series trophy is welcomed to City Hall. The festivities kick off at 11 a.m. PT Wednesday, starting at the intersection of Montgomery and Washington streets. More >

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    Draft and develop: Giants set example for all

    The Giants' core is homegrown and superb. And it's that fact that should provide hope to every club throughout baseball -- if you draft and develop well, look at the rewards you can reap. More >

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    Bochy backbone behind Giants' success

    Bruce Bochy's steadying influence, along with his managerial acumen, furthered the Giants' successful bid for their first World Series title in San Francisco history on Monday night. More >

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    Fans flock to AT&T Park to continue celebration

    The scene early Tuesday afternoon at AT&T Park was calmer than it had been the previous night, but less than 24 hours after the Giants won the World Series, Giants fans and San Franciscans still were basking in their new title of world champions. More >

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    Giants make quick work of history

    The 2010 Giants season was defined by nail-biting moments and an expectation of things being as difficult as possible, but when it came time to clinch the ultimate prize, it was a surgical and swift end. More >

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    Texas beat Nov 1, 2010

    Texas beat Nov. 1, 2010 More >

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    Fans: Y'all made us proud this year

    As the visiting Giants celebrated in the middle of the field at Rangers Ballpark, a crestfallen crowd began the chant: "LET'S GO, RANGERS! LET'S GO, RANGERS!" More >

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    Renteria's bat among Hall-bound artifacts

    The Giants' first World Series title since the franchise moved to San Francisco in 1958 was earned in historic fashion on Monday night with a 3-1 win over the Texas Rangers, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., has already come calling. More >

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    2010 World Series by the numbers

    In this special, champagne-soaked edition of By The Numbers, we count down the 56 reasons the Giants are once again the World Series champions. More >

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    Giants win the Series! Giants win the Series!

    A rare mix of veteran rejects and budding stars completed an unlikely ascent to the Major League summit Monday night, as the Giants made franchise history with a 3-1 triumph over the Rangers in Game 5 of the World Series, ignoring their underdog status to capture the 106th Fall Classic, four games to one. More >

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    East Coast roots bloom into West Coast champs

    The World Series victory by the Giants on Monday night at Rangers Ballpark didn't fall far from the Yankees family tree. More >

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    Giants leave Series with respect for Rangers

    After Monday's 3-1 victory nailed down their first Series title since the franchise was in New York in 1954, the Giants paid plenty of respect to the runnerup Rangers. More >

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    Unheralded bats key to Giants' triumph

    The Giants rode superb homegrown pitching to their first World Series title in San Francisco, but don't shortchange their hitting. The weak link of this juggernaut, people said? Forget it. More >

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    Giants bask in championship glory

    The Giants' collection of "misfits" and second-chancers basked in the glory of San Francisco's first World Series title after Monday's 3-1 win. More >

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    Rowand reigns again, ends another drought

    For the second time in five years, Aaron Rowand found himself standing in a visitor's clubhouse in the "Lone Star State," soaked in champagne and trying to put to words what it meant to win a World Series title. More >

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    Front office revels in end to title drought

    Bill Neukom was in the middle of an earnest discussion about how the Giants would strive to remain atop the Major Leagues' elite. He was interrupted by infielder Juan Uribe, who playfully doused him with beer. More >

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    As spectator, Zito joins in Giants' celebration

    No matter what you might say about Barry Zito's contract or the regression in results or his plethora of idiosyncrasies, Zito was willingly taking ownership of a piece of the Giants' World Series championship. More >

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    Title journey: And the sun shines on the Bay!

    Less than a half-hour after the Giants clinched the World Series with a 3-1 victory over the Rangers in Texas in Game 5, the corner surrounding AT&T Park was locked down and designated for one thing: celebrating. More >