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Giants fans of all ages flock to San Francisco for championship parade

SAN FRANCISCO: Young Giants fan catches the magic in his hat along Market Street during the Giants parade yesterday. More than one million fans lined the streets of San Francisco to cheer on the World Series champions on Halloween.

Austin Poore, Feature Editor

November 1, 2012

An estimated one million fans flocked to downtown San Francisco on Halloween to help celebrate the Giants’ World Series Championship. The team paraded down Market Street before ending up at the Civic Center for a ceremony where many of the players, members of the front office and San Francisco may...

Interconnectivity: How self-centered and oblivious athletes negatively affect those around them

Interconnectivity: How self-centered and oblivious athletes negatively affect those around them

Jonny Glazier, Columnist

August 22, 2012

If you've ever had the pleasure of taking AP Environmental Science with Mr. Scott, you know that no action is isolated; everything affects its surroundings, and vice versa. In the wake of the 50-game suspensions handed down to Bartolo Colon and Melky Cabrera, we see this statement put into perhaps...

The 49ers Breese by the Saints

David Akers takes some practice field goals to warm up for todays game. Akers scored 12 points for the niners in today's game.

Sammy Solomon, Staff Writer

January 15, 2012

“Alex Smith has no chance of beating Drew Brees” is all we’ve heard on the radio for the past week. However, the forecast in San Francisco this afternoon was not as BREESy as expected.The Niners fans, decked out in red and gold, flooded the stadium gates at Candlestick park, roaring in ant...

Column: Until the Last Pitch

Huang will be presented the award at AT&T Park on August 15. (Photo by Amanda Rykoff)

Jacob Lauing, Business Manager/Staff Writer

September 8, 2011

“The San Francisco Giants are ruining my life.” “The Giants are officially done. They have NO offense.” “I’m telling you, dude, this season is over.” This is what I have to deal with every day. Whether it is a Facebook status, a text from a friend or even my dad yelling at the...

2011: A Giant Year

Six months later, The Giants had an epic thrill-ride of a 2010 season. Expect another amazing six months of San Francisco baseball. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons.

Jacob Lauing, Staff Writer

March 29, 2011

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time again. Put those snowboards and overcoats back in storage and bust out your fake beards and foam fingers, because on March 31st, players and fans alike will embark on the six-month roller coaster ride that we call baseball season. Filled with epic victories,...

The Last Straw

The Last Straw

Michael Cullen, Columnist

March 11, 2011

Seriously guys, the bandwagon will not be able to move if anyone else gets on. This is the greatest time of year for sports, hands down. Not only is there 40+ hours of football airing from Saturday morning to Sunday night, but the World Series has just finished, while the NHL and NBA seasons are only...

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